how to draw percy jackson
Drawing  percy jackson, Added by Dawn, February 1, 2011, 2:50:13 am
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Uploaded: February 1, 2011
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 10
Updated: February 1, 2011
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Well, here is what almost everyone has been asking for since last year when the movie came out in theaters. I will finally fulfill many requests for me to submit this lesson on "how to draw Percy Jackson", step by step. To tell you the truth, I should have made this tutorial a long time ago when he first became popular. In this description I will talk a little bit about Percy Jackson before you get started with the lesson. Some of you may not know that Percy Jackson is a character from a book series created by Rick Riordan. The first book is called Percy Jackson the Lightning Thief, then came Percy Jackson the Sea of Monsters, next up is Percy Jackson the Titan’s Curse, followed by Percy Jackson the Battle of the Labyrinth, Percy Jackson the Last Olympian, and finally Percy Jackson the Lost Hero. Instead of the book series, I’m more familiar with the movie adaptation of Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief which was pretty good, but a bit boring at times. I think the creatures and characters where pretty cool, but sometimes it almost seemed like I was watching a miniseries like Hercules or Masters of the Universe. Percy is as you know, the son of Poseidon, and in the movie he was being accused as being the thief who stole Zeus’s lightning bolt. During the film Percy embarks on an adventure that leads him to the truth about who he is and what his future holds. One of the things I liked was the adventures he went on, and some of the humor was okay. Overall it is predicted that the Percy Jackson series is going to be the next Harry Potter. Whether or not this is going to turn out to be true, is all up to the fans, writers, and producers. Anyways you should have an awesome time learning "how to draw Percy Jackson" in his animated state. When you are done following the tutorial, be sure to leave a comment to let me know what you think of the lesson. Peace out everyone and I will be back another day!