how to draw den den mushi

How to Draw Den Den Mushi

Step 1.

Make the three shapes for the guides. This includes the head, chest and and shell shape.

Step 2.

Next, draw the bulging eyeball that is somewhat closed. Then add the wrinkling around the eyeball lid.

Step 3.

For step three, you will draw in another eyeball along with the split open eyelid.

Step 4.

We will now draw the stems for the eyes, then sketch out the shape for the head.

Step 5.

We will draw in the large lips and extra skin tags on the sides of the mouth. Once that is done add small circles for the cheeks.

Step 6.

Add a ball to the back of the head and then draw in a large, spiral shaped shell. Add small spikes on the back of the head and then proceed to step seven.

Step 7.

This time, all you have to do is draw the sluggish style body for the complete body shape. The lining for the base of the body should be wiggly.

Step 8.

Lastly, add the detailing to the hat and then add the spiral swirl to the shell's design. Draw in the word MARIBINE and you are done and ready to erase your mistakes.

Step 9.

Here is the line art once finished. Now you can add some color and be done with your drawing.

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Uploaded: February 24, 2015
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 9
Updated: February 26, 2015
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I'm uploading this lesson for all you One Piece fans out there as well as for those of you who requested a tut on how to draw Den Den Mushi, step by step. den Den Mushis are snails that are used for communication purposes and for visual aid. They all look the same in appearance for the most part, but can look different. For example, there are a variety of Den Den Mushis like; Baby Den Den Mushi, Black Den Den Mushi, Golden Den Den Mushi, Silver Den Den Mushi, Surveillance Den Den Mushi, Visual Den Den Mushi and more others that I can't think of at the moment. This lesson will show you a simple way to drawing Den Den Mushi so have fun.

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