How to Draw Nintendo Heroes and Villains

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Cover art of the book.

How to Draw Nintendo Heroes and Villains was a book written by Michael Teitelbaum and illustrated by Ron Zalme. Published in March 2004[1], it shows how to draw Nintendo's famous characters such as Mario, Donkey Kong, and Link. A lot of the images the book teaches to draw are rendered artworks of the various characters from their respective games.

Drawings[edit]

The drawings go in order as they appear in the book:

The Kerog error.

Trivia[edit]

  • Bowser was infamously called Kerog by mistake; this was fixed in the successor How to Draw Nintendo Greatest Heroes & Villains.
  • Tiny Kong and Chunky Kong's artwork are the only artworks based on their in-game models and not their rendered models.
  • Despite assisting the Kongs in Donkey Kong 64, Snide is labeled as a "villain."

References[edit]

  1. ^ Open Library Retrieved December 2, 2010