How to Draw Blastus

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STEP 1. Alright, I'm no rocket scientist, but when it comes to drawing a whole character, you'll need to level with the basic shapes. Here as you can see, there are a few recognizable shapes. First and far most, start off with drawing the large circular base for the body. Once completed, sketch out the guides for the head and legs. Notice how the leg guides are more rectangular than the rest. Try not to stress yourself by making these shapes perfect, that's a HUGE mistake when drawing them. You don't want to spend too much time on one process. For a huge tip, use a blue pencil that is easy to erase for the guides. Later on, you'll be able to realize what guides to erase.   STEP 2. Next, let's get the bulk of the character down packed. Start off with drawing the head and then the body base. Drawing from hereon will be MUCH easier. Finish by drawing the legs contained inside the leg guides.   STEP 3. Then, work on the other bulk of the body. Start drawing the goggle-like eyes and then the chest area. When you draw the chest area first, you'll be able to evaluate the placement for the stomach detailing. Finish by drawing the rest of the limbs. Take your time, once you get to the point of rushing, you're bound to mess up.   STEP 4. Next, take your patience and use it at will! Draw extra details that will shape up Blastus quite efficiently. Take care when drawing the details for the stomach area, the lines are quite curvy, and by drawing slowly on curves, you'll make curves VERY wavy. Draw curves swiftly for better ones.   STEP 5. Lastly, finish up on final details; mostly the smaller bolts.   STEP 6. Aha! Here you have the finish drawing. Yours should resemble this to know you've drawn it right. Erase your guidelines that were denoted in the 'grey' color previously in 'Step 1.'. I hope you like your new drawing! Remember, practice, practice, practice! It's all it takes.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6.