|Date Added: October 16, 2009|
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Description: This next character drawing that I am about to submit is something that I have been wanting to draw and make a lesson out of for a long time already. I have a favorite video game that I have loved since I was like seven years old. One of the characters in the game series is the best character that has ever been created for a zombie shoot’em up game in a long while. You will be taught “how to draw Leon”. Leon made his first appearance in Resident Evil 2 as a police officer. He worked for the “Raccoon Police Department”. When he gets to Raccoon City, the whole place is loaded with zombies. Now because of that he unwillingly starts his adventures as a zombie hunter basically. He eventually meets up with another popular character from the game, “Claire Redfield”. The two try everything they can to make it out alive from a carnivorous zombie community that feeds on the living. Leon continues on to appear in "Resident Evil 3". It is in this game that he joins a government agency. He returns once again in my favorite, “Resident Evil 4". It basically picks up where it left off. Now Leon is officially a US government agent now, and this time he is on a search and rescue mission to retrieve the Presidents daughter Ashley Graham. The kidnappers have Ashley in their possession in a building somewhere in Europe. The pose and style of Leon is drawn out to look exactly how he does in the games. Drawing Leon is going to be a challenge because of the detailing involved. All you have to do to get through this tutorial is, take your time, and do your best. If you do that, I think you will find that learning "how to draw Leon Kennedy step by step”, really wasn’t that hard. Oh yeah F.Y.I, there is going to be another Resident Evil movie coming out and I can’t wait to go and see it. I bought the trilogy so I can catch up on forgotten scenes that will be vital to understanding part four. Okay peace peeps, and happy drawing!