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Uploaded: April 20, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 8
Updated: March 2, 2011
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This is going to be a wicked cool lesson on "how to draw a skateboarder", step by step. I figured that spring and summer not only brings swimming and hanging out at the parks and stuff. Spring and summer also brings out all the skateboarders that flood the parks, malls, and city sidewalks. I think skateboarding is so cool and I even wish that I knew how to do it.The sport of skateboarding has come along way since the beginning of its creation. The art or skill of boarding was formed back in the late forties to early fifties when surfing was becoming somewhat of a phenomenon. The more surfing became popular, the more skateboarding became just as popular. In the early stages of skateboard history is was once called “sidewalk surfing”. The reason behind the name is because when surfers weren't surfing the sweet waves of California, they wanted something to do during the time they were waiting for those bodacious waves. A fella by the name of Bill Richard made a deal with a roller skate company to make skate wheels so that he could attach them to a wooden board. It was a hit and then skateboarding was born. Nowadays you can go and watch the Extreme Games sporting events that take place on local streets of chosen states and cities. This tutorial will show you how to draw a skateboarder step by step. He is wicked cool looking doing tricks over a bunch of spiked flames. I know for a fact you will like this lesson because it is killa cool. Well, that's it guys, have fun teaching yourself "how to draw a skateboarder", and be sure to upload your works when you are done.

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Step 3. How to Draw a Skateboarder