Hello people welcome to Dragoart.com. Today I figured that it was time for some simple easy to draw tutorials. There is a character from a very popular game that I once loved as a kid. I would play this game for hours on end sometimes until the next morning. In this tutorial I am going to show you how to draw Banjo from Banjo-Kazooie. Who is Banjo you ask? Well Banjo is a bear that is accompanied by his partner Kazooie who happens to be a bird that is often seen riding on the back of Banjo throughout the game. The two of them embark on a journey to rescue Banjo’s sister Tooty. Tooty was kidnapped by the nasty evil Gruntilda. This villain is by far a wicked character that happens to be a witch. Although in many games every villain is designed to exceed in appearance like have an extra head or a phenomenal power that makes them different from the norm. Not Gruntilda though. The game designers really made her look like your typical Halloween witch. She has green colored skin with a long pointed chin and nose. She wears a classic black witch’s hat and robe. She also rides a broomstick, and she even has a few warts on her face as well. It is Banjo and Kazooies job to defeat the mean old witch and bring Tooty home safely. Although Banjo is a bear, he is not just your typical brown or black bear. He is in fact a rare anthropomorphic brown honey bear. His appearance is rather simple because all he wears is a pair of bright colored yellow trunks with a belt that has a lot of slack. He runs around barefooted and he also has a big black nose. As for Kazooie, she is a rare Red Crested Breegullas that is one of the main characters in the Banjo-Kazooie game series. The game first came out in 1998 for the Nintendo 64 and has taken off since. The first time I ever played that game I was immediately hooked. In this tutorial I show you an easy way to draw Banjo step by step. There are only four steps for drawing and the last fifth step is for coloring. I hope you have fun with this one and I will be back with another tutorial for your drawing pleasure. Peace out.