|Date Added: July 9, 2010|
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Description: I have been waiting to do this next character for so long, but I never got a chance to get to it in the past. Today, I will be filling a request, and show you "how to draw Kuzco", step by step. I know many of you know who this funny character is, and for the most part, he is by far one of the best characters in the movie, and series. He started his career when Disney released their film back in 2000 called “The Emperor’s New Groove”, which was then followed by the straight to DVD film, “Kronks New Groove”. Nowadays, Emperor Kuzco is seen in the Disney animated series, The Emperor’s New School. Kuzco is a fun, outgoing character that brings life and madness to the movie and series. One of my favorite parts of the movie is when he turns into a Llama and asks Pacha for his help. The main character’s of the series is Yzma, who is the main antagonist, Kronk, who aids Yzma in her maniacal plots, and then of course Pacha, Kuzco’s best friend, and trusted ally. I still can’t believe that I actually waited for a request before I went ahead and made a lesson for Kuzco. I remember how much I loved The Emporer’s New Groove when it was first released. Of course I never got to see it in a theater, but watching it on DVD or should I say, VHS was just as good. Anyway, I hope you like this lesson on "how to draw Kuzco", step by step because he was really fun, and sort of exciting to draw. Believe it or not, but he really isn’t all that hard to do. Maybe I will draw and upload the Llama version of Kuzco, because after all, he did play a big part in the flick transformed as an animal. I will be back in a few with two more lessons for you all. I hope you are able to stick around to see what I’m submitting next, or you can just come back tomorrow and be surprised. Well, that’s it for this description. It’s time for me to say adios, and happy drawing.