|Uploaded:||January 15, 2011|
|Updated:||January 15, 2011|
I was asked to do another version of a character from Dragon Ball Z. I guess it’s because I already have the two main versions of him, but not the original version before he transforms. Today I will be teaching you "how to draw Buu", step by step. Like I said, I have Super Buu, and Kid Buu but I do not have just the fat Buu version. He is also known as Majin Buu, and this being was originally created by a wizard named Bibidi. But his creation was developed and executed way before any of the Dragon Ball events started to take place. Now Buu’s original form is a pudgy, pink blob looking thing that sort of resembles the character Chet in the eighties movie Weird Science. He was the brother who was turned into a big disgusting blob. Anyways, Buu has always had a genie like appearance, and all of his forms are pink in color. Even though Kid Buu and Super Buu appear to be real muscular and solid, the truth is, all of Buu’s transformations have rubbery like bodies that can be damage with little effort. The fact that all forms of Buu can be damaged is irrelevant because he has the ability to regenerate instantly from a state of destruction. I have always been a fan of Buu, and even though this big chunky version isn’t too pretty to look at, he is still a fun character to recreate. If you are a Dragon Ball Z fan you should love this lesson on "how to draw Buu". I will be back in a jiff so stay tuned in. Peace out people, and enjoy drawing your new DBZ figure.