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Mew and Music Drawing Lesson

Artist: Dawn / October 6, 2020
Mew and Music Drawing Lesson

Step 1.


We will begin like we always do with some guidelines and a shape. Make a circle for the head and then sketch in the facial guidelines along with the headphone guides.

Step 2.


Okay, we will begin to draw Mew's face starting with the defined structure of the head. Let's start with one side first, and then tackle the next side later. Draw in half the top portion of the head, followed by the ear, face shape and part of the mo   

Step 3.


Repeat the same exact thing you did in step two.

Step 4.


Like the title says, you will draw in the shape of Mew's eyes. They are big, and sort of triangle shape. Add the pupils and then some indents to form the brow.

Step 5.


This is the last step, and it may be the hardest step. All you need to do is draw in the headphones. Start with the muffs and then draw the headband part of the headphones. When you are done you can erase the mistakes and guides.

Step 6.


Here it is, the line art. This is how the drawing should look when you are all done. Go ahead and color Mew in along with a cool background to show your love for music and Pokemon.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 6, 2020
Steps: 6
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Tags: how to draw pokemon, how to draw pokemon characters, how to draw headphones
Description: Here is another lesson that I am adding to my headphones and characters list. I wanted to work on another Pokemon inspired tutorial that showcases one of my favorite pokemon characters wearing headphones listening to some tunes. What better Pokemon to draw than Mew. I love Mew, I have always loved Mew, and I will always love Mew. Not just because Mew is an awesome Pokemon, but also because Mew is a very versatile Pokemon that has a good side and an angry side. This is going to be a simple tut to follow so don't worry about complexity. I hope you have fun, don't forget to share, comment and like this lesson so others in the art community can find it. Adios people.