Minecraft and kzone are the best
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Step 1: Patience you must have.
Lightly sketch the form with a pencil. Add a cross hair shape on the head as a guide to mark the eye line and centre of the face.
Step 2: Truly wonderful, the mind of a K-Zoner is.
Draw the teardrop shaped eyes, then the brow line. Sketch the nose, then the mouth and lines. Outline his face, add the forehead lines and don't forget his hair. Now draw Yoda's ears!
Step 3: Judge me by my size, do you?
Draw the coat, then the garment on his chest and sash on his waist. Draw one arm at a time. The left ends in an open hand, so draw the palm, then the left sleeve on the hand. For the right arm, draw the gripping hand, then the lightsaber handle and the lightsaber blade! For Yoda's legs, draw below the torso, then add the legs. Add folds on the pants, and draw his three-toed feet!
Step 4: May the Force be with you.
Go over your pencil marks with a pen, cleaning up the lines as you go, and making any necessary adjustments. Once the ink has dried, erase all the pencil marks.
Step 5: Do or do not, there is no try.
Add colour to your artwork and Yoda is now ready to train some Padawans!