|Uploaded:||January 27, 2008|
|Updated:||January 19, 2011|
Nobody really knows what type of creature Yoda is or where he comes from. The only thing I know is that he is an ancient Jedi Master, and he’s only about, I don’t know, 900 years old. This lesson is going to show you "how to draw Yoda, step by step", but first let's talk a bit about him shall we? The Star Wars saga in the years after Anakin Skywalker transformed into Darth Vader, Yoda was living out his years in a swamp when Luke came to be trained from old master Yoda. The force was very powerful with Yoda, he’s trained young Jedi for many centuries which included Obi-Wan-Kenobi and young Luke Skywalker. His powers and abilities were not only with the force, he also has incredible telekinesis ability. Remember when he ripped that column right from the ground and hummed it at Count Dooku, that was impressive for a little guy that didn’t even measure up to someone’s waist unless they were 5. Yoda was also seen as a clairvoyant; he could see parts of future events as well as feel all the good and bad around him. He was able to feel the pain and suffering from other Jedi’s when they were being killed in “Revenge of the Sith”. The only thing Yoda is equipped with besides his cane is a Lightsaber; he was known to be the greatest swordsman that ever lived. Some interesting facts you may not know about Yoda’s character is, when George Lucas created Yoda, he initially gave him a full name of “Yoda Minch”, but as time went by while forming the character, it was decided that he would leave his history unknown to entice the public. Have you ever wonder who exactly has the role of Yoda’s voice? I think I can answer that for you. In episode 4 it was Frank Oz who was the talent in the whole movie, then came John Lithgow for Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. After all is said, Yoda is a strange mysterious character that all Jedi look up to and once in a while I hear friends recite his quotes once in a while. In this tutorial I will show you "how to draw Yoda" in detail. There are 7 steps and the instructions are laid out super easy. I have to go right now, but I’ll be back another day.