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How to Draw Ucha, Tokyo Mew Mew

Artist: Dawn / June 1, 2012
How to Draw Ucha, Tokyo Mew Mew

Step 1.

Draw out a round shape for the beginning step of drawing Ucha. Once the shape is drawn, you can add another small shape in the inside which will be for the head.

Step 2.

You will simply thicken the head shape like so, then draw a simple face consisting of two eyes, and a mouth.

Step 3.

Next up, draw out the shape of a strawberry including the leafy looking cap. Draw in the long rabbit style ears, then move to step four.

Step 4.

Here is where you will draw what I assume to be the arms and maybe wings? Add the small nubs for the legs, then move along to step five.

Step 5.

The last thing to do is draw the seed spots all over Ucha's body. If there is mistakes that you have to erase first, you might want to do that before you actually draw the spots.

Step 6.

Here is Ucha when you are all done. Now you can color in this Tokyo Mew Mew robot to finish it off to perfection.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 1, 2012
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Description: Some may recognize this character from Tokyo Mew Mew if you are avid fans of the series. It's a tutorial on "how to draw Ucha, step by step. Ucha is another robot creation that appears in Tokyo Mew Mew: A la Mode. Ryo is the one responsible for creating Ucha and before the robot got it's name, it was just known as R3000. Even though Ryo made Ucha, it was Berry Shirayuki who actually named the little fella. Ucha has a lot of the same powers as Masha. Besides the visual differences between Masha and Ucha, Masha doesn't talk in real or complete sentences, and Ucha is a big time complainer which Marsha isn't. Ucha looks like a rabbit blanketed by a strawberry costume. This is a real fun character to draw even though it's just a robot. Since I enjoyed drawing Ucha, I think you guys will too! I have to scram out of here but I will return. Adios mi amigos!