How to draw a dynamic team of superheroes

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Leaving the central point of the illustration clear of important elements means that the focus isn’t placed on a single character

When planning how to draw a well-balanced group image, you should show the various characters in an effective manner, and emphasise their characteristics and dynamic nature. The figures in the foreground will clearly have more prominence, but they can't all be in the foreground. I've found that a useful way to show them is to use a view that's slightly from above, which especially suits a portrait-format image.

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