how to draw conan the barbarian
Step 2. How to Draw Conan the Barbarian
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Uploaded: January 23, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 9
Updated: January 23, 2008
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Conan the Barbarian is a fantasy character that was created by Robert E. Howard in 1932. He is a man that grew up in a small village and was the son of a black smith. After his village was attacked and watching his father gets slain down by the army of an evil snake cult. Running for his life with his mother left to defend the both of them; she was cornered by the army that wiped out the whole village. Little Conan was standing beside his mother when she was beheaded by the cult’s leader Thulsa Doom. After being taken prisoner from the cult, he spends the rest of his childhood working like a dog and in the process becomes a strong and powerful adult. He was later sold as a slave where his master trained him to be a devastating worrier. Being forced to take lives of other men in a fight pit, his soul grew darker and darker with pain and hate. Since he was a kid he made a promise to him self to one day seek revenge on the cult that took his parents life. After being freed from his master, he started his adventure to seek out the Thulsa Doom. Along the way he meets women who was a thief, outlaw, mercenary, and pirate the same as him. She stole his heart and gained his trust. She is later killed and makes his revenge more overwhelming. The story goes on and he finally gets his man, he is crowned king and is the ruler of kingdom that chose him. I watched the movie when I was like 15 and thought it was wicked cool. Then when the second story came out I was like “yeah”. Now I hear that a new Conan the Barbarian is coming out in 2009 sometime, I can’t wait for that. This tutorial teaches you how to draw Conan the Barbarian with easy to follow steps. The instructions are short and sweet and you should be able to do it without a problem. I sketched the image on my pad from a photo of Arnold that was on my DVD cover from the movie. I think it came out o.k. Well see ya.

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