Spider-Man. 2010. Ink and watercolor on bristol board, 11 × 17″.
Despite having a few less webs, this is fairly close to my typical Spidey drawing. As noted previously, the main differences in this younger version have to do with proportion—the head, hands, and feet are all slightly larger, but the overall anatomy wasn't altered. For the show, they ended up removing the webbing from the arm altogether, a decision that probably saved countless animation hours.
The whole exercise proved very useful in my own work, since I typically don't do character studies that are this refined. Now I often refer to this image when I draw Spidey (especially for the webbing, which can be tricky).
And thus concludes 2 straight weeks of animated Spidey goodness. I hope you've enjoyed the behind-the-scenes peek. I've included links to the other studies below. Have a great weekend!
Old Spidey Sketch
A Copy of a Copy