How to Draw Moshi Monsters
You will be drawing two characters, Furi, and Poppet. Furi is the bigger monster and Poppet is the small one. Start by making one egg shape, and one round shape. These shapes are for the entire bodies. Add facial guidelines and move to step two.
Begin sketching or drawing out Furi's shaggy body which is covered by long untamed hair. This is also the outline of the arm and head.
To finish off Furi's eyes, all you have to draw in draw in the eye glare half moon shapes, and then add a line for the mouth.
Finish Furi off by completing the body. This is easy because all you have to draw is draw out the bottom part of the body, the other arm, two large feet, and his hand and as you can see the back of the hand is resting on the ground.
Now that Furi is all done, lets get busy with drawing out Poppet. Draw a gum drop like shape for the head, and be sure to draw the top part of the head a bit narrower then the larger part of the head. Add some floppy ears, and move to step seven.
For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw out the small body and Poppet's shoes. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up the drawing.
May 12, 2011
Description: I know this tutorial may seem a bit childish, but I keep getting multiple requests for me to upload a lesson on "how to draw Moshi Monsters", step by step. These so called monsters are characters from an online game where you can own and control virtual pets. It is very much like Foo Pets, but in monster form. Target ages for this online game community is seven to twelve years old but I'm sure older folks have fun there as well. Initially the game was created in 2007, but it wasn't until 2008 that the Moshi Monsters website was launched. From what I understand there is a total of six monsters and their names are; Katsuma, Diavlo, Furi, Zommer, Lubli, and Poppet. I have personally never had an account on Moshi Monsters, but I'm sure if you're into that type of stuff, it is great fun. I hope you guys like this tutorial on "how to draw Moshi Monsters", because it is a real colorful and easy lesson to tackle and accomplish. I will now depart from this description, but I will be back with another in a bit. Adios people and stay tuned in for more drawing fun.