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Uploaded: November 1, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 5
Updated: November 1, 2008
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Well I’m back everyone with my fourth tutorial for the day and this time it is going to be on a Disney character from a movie that is not yet out in theaters until November 21st. The character I am talking about is a pup named Bolt and this drawing lesson will show you how to draw Bolt from Bolt. The reason why I chose to do a tutorial on a character that is not even released yet is because I watched a preview for the movie on TV Friday and I have to say it looked pretty good. Now from what I’ve read, Bolt is a dog that is more than mans best friend, he is an everyday action hero who was raised on the set of a hit television show. The only problem with his super hero abilities is that they are not real and he has to be faced with reality when he is accidentally shipped from California to New York. Along the way on his journey back home to his owner Penny (voiced by Miley Cyrus) he starts to realize that he is not a real super hero at all and he doesn’t have super K-9 powers. He teams up with a black cat named Mittens who is a New York alley cat and a Rhino an over the top super fan of Bolts and because of that he volunteers to help Bolt get back to his Hollywood home while he travels inside of his hamster ball. The animated cartoon looks hilarious and I can’t wait to see it. Bolts character is voiced by the very talented John Travolta and he is cute as a button. His distinctive mark is a thunder bolt on his upper hip along with his doggy dog tags. In this lesson I will show you how to draw Bolt from Bolt step by step. The instructions will make this character a breeze to learn how to draw because the steps are simple to follow. I will be back with my last tutorial for the day in a bit so stay tuned folks.