I know you guys loved the Appa lesson that I submitted a few days ago, which is why I wanted to upload another animal creature from the animated series Avatar. Like I said before the movie “The Last Airbender” is due to be in theatres sometime this summer in the month of July, and Momo is going to be in it. Maybe I will make it a date to go and see the flick for my birthday, who know. Anyway, this tutorial is going to teach you an easy and effective way to “draw Momo” which is another loyal companion to Aang. Momo is a Winged Lemur, and he, like Appa, is also an Air Nomad. Winged Lemurs are creatures that look like a cross between a bat and a monkey. They are small and light weight with a ton of energy, and almost as curious as a cat. The wings are attached under their arms which expand when their arms stretch to go in flight. Although they mainly come in a white shade, there are some that have a cream tone to them as well as black stripes, and black faces. The winged Lemurs that have white coats are the ones that usually have the black faces, and the cream colored ones, have a brownish bronze colored face. Momo is unique because he was able to survive the genocide that struck the Air Nomads. Remember when I explained that Appa was the last of his kind? Well there is hope for Momo because when he is noticed by others they know what his species is, which means there just might be family out there for Momo yet. Even though Momo happens to be a very bright creature, he is still unable to understand the English language and or human tongue. Like a lot of monkeys in the real world, Momo enjoys eating fruit, fruit, and more fruit. I guess you could say he is a sucker for it. I have always thought that his character was adorable and sometimes I wish that I had a loyal Winged Lemur of my own. But since I know fact from fiction, I can only obtain him in a drawing, and then share my knowledge to you all. That is why it brings me great joy to show you “how to draw Momo, step by step”. You will find that this tutorial will be easy to follow, and simple to understand. I shall return with more drawing fun momentarily, so keep those artistic eyes peeled. Adiós me amigos, and happy drawing!