how to draw joey
Step 1. How to Draw Joey
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Uploaded: May 3, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: May 3, 2010
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This is going to be a fun lesson for me to upload because one of my family members is a big fan of this next character. I received a request to draw someone from Yu-Gi-Oh. His manga or anime name is Katsuya Jonouchi, but the English version name is Joey Wheeler. I can remember my brother telling me he was a big fan of Yu-Gi-Oh, and this was when he was eleven years old. Joey Wheeler is sixteen years old who attends Domino High School. Now, because Joey has a tendency to say anything that comes to mind, which is why he is always getting into some kind of pickle. I guess you can say he has earned himself a reputation for being a smart mouth, and that is what leads him to get into trouble. For those of you that are fans of Yu-Gi-Oh, you may remember how Joey was a bully to Yugi. Over time, he and Yugi become best friends, and because of that Joey drops his tough guy exterior and exposes himself in his true form. Now because I am no big fan of the series, I have to turn to my brother for info on certain characters that he is familiar with. As you know each character has their own deck of dual cards. In the beginning, Jonouchi had a deck that consisted mainly of warrior type monsters. Once he started training with Sugoroku Mutto, or Solormon, he slowly started to add more monsters to his deck. My brother also told me that a majority of his monsters are fire based, which means his signature monsters are all fire-type. Remember when I said that Joey's personality sometimes gets him in trouble? Well, to support his cockiness, the English voice of Joey Wheeler, has a Brooklyn, N.Y accent. According to my brother, Jonouchi or Joey is a cool character, and I think he's right. Today you will get the chance to learn “how to draw Joey Wheeler”, step by step. I think you will find this lesson easy to follow, and simple to understand. I will be back in a bit with more drawing fun. Peace out and have a happy drawing day.