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How to Draw Banjo

Artist: Dawn / August 22, 2008
How to Draw Banjo

Step 1.

In this first step you will begin drawing out the guidelines and shapes for Banjo. Start with a medium sized circle with two smaller circle shapes off to the right side. After that you will then draw the shapes of his arms, torso, and the lower porti   

Step 2.

Now in this step you will start drawing out the shape of his face and lower part of his jaw. You will do this by making the sketch lines look like fur. Give him the lining for his slightly opened mouth and two nostrils for his nose. Next thing to do    

Step 3.

As you can see by the time you are done with this step Banjo will start looking like himself. You will draw out, shape and detail the top part of his head by making his fur bangs and ears. Now make a line that separates the nose and mouth from his fa   

Step 4.

In this last step you will color in his pupils and draw a line for his eyes. After that finish off the belt and detail his hands a bit more. You are ready to erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 5.

After you are done your Banjo should come out looking like this. Awesome huh? Now that yo are done you can color him in and label him as a finished drawing. You have just completed this tutorial on how to draw Banjo from Banjo-Kazooie step by step.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 22, 2008
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Description: Hello people welcome to Dragoart.com. Today I figured that it was time for some simple easy to draw tutorials. There is a character from a very popular game that I once loved as a kid. I would play this game for hours on end sometimes until the next morning. In this tutorial I am going to show you how to draw Banjo from Banjo-Kazooie. Who is Banjo you ask? Well Banjo is a bear that is accompanied by his partner Kazooie who happens to be a bird that is often seen riding on the back of Banjo throughout the game. The two of them embark on a journey to rescue Banjo’s sister Tooty. Tooty was kidnapped by the nasty evil Gruntilda. This villain is by far a wicked character that happens to be a witch. Although in many games every villain is designed to exceed in appearance like have an extra head or a phenomenal power that makes them different from the norm. Not Gruntilda though. The game designers really made her look like your typical Halloween witch. She has green colored skin with a long pointed chin and nose. She wears a classic black witch’s hat and robe. She also rides a broomstick, and she even has a few warts on her face as well. It is Banjo and Kazooies job to defeat the mean old witch and bring Tooty home safely. Although Banjo is a bear, he is not just your typical brown or black bear. He is in fact a rare anthropomorphic brown honey bear. His appearance is rather simple because all he wears is a pair of bright colored yellow trunks with a belt that has a lot of slack. He runs around barefooted and he also has a big black nose. As for Kazooie, she is a rare Red Crested Breegullas that is one of the main characters in the Banjo-Kazooie game series. The game first came out in 1998 for the Nintendo 64 and has taken off since. The first time I ever played that game I was immediately hooked. In this tutorial I show you an easy way to draw Banjo step by step. There are only four steps for drawing and the last fifth step is for coloring. I hope you have fun with this one and I will be back with another tutorial for your drawing pleasure. Peace out.