How to Make a Kirby Character with your keyboard
Did you know you can use your keyboard to make an awesome kirby character? You don’t need any special hardware to do this and it doesn’t cost anything.
All you need is your keyboard and 2 minutes of your time to make this awesome Kirby character on your screen. Follow the steps below to learn how to make Kirby on your screen.
About Kirby character
Kirby is a lovable little pink puffball who has been the star of many Nintendo games over the years. If you’re a fan of Kirby, you can use your keyboard to create your own Kirby character.
What you need to make a Kirby character
In order to make a Kirby character with your keyboard, you will need:
- A computer with internet access
- A keyboard.
- An email account.
- You will also need access to a printer.
Once you have all of these things, you will be ready to begin.
Step 1: Create The Bottom Half
Start by creating the bottom half of the Kirby character. To do this, use the O key for the head, the N key for the left arm, and the M key for the right arm. For each one of these, type in all lowercase letters except O which should be typed in uppercase letters (except when typing on a mobile device).
Step 2: Draw the face and top half
Now that you have the basic shape of Kirby, it’s time to start drawing his face and adding some details. Start by drawing two small circles for his eyes, then add a large oval for his mouth.
Draw a horizontal line across the oval for his teeth, and don’t forget to give him a big red tongue! For the top half of his body, start by drawing two small rectangles for his arms, then add a large oval for his belly.
Step 3: Add color and details
Now that you have the basic shape of Kirby, it’s time to add some color and details. Use the paint bucket tool to fill in Kirby’s body with pink.
Then, use the black paintbrush to add Kirby’s eyes, mouth, and any other details you want. Finally, use the eraser tool to clean up any stray lines. And voila! You now have an adorable Kirby character.
Kirby is a pink, spherical character who made his first appearance in the 1992 game Kirby’s Dream Land. He has since appeared in over twenty games, most of which have been released on Nintendo consoles.
Follow the above instructions and make a Kirby character using your keyboard.