|Date Added: June 28, 2009|
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Description: Kirby was and still is such an awesome game, that I can still remember playing it when I was like five years old. I have submitted some Kirby characters in the past including Kirby. After I submitted Meta Knight, I received a few request for a lesson on “how to draw King Dedede step by step” and this was a while ago. I have finally gotten around to filling the request because that is the game character that I will be showing you how to draw right now. King Dedede is a major villain that makes appearances through out the Kirby game series. What kind of animal is King Dedede you ask? Well, at first I thought he was a combination of animals but then I came to the reality that he in fact is a chubby or over weight penguin. He wears a red crown with gold trim, a red and white robe that most kings are seen wearing, and yellow and red striped clothes underneath his king like cloak. He often uses a big club as a weapon which resembles a wooden stick attached to a wooden barrel. King Dedede is known for causing all kinds of ruckus throughout Dream Land and as always Kirby must find a way to stop the wild and somewhat crazy king before all is lost for the good people that reside in Dream Land. What kind of trouble does he cause? Well for starters he is very, very selfish and therefore he likes to steal food from anyplace possible. He is also known for taking all the stars from the sky because he is so greedy. Although the selfish king may seem totally obnoxious, there is a greater foe that Kirby has to deal with and that is “Dark Matter”. Because of this, Kirby and King Dedede will sometimes form a temporary alliance to defeat their common foes. I liked Kirby when I was growing up as a kid, but unfortunately I don’t play that game anymore. Instead of playing the game, I will show you “how to draw King Dedede” step by step. Have fun and remember to take your time and do your very best. Peace out and draw on!