|Uploaded:||May 26, 2008|
|Updated:||May 9, 2011|
Hello fellow artist and welcome back to yet another cool drawing tutorial on DragoArt.Com. Today I will be showing you "how to draw Luigi", which is one of Mario's lifelong buddies. So with out further ado you will learn how to draw Luigi. Luigi is in fact the younger brother of Nintendo's official mascot Mario and not a lot of people know that about him. At first I always thought the he was an employee of Mario's that fell down the pipe with him and was stuck helping his partner battle Bowser's henchmen. For a while I also thought the this sleek Italian character had some sort of impairment because when you would choose him as a character to play his legs would squiggle when he walked. That use to aggravate the crap out of me. A lot of the time my main character to play was Mario because how Luigi walked threw the whole game. Luigi has been in and appeared in many games throughout the Mario series aiding him as he walked through dungeons and creepy abandoned castles. Luigi always had a better advantage over Mario, he was simply a better jumper, but again because he was a better jumper he had traction issues which is why he was so uncontrollable when being selected to play. This is the problem I was talking about early on in the beginning. Although that Luigi aided Mario in many of the Mario Bros. game series, he made his debut in his very own game called Luigi's Mansion that came out for the Game Cube in 2001. In all these games Luigi appears as the hero even though Mario has always been the big hero. The reason why Luigi is displayed as the hero in some of his solo games is the fact that Mario is the one he is rescuing. Luigi and Mario has been a part of households around the world. I grew up playing the very same video game characters that many of you are playing today. I must admit at times I still find myself being drawn in when I walk by a gaming store just to see what new game has been released. This tutorial will show you "how to draw Luigi", step by step. The instructions are easy to read and follow to help make your drawing experience a whole lot easier. Have fun and reach for the stars.