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How to Draw Alien Emoji


I bet you know someone who absolutely loves science fiction, also known as sci-fi? Do they constantly talk about the unexplored reaches of the galaxy and what sort of planets, stars, and comets can be found in the depths of space? I bet they love sci-fi movies too? They're probably a big fan of the Star Wars movies, or maybe of Star Trek, or maybe even both! I bet they've seen the Aliens movies hundreds of times, haven't they? I bet they also send you tons of texts and each and every one of them begins and ends with an alien emoji, right?

Have you ever thought of doing something nice for your sci-fi-crazy pal? But what do you get the guy (or girl) who already has fourteen pairs of Vulcan ears? How can you find a gift for the fellow who already has a gold-plated phaser and a real, working lightsaber?

How about the one thing that they DON'T have? A hand-drawn alien emoji by none other than you! That's right! You can draw an alien emoji using our really easy, super-fast drawing lesson and give it to all of your science fiction, space, and alien loving friends!

That is an out of this world gift idea!

Alien EMoji DRawing LESSON VIDEO

Impress your friends and family by learning to draw this alien emoji and be sure and color it when you are all finished. If you are looking for more ideas on ´╗┐emoji to draw, be sure and check out the Emojipedia. This website is a fascinating and excellent resource that is completely dedicated to all things emoticon-related! Emojipedia has tons of different kinds of emoticons, as well as emoji of all kinds: smileys and people, animals and nature, food and drink, activity, travel and places, objects, symbols, and flags!


We'll be doing lots more videos on how to draw emoticons, just like our how to draw alien emoji, so be sure and subscribe to our HowtoDrawandPaint channel to get those videos as soon as they're released!

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