|Uploaded:||September 2, 2010|
|Updated:||September 2, 2010|
Rudolf the red nose reindeer is a classic character that has been around for so many years. I can remember being a kid, and watching the Christmas specials that aired on t.v for a week straight. Christmas specials usually start airing a week before the December holiday, and almost all day on Christmas Eve. Today, I thought I would upload a newer version of the red nosed reindeer since the old one I have isn’t quite colored properly to resemble the TV version character. So, having spewed all that I’ve said, I think you should know that you will be taught to "draw Rudolf", step by step once again. I’m not going to lie, it is almost a nonstop urge to draw duplicates on tutorials I already have just because the old stuff is stale, and the new stuff is new and, well...better. I really wanted to capture Rudolf’s essence with this drawing lesson because when you’re young, he is a figure that a lot of kids look up to and enjoy. The whole story of how Rudolf became the head slay puller is somewhat enlightening to young kids that know what it’s like to be different, and made fun of. I have always loved watching this bright and cheery reindeer as he goes on his many adventures with his friends from across the north pole. Santa knew that the other reindeer where a bit mean to Rudolf, and that’s why he took great pride in asking him if he would do the honor and pull his slay to deliver all the toys and goodies to the boys and girls of the world. I hope you have fun when you draw Rudolf, even if it’s no where near December 25th. Happy early x-mas folks, and have fun.