Hello, welcome to DragoArt. Today we are going to be learning to draw a very popular character from the gaming industry. He is loud, crude, and evil. So brace yourselves because you are about to learn "how to draw Sephiroth". Everyone knows the popular video game Final Fantasy 7 right? How about Kingdom Hearts? Or the new Final Fantasy movie Advent Children? Advent Children is the recent sequel movie dedicated the popular video game. Its takes place in Midgar after an explosion created by a large draconic beast. A trio of white haired brothers are remnants of Sephiroth and are after Jehovah’s head. They force Rufus to give up the Jehovah so one of them can become Sephiroth. At the end of the movie, the leader of the brothers, Kadaj, gets the material and transforms into Sephiroth. Later Sephiroth and Cloud fight to the death. Overall, Cloud defeats him and is aware that Sephiroth will come back. The story is then continued through the new Final Fantasy game Dirge Cerberus. Nevertheless, everyone loves the Sephiroth and Cloud character. They are very popular. These two characters along with others were created by Square Soft games. So what type of weapons does Cloud and Sephiroth have? Sephiroth has seven foot long Nodachi or a Masamune. Most appearances, he is usually equipped with a Nodachi. These swords are very popular in Japanese and Chinese cultures. As for Cloud, he has a magical sword called the Buster Sword. This sword is ridiculously oversized but still game players find it cool. So now that you know about these cool characters. I remember when I first played Final Fantasy 7. I also own the movie. These are both characters that I love out of all the Final Fantasy games. I took a reference from the actual Final Fantasy 7: Advent Children movie cover and made my own. I used the same pose, so that everyone is familiar with the character. This pose that Sephiroth is in is the famous and most common pose of the Advent Children movie. So I first started the image by looking at the movie cover and sketching out a base for Sephiroth. Then I scanned it to Photoshop and colored it in. It took me a total of three hours for the lucid coloring. I hope this fan tutorial will help you draw a better Sephiroth in the future. Enjoy!