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Uploaded: January 7, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Advanced  Advanced Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: January 8, 2009
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Hello everyone, welcome back to DragoArt.com and to another fun filled drawing lesson. I would like to start by saying that I hope everyone is enjoying the new layout that I have worked on for the past week. Anyways today’s tutorial is going to be pretty cool. I will be showing you how to draw Abomination from The Incredible Hulk step by step. There are two reasons why I chose to do this tutorial. The first reason is because it was requested by a member some time back and I would like to say that I apologize for taking so long to fill the request. The second reason why I chose to do this lesson is because I bought the movie “The Incredible Hulk” and I have to say, the Hulk wasn’t the only cool looking science project developed for the movie and story line. The character played by “Tim Roth” was pretty sweet; he is the one that eventually turns into Abomination. At first he starts out being a KGB agent sent to track down Bruce Banner who as you know, transforms into the Incredible Hulk. His real name is Emil Blonsky and at first he is only injected with small amount of radiation to give him added strength and speed in an attempt to capture Bruce Banner while he was transformed into Hulk. After wanting more strength and speed Emil takes the same gamma radiation but in greater amounts that Bruce Banner was exposed to which turned him into Abomination. What are differences between Abomination and Hulk you ask? The answer is not much. They both posses the same strength, stamina and ability to regenerate, the only difference is Abomination has the ability to retain his intellect but cannot change back into human form. I did the best that I could when it came to sketching out this character from DC Comics. As some of you may or may not know Abomination is a recurring villain in the Hulk series and he looked slightly different from what he looks like in the movie. This character took me about two and half hours to finish sketching and then another hour to color and shade. This lesson will show you how to draw Abomination from The Incredible Hulk step by step. I will be back in a bit with more drawing fun so stay tuned all for my return.

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Drawing  abomination, Added by Dawn, January 7, 2009, 7:29:35 pm