|Uploaded:||April 24, 2012|
|Updated:||April 25, 2012|
I know most of you know that I am fond of fairies, and if you don't know now you do. Anyways, here is yet another character that is going to be in the film 'Rise of the Guardians' and she is known as the Toothfairy, but in the film she is known as just 'Tooth'. Today I will be showing you "how to draw Tooth", step by step. She will be voiced by Isla Fisher so that should be fun. Despite not having long fairy style hair or a graceful looking slender body like most fairies do, Tooth is a colorful, kind, beautiful fairy that is a hybrid mix between a human and hummingbird. This explains a lot like how her wings almost seem invisible when she is in flight because they are flapping so fast, and how she has these beautiful colored feathers that covers her whole body from nearly head to toe. What I like about this character design and concept is how she has a small army of mini fairies that are in constant watch over the world twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. They are keeping watch for when a child looses their tooth. Once a child places the tooth under the pillow, Tooth swoops in and replaces the child's tooth with a gift. What most people don't know about the teeth that Tooth collects, is how these teeth hold the most precious childhood memories. She has the collection of teeth in her palace where she can keep a constant guard on them so she can return the memories when they are needed from their recipients most. I love the character design, and because of this I had a lot of fun with drawing Tooth from Rise of the Guardians. I think you will enjoy tackling this lesson too, so let me let you go so you can get busy. Adios people and like always, have fun.