How to Draw Bowser Easy

Artist: Dawn / March 26, 2012

Step 1.

I will try to explain these steps simply for you guys ok? Start by making a circle for the head and then lightly sketch in your facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Begin drawing the bottom portion of Bowser's face which will house his nose, and mouth as well as his cheeks and chin. Notice how there seems to be five rounded humps, this is for the cheeks, nose, and chin.

Step 3.

Draw in the mouth like so, and then add two lines for the nostrils. The lips are W shaped.

Step 4.

ll you have to do here is draw in four fangs that Bowser has inside of his mouth. Two on the upper jaw, and two on the bottom jaw. Next, draw in the tongue like so.

Step 5.

Draw in the bushy eyebrows making sure that the ends have three points each, and then sketch in the crinkle between the eyes.

Step 6.

Next, you will now draw the eye shapes, and when you do this make sure the bottom lining for the eyes is arched slightly for the cheeks. Color in the pupils too.

Step 7.

Now you can draw the sides of his head, as well as the top of his head. When that is done draw in his mohawk hairdo, and the spouts where his horns will be drawn.

Step 8.

Lastly, draw in the horns, and add some detailing to them as well. You can start cleaning up the drawing.

Step 9.

Here is Bowser drawn in front view, now lets tackle him from a side view style. Oh by the way, great job!

Step 10.

Again, draw a circle.

Step 11.

Next, slowly draw out the muzzle, jaw structure, and rounded cheek like so.

Step 12.

Since he has a larger smile in this view, we will draw in five fangs instead of the four. Once the teeth are drawn in, you can add his tongue.

Step 13.

Start drawing the bushy eyebrow first, and then draw the eyeball.

Step 14.

Next, draw the rounded shape of his head, and then draw one horn on the side of the head like you see here.

Step 15.

You are ready to finish off Bowser from the side. Draw in the Mohawk which is pretty messy this time, as well as the other horn. Clean up the drawing before leaving this step.

Step 16.

Here is Bowser from the side. What do you think was easier to tackle? I say front view. Good job to everyone who tried drawing Bowser easy.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 26, 2012
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Description: Bowser, how many people love this evil figure from the Mario Bros franchise? Looking at him you wouldn't think that he is anything to worry about, but that all changes when you start to understand what a devious character he really is. He has hundreds of different types of minions that carry out the duties that he doesn't feel like doing. He sends them out to capture and or kidnap a princess, he has them hanging around towns causing trouble making harder for Mario and Luigi to complete their missions, and he also has his very own kids learning the family business. I guess you could say he is like a "King Pin" or like the King Pin in the Mario video game world. Now because this villain is so very special and extremely popular, I had to lay out a tutorial that shows you "how to draw Bowser easy" in two different head shot views. One is straight on, and the other is on a side view. He was definitely a fun character to draw, and I bet that you guys will enjoy drawing him too. I still have two more tutorials coming your way so try to stay tuned in to see what pops up new. Adios people and enjoy!