|Date Added: May 3, 2009|
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Description: I have been working hard lately on the layout of the site and on some new tutorials that I think you guys will be happy with. The first lesson I am going to submit is on "how to draw Storm from X-Men step by step". I was going through some of my comments and all three tutorials today will be out of request. A few members requested that I do more tutorials to show how to draw Marvel comics characters and that is what I am doing now. As many of you know Storm is one of the most popular of all Marvel Comics characters. In all the three X-Men movies, she was played by Halle Berry and I think that they choose a perfect actress to play a superhero like Storm. Storm is also used in almost all of the animated series episodes that used to air on TV all the time, and she is also a very popular character in the Marvel Comics magazines with her first issue being "Giant Size X-Men" back in 1975. Her real name is Ororo Munroe. Ororo is the daughter of N'Dare who is a princess in a tribe located in Kenya. Storm and her mother come from a along line of African woman that are born with white hair and blue eyes, and they also have a natural talent when it comes to sorcery. Her mother left Kenya when N'Dare fell in love with a photojournalist named David Munroe. The two got married and moved to Harlem in New York where N'Dare became pregnant. The couple moved from Harlem and moved to Egypt where they would later leave their six year old daughter Ororo an orphan due to their death. After the death of her parents Storm became quite the thief when she was working the streets of Cairo under the name "Achmed el-Gibar". She was later picked up and recruited by Professor X and became a predominant member of the X-Men team. I love the character from Marvel Comics and if you were to ask me what comic book characters I favor more I would have to say it's a tie. Both Marvel Comics and DC Comics have awesome well designed characters and it is often difficult to choose who is better. This tutorial will show you how to draw Storm from X-Men step by step. I hope you guys like her, I think she came out awesome. I will be back with two more requested tutorials so stay tuned.