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How to draw Boom Boom | Super Mario

Get ready to draw Boom Boom, the notorious Super Mario baddie, known for his spinning arms and fierce loyalty to Bowser. This guide will arm you with the steps to create your own drawing of this relentless adversary.

Defining Boom Boom’s Brute Characteristics

When drawing Boom Boom, emphasize these key features to portray his powerful presence:

  • The large, expressive eyes full of mischief and determination
  • His massive hands ready to strike at Mario and Luigi
  • The distinctive shell that sets him apart from other Koopa species

As for technique, begin with gentle lines for the basic structure and gradually add more forceful strokes for definition.

Your Illustrated Guide to Drawing Boom Boom

This guide consists of a sequence of 10 high-quality images, each illustrating a step in Boom Boom’s creation. Understand the color codes:

  • Grey Color: Lays out the initial sketch for proper proportions
  • Black Color: Represents the lines from the previous steps
  • Red Color: Indicates the current focus in the drawing process

Begin with a foundational sketch, then trace over it with details. Optionally, ink the final lines and remove the pencil sketch to finish your Boom Boom masterpiece.

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How to draw Boom Boom from Super Mario games - step 01

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How to draw Boom Boom from Super Mario games

With your Boom Boom drawing complete, it’s time to share your triumph. Post your artwork on Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest. Every sketch you share with SketchOk is a celebration of the characters we love.

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