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Uploaded: November 14, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Advanced  Advanced Skill Level
Steps: 8
Updated: November 18, 2009
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Hi guys and welcome back to another awesome lesson on Dragoart.com. I will start the day by submitting a tutorial that was requested by my ten year old brother. I will show you "how to draw a Bionicle step by step”. Now, I'm sure a lot of you kids out there are familiar with this popular character based toy line. Bionicles was introduced by the LEGO Group, and since then it has been geared to appeal to six to sixteen year-olds that fall in the male gender group. Bionicle toys have been in existence since 1999 which means they have been on the shelves of toy and department stores for ten years. The toy comes in a box full of a variety of small, medium and large pieces, much like other toys that LEGO distributes. It is up to the individual to put together these pieces to form a Bionicle character that looks like the image on the front of the package it came in. There is different names for each Bionicle, and the one I drew is called Vastus. This is one of the Bionicles that my brother owns and he likes him because Vastus looks like a cool warrior. He is from the Glatorian era, and his colors are green and lime. Vastus is from a jungle tribe, which explains his colors, and he fought for the Element Lord of the jungle during the Core Wars. Oh, by the way, I am getting this handy information from my brother since he is the one that read a lot of the Bionicle books published by Scholastic. Another cool thing that my bro told me is that the name “Bionicle”, has nothing to do with the creatures and or aliens being bionic. Instead the name was created by combining the two words “biological, and chronicle”. Cool huh? Anyways this lesson wasn't easy because I had to draw all the different plastic pieces even the incredibly tiny ones. Learning “how to draw Bionicles step by step”, will almost remind you how annoying picking up or finding those tiny pieces can be. I will leave you all to this tutorial because I am sure that you will have with it. I shall return in a bit with more drawing fun so stay tuned in to see what your hands will want to draw next. Peace peeps!

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