|Uploaded:||November 5, 2009|
|Updated:||November 12, 2009|
Hi guys! Guess what today is? It is the day that I will be drawing live for the first time in a long time. I can't wait to talk with my DragoArt buddies and friends, and because of that I am extremely excited. I will start the day with a wicked cool lesson on yet another tutorial request. I will be showing you “how to draw Lelouch Lamperouge from Code Geass”. Now with past tutorials I sometimes said that I was not familiar with a certain show or manga that I submit a character on. With this anime character I can tell you that I am absolutely clueless with the specifics of the series, which means I had to do a lot of research as to who exactly the this Code Geass character was. But before I get into talking about him, let me tell you what the series is about. Code Geass is a Japanese anime series that was created by “Sunrise”. The series made it to airwaves back in 2006 on Japanese MBS TV. In the year of 2008 Code Geass was already airing on TBS and later won awards for both seasons. The anime series takes place in 2010 after the Japanese was conquered by the “Holy Britannian Empire" using their assorted robot weapons called “Knightmare Frames”. The Holy Britannian Empire took all the rights and freedoms from the citizens, and renamed the country “Area 11”. Lelouch is a Britannian prince who rebels against his father after the death of his mother which was a brutal murder. After his mothers death, Lelouch made a promise to destroy and dismember his fathers existence. Lelouch Lamperouge becomes a seventeen year old warrior that is enabled with the power of Geass which was bestowed upon him after being caught in the mix of the military and Japanese rebels war. When the Geass is active, his eyes glow with a red bird shaped figure which enables his every command to be followed by others. All in all his one goal is to destroy Britannia under another identity known as Zero. I think you will find this tutorial helpful and fun when you learn “how to draw Lelouch Lamperouge from Code Geass step by step”. Have fun with this lesson as I depart for now. I will return live today so join me later for a day full of fun. Peace out and happy drawing.