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Uploaded: April 9, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: April 9, 2010
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I saw that Teton asked if I could do a lesson on a Bleach character that is both popular, and somewhat beautiful. I will fill the request with pleasure seeing how I am a fan of Bleach and all. The video lesson that she provided was cool, but I know a lot of the members like having a real step by step tutorial appose to the video ones. Anyway, I will submit my last tutorial for the day and it's going to be on “how to draw Halibel", step by step. Her full manga name is Tia Harribel or spelled Tia Halibel. She is the third Espada in Aizen's army. As we speak, she is the only female in the Espada. Despite what her image may sometimes look like, she actually has dark colored skin, very yellow blonde, hair that she wears as a messy braided do, and pretty green eyes. She almost always wears her white suit with the tall collar covering her neck, and lower half of her face. Another distinctive thing about her face is her cat like blonde eyelashes. The provocative thing about her Arrancar clothing is how her jacket only covers half of her big breasts. When her jacket is open, the tattoo of her Espada number can be seen on the left side of her right breast. As for her weapon, she carries her Zanpakuto on her back in a horizontal manor. Unlike other Zanpakuto's hers is a broad sword, and relatively short. Let's start talking about her personality. Halibel is very quiet which means she hardly ever speaks. When she does feel like she has something to say, it's usually pretty serious. You know how a lot of the Espada are very gun ho, and just rush into doing anything or starting a fight with anybody right? Well, Halibel is a lot more level headed, receptive, hesitant about getting into combat, and she is also known to analyze her surroundings and how things present themselves. I loved drawing out this character, and I hope you too will love this lesson on “how to draw Halibel", step by step. That does it for me, but I shall return tomorrow with more drawing fun. Adios my fellow friends and artists!