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Description: This is a tutorial on another Death Note character. Her name is Misa Amane, and she is one of my favorites on the show. Misa’s character in this Japanese anime series is very simple; she is a model, actress, and singer. Oh, she also has the biggest crush a girl could have on Light Yagami. Now remember, Light Yagami is the one that has the Death Note in his possession, and even though he uses that black notebook to wipe out the scum of the earth, she finds his charm overwhelming. Misa has a wide variety of fashion sense; you often see her character in different outfits at times. Her style in clothing is along the dark gothic looking side, some may call her a “Gothic Lolita”. Misa Amane also refers to herself as a third person, like when she likes or thinks about something for example she would say “Misa likes this” or “Misa thinks that would work”. But don’t be fooled by her common appearance, behind those cute clothes and innocent looking eyes, lies a very dangerous reserve of power that comes from this petit young lady. Now the reason why she obtains this dangerous mass of power is because Rem, the female partner to Light’s Death God companion Ryuk, had the idea to give Misa a piece of the action by handing her a Death Note and the gift of “Shinigami eyes”. This powerful gift allows Misa the ability to perceive the destined lifespan of another human. Misa may think that by having these powers she can in some way attract Light toward her, well she is right Light is attracted to her but not the she wants. Light Yagami uses Misa as a tool and keeps her by his side for his own megalomaniacal ends. Misa has a deep immense love for this young man, and all though she may think that there is a chance for the two, the truth is the love is only one sided. This tutorial shows you "how to draw Misa Amane", step by step. The details and instructions make this tutorial a breeze to learn. I hope you have fun with this one I know I did. By the way, I used my “plastic model” of Misa that I bought online for a good penny. Anyways have fun ya’ll.