Since you are drawing seven character at once you will have to do seven times the work. Start by making the head shapes and notice how they vary in size. Once that is done you can draw the shape for the bodies, and then add the facial guidelines.
Now begin drawing in the lower portions of each face like so. When that is done you can then add the shapes for their eye frames, and some of the characters have eyebrows too.
You are now have way to the finish line. What you will do now is draw in the eyes, mouths on some of the Koopalings, and then some of them also have the sharp teeth. Next, sketch in their wild hairstyles, and then draw the arms and hands on some of t
Continue to draw out their bodies like so, and this should consist of legs, arms, hands, and feet. You can see the back shells on some of the Koopalings, so you will have to draw those out as well and don't forget to add the spikes on the back. Also,
Lastly, all you have to do here is add some stomach detailing which consists of belly stripes, and then draw a pearl necklace on one of the females you see in the front. Add some foot padding, and another hand and foot or two, then start erasing all
When you are ll done you should have a Bowser family portrait like you see here. Of course you can choose to draw Bowser in the middle of off to the back right side if you like. Another sibling that is missing is Bowser Jr., so if you want to add him
September 13, 2010
I have to fill a request that was made a few days ago because it was an absolutely awesome idea. For my next tutorial I will be showing you guys "<em>how to draw Koopalings</em>", step by step. If you’re wondering what Koopalings are I can fill you in on the 411. First off, all they are is what you call King Bowsers children, and there is eight of them. Now because they are Bowser’s kids, they are also air to Koopa Kingdom. Most of the time they are seen as the main bosses in the many Mario Bros games, and they make an even more prominate appearance in 'New Super Mario Bros. Wii'. The names to his children are; Larry Koopa, Morton Koopa Jr., Wendy O. Koopa, Iggy Koopa, Roy Koopa, Lemmy Koopa, Ludwig von Koopa, and of course Bowser Jr. I must warn you, you may find that drawing all of the Koopalings at once may be a bit hard, but if you take your time and follow the steps, you will do a great job. When you are done you will have an awesome sketch and the best part is, you learned "<strong>how to draw Koopalings</strong>" all by yourself. I do hope you have fun with this lesson. I will be back in a few with more tutorials to have even more fun with, so try and stay tuned in to see what they will be. Ta ta for now, and enjoy the rest of your drawing day!