|Date Added: August 12, 2011|
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Description: I may have mentioned what the series ‘Blue Exorcist’ is about with the tutorial I submitted on Rin. Today I will be showing you "how to draw Blue Exorcist" in the form of letters, and along with the tutorial, I will try and explain what the series is about a whole lot better than I did before. To make things short and sweet, Blue Exorcist follows the life of a young teenager named Rin Okumura. As the boy grew, it was clear that he had this unexplained abnormal strength and stamina that no other boy had. Rin was raised by Father Shiro Fujimoto, and along with the good Father, he also had a twin brother named Yukio. As the two get older they both take different paths. Rin’s younger brother goes off to school to take up the studies at True Cross Academy, and Rin stays behind to learn that he and his brother are the sons of the most powerful demon in the world, Satan. The explanation as to how Rin is so strong and powerful is evident, and when he witnesses the death of Father Shiro, Rin fills up with anger and wants to retaliate for his loss. Rin embarks on a journey to do something that he thought he would never do. As he readies himself, he also takes the Kurikara with him. The Kurikara is a sword that only has one purpose, to slay demons. By possessing the blade, Rin’s demon powers are restrained, and the only thing that shows what Rin is, are the demon like features he obtains like the pointed elven like ears, the fangs on his teeth, a tail, and most importantly, the ability to set himself up in an inferno of blue flames that can demolish anything it touches. Rin was a pretty cool character to draw, and even though I stink at making letters on my tablet, I still went ahead to make a lesson on "how to draw Blue Exorcist". Have fun guys, and if you’re familiar with this anime/manga, let others know if it’s worth checking out.