|Date Added: April 30, 2009|
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Description: Kim Possible is an awesome cartoon series that airs on the Disney Channel. The first time I seen the show I was automatically hooked like you wouldn't believe. This tutorial today will show you "how to draw Ron Stoppable" from Kim Possible step by step. I figured since I already had a tutorial on how to draw Kim Possible, I might as well sketch out a lesson on her boyfriend Ron. Ron is a character that keeps the show alive in a comical kind of way. Even though the animated series is great, if it wasn't for Ron Stoppable and his bald pet mole rat, you wouldn't really laugh too much. In the beginning of the series Ron was only Kim Possible's best friend and side kick. After the end of season three, I guess Disney felt that it was tome to grant Ron's wish which was to someday become Kims loyal, faithful and truthful boyfriend that she could always depend on. Unlike the other boys in school, Ron has a geeky type of appearance and personality. He's not tall and he's not short. Instead Ron is somewhere in between. He also has reddish blond colored hair, and a face full of freckles. Now anyone that watches this show knows that Ron has a naked looking pet mole rat named Rufus. Did you ever wonder how he came up with such a name? Well, when Ron was a kid he had an imaginary friend named Rufus, so when he grew up he got a bald pet mole rat and named him Rufus. The reason why he has an odd pet like a naked mole rat, is because his father has some series allergies toward any animal that has fur, or hair. Anyways, I had a fun time with this lesson and I know you guys will too. This drawing lesson was also requested by a DragoArt member so lets not forget those who request such awesome characters and animals that I myself over look. I will be back soon with two more really cool tutorials so stay tuned in. Peace out people.