Description: What the heck, I might as well upload what you guys really want instead of saving the best for last. Over and over again all I read was how so many folks wanted another zombie character from the Mario series and like always I have to relay with an effective response. So here he is in a bloody mess, a tutorial on the very big boss or monster that we all love to hate, "how to draw zombie Bowser", step by step. You might end up seeing a different version of this zombie figure later in the day, or in a couple of days. I’m actually going to take the suggestion of my younger brother, and tweak this version of Zombie Bowser to look even cooler. I had so much fun drawing him Live yesterday and I think that everyone that joined us all, had an epic adventure too. I want to thank you for all the awesome suggestions and ideas when I was drawing zombie Bowser, and for suture lessons. I’m going to place this submission in the intermediate complexity level only because this drawing has a lot of detailing and additional feature. I guess that’s it for this description I should just shut up and let you guys get busy. I will be back with four more tutorials and don’t forget to stick around and wait to see what they are going to be. Adios mi amigos and peace out!
Description: I'm going to be honest, the first step is probably the easiest of them all. Draw one large circle for the body, and then draw in one smaller shape for the head. Add the face guides and your done.
Description: Slowly start sketching out Bowser's snout and mouth. A lot of the skin from the muzzle is torn or ripped off which is why the edging is jagged. The mouth tips should be pointed, and there should also be some grooves and wrinkles.
Description: Draw in the top of the head which is a bunch of spiked hair. Draw in the shape of the head and then draw the small horns. Sketch out eyebrows and the eyes. AS you can see there is a lot of points and sharp edges.
Description: Now that the head is all drawn in, you can begin sketching out the bulbous shell and all of the spikes. Draw the comb like squares on the shell as well as the trim or border around the spikes.
Description: Draw the actual lining for the shell's border or trim, and then draw out the decrepit arm, claw or hand, and then draw in the spiked bracelet. Make the sleeves at the shoulder and then draw the padded chest. The last thing you have to do is sketch in the gashes on the arms, and some of the muscle exposed tissue. Sketch in skin detailing and move on.
Description: The lining should look as good as the lines you see here. Unless of course you are using pencil, pen, or marker. Color him in and your hard work is done. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial folks.
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