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Published April 8, 2020

How to Draw Wolverine with Todd Nauck

Missed yesterday's livestream with Todd Nauck? Watch the whole video now!

Marvel has another terrific tutorial for everyone with pencils at the ready! This week, follow along with prolific artist Todd Nauck -- who has provided art for a slew of super stories like SPIDER-MAN, DEADPOOL, NIGHTCRAWLER, GWEN STACY, as well as a vault of variant covers -- as he shows Marvel fans how to draw the ol' Canucklehead himself, Wolverine!

Nauck talks about his favorite versions of the famous member of the X-Men, and in this video, he whips up a Wolvie that's both classic and tough -- and a stout but strong five-foot-three!

Wolverine first wielded his claws in INCREDIBLE HULK #181, which you can read on Marvel Unlimited!

Incredible Hulk (1962) #181

Incredible Hulk (1962) #181

What is Marvel Unlimited?

You can find even more Wolverine stories on Marvel Unlimited and see where the decades have taken this powerful, rough-and-tumble, regenerating mutant!

If you enjoyed this how-to-draw video, make sure to check out the previous editions: How to Draw Groot and How to Draw Spider-Man, both with Marvel Creative Director of Themed Entertainment Brian Crosby!

There's even more to come on Marvel.com, so tune in to any of Marvel's social sites -- Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter -- for the latest!

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