how to draw blacktop
Step 1. How to Draw Blacktop
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Uploaded: November 10, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: November 10, 2010
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Zevo-3 is becoming more and more popular with kids across the states. Well, I don't know about that, but I do know that it is a cool show. Anyways, if you remember I have already submitted quite a few lessons on some of the main figures from Zevo-3. Today, I will be teaching you guys "how to draw Blacktop", step by step and the reason why I chose Blacktop is because he is one of my favorite characters in the series. Now, as you know the evil doctor Stankfoot is Always racking his brain when it comes to creating new and improved minions to work at is disposal. Blacktop happens to be Stankfoot's first creation and you know what they say about all first generation creations, they are the best, but not the strongest. Don't get me wrong, Blacktop is great, and being made up of all kinds of condensed asphalt, concrete and what have you, he is a very intimidating creature. In fact he is so crude, it would be almost impossible for you or I to capture him because of the fact that his very body can turn into a liquefied state. Blacktop can turn into a messy glob of thick heavy tar whenever he wants to. Because he has this ability he is able to pour himself down drains, sewers, and any other kind of hole that will enable a liquid mess drip down through the holes. If you look at him closely, he sort of looks like an alien figure that could totally pass as an enemy of Ben 10. Anyways, you should enjoy this lesson when it comes time to draw Blacktop. Not only will you have a blast, you might just get your pencil stuck to the paper seeing how he is nothing more than a bundle of gooey tar. That does it for me folks, I must now call it quits because I have to prepare for a live stream session. I will see all of you in the room, and remember to bring your personality and humour with you. Peace, and enjoy the rest of your drawing day!