How to Draw Buu, Majin Buu


Even though this lesson has nine steps, it won't be that hard to follow. You will start by drawing out some shapes that will form a pudgy frame for Buu. Start with the shape of his head, and then draw out the big round shape of his torso. Next and la   


Now sketch out the shape of the head and be sure to incorporate the lining of his ears like so.


Here all you have to do is draw out the curled horn on top of his head, and then draw in the dash like lines to make up his facial expression. This should include the eyes, nose, and mouth.


The first thing you will do in this step is begin drawing out the cape like so, and then draw out the shape of his body in better form.


Continue to draw out his cape by making the tied knot right under his chin. Once that is done begin drawing out the vest, and then the lining that will shape and form into a belt.


Okay, now that a majority of Buu's body is drawn from the head to his waist, you will now begin drawing out the bottom half starting with the outline of his legs and or pants. Next, draw in the buckle and design on his belt, and then add some design    


Finish drawing out the cape and be sure to draw it down to the floor. Next, draw out Buu's feet which are very stubby, and then move to the last drawing step.


All you will do here is add the detailing to Buu and his clothes. But before you do that you have to clean up the drawing by erasing all the lines and shapes that you drew in step one. After that, start sketching in the wrinkles, creases, folds, or w   


Now you are all done. Color him in using you coloring tools like crayons, markers, paint, or even colored pencils. Thank you for joining me with this lesson on how to draw Buu. If you would like more characters from DBZ just let me know.

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January 15, 2011

Description: I was asked to do another version of a character from Dragon Ball Z. I guess it’s because I already have the two main versions of him, but not the original version before he transforms. Today I will be teaching you "how to draw Buu", step by step. Like I said, I have Super Buu, and Kid Buu but I do not have just the fat Buu version. He is also known as Majin Buu, and this being was originally created by a wizard named Bibidi. But his creation was developed and executed way before any of the Dragon Ball events started to take place. Now Buu’s original form is a pudgy, pink blob looking thing that sort of resembles the character Chet in the eighties movie Weird Science. He was the brother who was turned into a big disgusting blob. Anyways, Buu has always had a genie like appearance, and all of his forms are pink in color. Even though Kid Buu and Super Buu appear to be real muscular and solid, the truth is, all of Buu’s transformations have rubbery like bodies that can be damage with little effort. The fact that all forms of Buu can be damaged is irrelevant because he has the ability to regenerate instantly from a state of destruction. I have always been a fan of Buu, and even though this big chunky version isn’t too pretty to look at, he is still a fun character to recreate. If you are a Dragon Ball Z fan you should love this lesson on "how to draw Buu". I will be back in a jiff so stay tuned in. Peace out people, and enjoy drawing your new DBZ figure.

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