|Uploaded:||July 3, 2010|
|Updated:||July 3, 2010|
So what exactly is this tutorial of? It looks like a star shaped creature that has a florescent yellow glow to it. Today in this tutorial we will be learning "how to draw a Luma step by step". This little star critter has a very cute essence that made we want to draw it. I have gotten some requests for this tutorial as well. I believe the Luma appears in "Super Mario Galaxy". They have a sort of affiliation with Rosalina from the game. Unlike stars, the Luma come in a variety of colors and they are very similar to a tear drop shape. They're power stars that can talk too. I've never once played a Mario game that had talking stars. This seems a bit different from most of the games in the Mario world. Lumas can boost the ability to transform into planets and then transform bigger into galaxies. The Luma you're going to draw here is a morphed aspect of a Luma to a Power Star. I don't really have a clue what a Power Star is, but to me it sounds like it gives Mario some kind of abilities. I wonder what type of abilities it grants Mario. The overall drawing was swiftly done because of the simplicity of the Luma. Learning "how to draw a Luma" can be so easy because of the simple shapes that builds it up. Anyways, this tutorial should be very simple and easy to complete. Drawing simple things and then moving onto challenging pieces of art can increase your drawing skills greatly. Thanks so much for viewing this tutorial and have a happy 4th of July!