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Uploaded: April 30, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: May 1, 2009
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How about another tutorial on a character from the DC Comics magazines to add to your drawing collection? The idea came from a member who requested a tutorial on one of their favorite characters from the animated series that airs on Cartoon Network. So because I love filling request, I will show everyone here tonight how to draw Starfire from Teen Titans step by step. Starfire is a character that is very popular in the comic book series. In the animated television series, she is a girl that has long red hair and she is also very, very girly. Starfire is not from planet earth and because of that she is always looking for new ways to fit into her surroundings and be like everyone else. Even though she is trying to fit in, she knows that she has a long way to go to learn everything there is to know about earth, their people, and the way they live and survive. I bet by the look of Starfire you wouldn’t think that she has a strong ability huh? Well the fact is, she can fly higher than you think and she also has green fire starbolts that shoots from her small hands. Not only does she have super powers, Starfire is almost as strong as Superman too. In the DC Comic series, she comes from a planet called Tamaran and her real name is Koriand'r. She is Tamaran's Princess and she has two other siblings in the family besides herself. Her sister Komand’r was ruled as being not worthy enough to be queen because she lacked the ability to fly. Because of that, Koriand’r or Starfire was the one worthy to become queen. The DC Comics version of Starfire looks much older, sexier, and very womanly. I was going to do the tutorial on Starfire with her looking like she does in the magazines, but I thought that it would be better to just finish off the cartoon version of the Teen Titans characters. Now that I have drawn out Starfire, all I have left to do is teach you guys how to draw Cyborg. I already have Robin, Raven, and Beast Boy so I guess that is what I will do for a lesson tomorrow. I mean why not? Cyborg is a cool looking character anyway. Well I have to go so I can submit my last tutorial for the day. I will be back so I hope you artists out there will stay with me until my night is over with and done.