how to draw prince zuko from avatar the last airbender
Step 2. How to Draw Prince Zuko from Avatar The Last Airbender
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Uploaded: April 28, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 9
Updated: April 30, 2009
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I am really excited to be uploading this next character as a tutorial because there is an upcoming movie based on all the characters of the animated series that airs on Nickelodeon. I will be showing you how to draw Zuko from Avatar The Last Airbender step by step. Now I really don't know too much about this character, I mean I have heard of him and remember Zuko in a few episodes but that was when I was really into the show. Since my knowledge of Prince Zuko is limited, I needed to seek out some help with the description of the animated character from the TV series. Who was the best person for the job? Yup, my brother. My brother is really into the series and I went and asked him some 411 about Zuko and this is what he told me. First off Zuko is a Firebender from Fire Nation born into royalty. His father is Fire Lord Ozai and his mother is Princess Ursa. Some may recognize this character from the dark colored hair and his circular burn scar in his left eye. He always has a serious look on his face and Zuko's whole motivation is to find the Avatar that has been lost for a very long time. What he needs and thrives to do is gain back his honor an take his place as Crown Prince of Fire Nation. He was banished from Fire Nation some time back for reasons that only his family knows. Anyways, Prince Zuko is a really cool character to draw because he is so intense looking. I know you guys will have fun learning how to draw Prince Zuko from Avatar The Last Airbender step by step. There is a total of nine drawing steps. The reason why they are so lengthily is because I wanted to make this tutorial as easy as possible so that everyone can tackle the Nickelodeon character. I will be back tomorrow with more drawing fun so stay tuned and try and keep your eyes open for more upcoming cool lessons on the way. Until then, peace out homies.