How to Draw Bowser

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STEP 1. In this first step what you will do is begin drawing out the guidelines and shapes to form what you call a frame for Bowser. All the guidelines are going to be half shapes. They are what you call lines of position. What you will want to do first is draw out the shape of the top of his head and then his cheeks. Now add the facial guidelines and the shape of his torso which looks like an egg with no top. Now you can start shaping out and drawing the guidelines for his arms and hands along with his legs.   STEP 2. First, let's draw the outer shape of Bowser's mouth since this is where most of the details will be planted around. Make sure that you draw equal shapes for each side of his mouth. It almost looks like the wings of a butterfly; try not to overwork yourself and move slow.   STEP 3. It's time to move onto drawing the top part of Bowser's head. First, we move from eye to eye, brow to brow. After you've drawn that, work on the horns and the hairline for his lovely Mohawk!   STEP 4. Finish off the mohawk by adding seperate whims of hair with tapered edges, and then fill in the eyes. Take your time, no need to rush! Let's start working on his mouth which should first be shaped by two curves that form a "W" or upside down "3". Draw the required lines to finally form the mouth.   STEP 5. Lastly, fill in with three fangs and the tongue line.   STEP 6. Now, it's time to work on the shell and shell horns. Don't forget to draw beneath the shell lip, the spiked bracers that makes Bowser so epic!   STEP 7. Then, starting with the arm base, work each outer frame for each bracer, Once you get to that part, work on the hands. In this case, Bowser ONLY has four writhing fingers, which make him look even more fierce. Keep them sharp looking!   STEP 8. It's time to work on extra details and his separated underbelly. Take your time!   STEP 9. Lastly, work on the legs, leg by leg. Don't forget to detail the claws later on with thin line weights.   STEP 10. That's it your done. How'd he come out? I know he came out good. Well all you need to do is color him in and put him along side Mario, Luigi, and Peach. That completes this tutorial on how to draw Bowser from Mario Bros. I hope you had a butt load of fun. Peace out people.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10.