|Date Added: May 23, 2010|
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Description: Has anyone heard of the manga “Shugo Chara”? Well, a member made a request for me to do a lesson on one of the characters from this popular manga. I however, only heard about the series, but now that I am doing a tutorial on one of the figures, I know a lot more. This lesson is going to be on “how to draw Miki", step by step. The show follows a girl named “Amu Hinamori”, who is a student at Seiyo Elementary school. I actually did a lesson on this child heroine, except it's not called "how to draw Amu". Instead it's labeled as Shugo Chara! Anyways, the whole plot to the story is how Amu wants to be reborn into a person that has courage to be herself instead of an insecure, timid girl. Even though she feels like this, she is a very popular figure in school regardless. In her efforts to be someone else, she makes a wish to change. The next day she finds three colorful eggs, that later hatch into Guardian Characters named Ran, Miki, and Su. The Guardian that I'm showing you how to draw is the very cute, Miki. She was the second egg to hatch and she is supposed to represent Amu's ability to be more level headed, sharp and somewhat artistic. Not only that but, since Miki is so fashionable, she often helps Amu chose clothes to wear to make her appear to be a bit more cooler than she already is. When 'Character Change' takes place, Amu is flooded with amazing artistic abilities, and when 'Character Transformation' takes place, Amu becomes “Amulaet Spade”. Miki's appearance is so incredibly cute. The manga series also ran as an anime television series on TV Tokyo from October 2007, to September 2008. The character appearance for Miki is very simple. Her main colors is a light pastel blue, and her symbol is the spade. Miki sort of looks like a chibi, and I guess her design was intentional because all the other Characters are in chibi form as well. If you are familiar with the series, whether it's from the manga or the anime, you should love this lesson on “how to draw Miki from Shugo Chara", step by step. I will be back later on today with more drawing fun so stay tuned in until then, or come back through. Peace out my fellow artists, and have fun with this, and all the new lessons that you will be flooded with today!