But, Chris Riehl, a newer reader, needs a Super Hero for her great nephew. I'm a sucker for little kids plus I love requests that aren't TOO specific. The Inspiration Fairy works best with a little "wiggle room".
I googled "super heroes" and the Spiderman pose looked the most do-able. I didn't draw on the web lines but I think the shapes came out pretty accurate. So here ya go...
EDIT: Try faux alligator for your "fabric" web lines - see Kris's post HERESpidy How To:
Head - wide oval inserted into 1 3/8 circle to snip off just a bit - turn punch upside down - you are inserting just the end of the wide oval through the circle opening and just catching the end in the punch to snip off - attached to body on dimensionals
Eyes - wing from Two Step Bird
Body - full heart with wide oval at shoulders
Arms - large oval, small oval
Hands - modern label shortened by small oval - one hand has slot thumb
Legs - large oval, small oval
Boot - Full heart trimmed (heck, I cut so much you might as well just free hand them)
Notice the hand with the thumb is positioned wrist up - so he can shoot out his web. I may not read comic books but I saw the movie - I know a few details.
This is the first hand I have ever been really really happy with. Modern label may show up as hands in future characters. I like it!
THEN I realized I could use old spidy as a base for a request I have gotten multiple times. This is gonna make several ladies happy, but you have to come back for my next post to see what one of my top requested punch art charcters might be.