Jin’s Drawing Skill
Next is the worldwide handsome Kim Seokjin, do you want to know more about how well he draws? Well, let’s find out now!
The first picture is Jin’s drawing from one of the Rookie King episodes which was aired back in 2013. The second picture is where Jin drew his ideal type. What do you think, ARMY? Do you fit his preference?
For the last picture on the right, it was Jin’s drawing about Jungkook during their ‘Home Party’ Events back in 2017.
Jin amazingly drew Jungkook’s body with his eyes closed! He truly is a talented man, don’t you guys agree?
The first and second picture are from their Bangtan Bomb during the early part of 2014, where the members had to draw something for New Year’s. The picture on the right is from either 2015 or 2016; not only JIn, but other members, like Suga and thr maknae line, worked on the drawing, as well.
The first picture is from a BTS fansign event where an ARMY asked Jin to draw her, and that’s the final results. The second picture is from the BTS variety show called American Hustle Life, where, at that time, Jin and J-Hope were on one team. They had to learn beat boxing and some dance moves to perform on their mini live showcase.
During their break, 2seok and one of the trainers were chilling outside and they did a drawing session. Like we can see in the picture, Jin drew a dog, including the sound effect word. Here is the video for you guys:
The last picture is about Jin, himself. BTS was asked by ARMY’s to draw how much they’ve changed since debuting.
The picture was all during Run BTS! episode. 41, where Jin became the MC and drew jpictures for the other members to guess as one of their games.
The picture above is from the Run BTS! Chuseok special in 2017. Jin drew some hangul on a long paper. Its says, “I hope the God of luck is with you”. What he meant is that even if you are ready, you need luck to succeed.
In 2018, during the Bangtan Bomb ‘Idol’ comeback stage, the members did a drawing session backstage. Jin drew a whale with a word ‘Kore’ under it. This drawing also appeared in the ‘Idol’ music video, as well.
Not just that, he drew ‘Kore’ again during one of their Japanese interviews. Jin also drew the cute whale on a white shirt during the ‘5th Muster’ event. Take a look at the picture below:
BT21: Jin Drawing RJ
We all know that Jin sometimes looks a lot like an Alpaca, especially when he is munching or mumbling; he acknowledges it, as well. That’s why he chose an Alpaca as the reference for his BT21 character.
Jin said that he already created the character two years ago, so he already had the idea on his head right away and drew it fast. He also created various alpaca characters, like an auntie alpaca and uncle alpaca, and skinny, chubby, and sweaty alpacas. Let’s check out his drawing of RJ below:
Here is also the backstory of RJ and his family, created by our Worlwide Handsome. Check out the video below!
Suga’s Drawing Skill
Our Min PD-nim always uses his creativity by writing a lot of song lyrics and music arrangements. The same goes for his drawing, which always amazes us for the cuteness in it. Well then, should we start looking his drawinga? Take a look below!
The second picture is one of his drawings from a Rookie KIng episode, and he got a chance to draw Jimin. We can see he tries to add Jimin’s iconic abs, as well. What do you think, does Jimin look sexy in Suga’s picture?
The last picture was drawn either in 2015 during their first exhibition, or in 2016.
The first picture is where Suga did a drawing for one of the official goody books for their world tour concert. The other picture is Suga attempting to draw a chirstmas tree.
Once, Suga had a birthday celebration and made some custom gifts for ARMY. In this moment, Suga also has spent a lot of time to draw, like in the gif. Here is the full video of his birthday event preparations:
Not only that, Suga also prepared some snacks and a letter that was handwritten by himself. How sweet and caring he is, despite how tired he actually was, right ARMY?
This drawing was made by Suga during their ‘Summer Package’ edition at Dubai back in 2016. He tried to tell us about their trip to the desert.
During the BTS ‘Home Party’ event, Suga got a chance to draw Taehyung. But because of his good sense of humor, he drew a letter ‘V’ instead of a proper drawing.
BT21: Suga Drawing Shooky
When all the BTS members had to draw their own BT21 character, Suga tried to draw his dog Holly, and it turned out to be cute, yet creepy at the same time. In the third picture below, you can see that he got inspired by Jin’s alpaca design.
Suga couldn’t draw the body design, but the face turned out to be good enough. At the end, the Line designer didn’t use his model for the character, they instead drew a cookie character named Shooky.
Here is the video of making of Suga’s character with the other member, as well:
J-Hope’s Drawing Skill
Now, let’s move on to the BTS dance captain, J-Hope. It’s kinda rare to find him drawing, but once he did, the result is better than we expected. Let’s start from the first picture below!
The first one is his drawing from ‘Rookie King’. J-Hope and Namjoon had to draw Jimin that time. The right one is J-Hope’s drawing, while on the left one is Namjoon’s drawing.
The very first picture on the left is on ‘The Show’ backstage back in 2014, where J-Hope had to draw pictures for the other members to guess. He even made Bang PD-nim during the game, which made all the members burst into laughter.
The picture in the center in the second line is during BTS’s Japanese interview, where J-Hope had to draw his ideal type. The rest are from their fansign events. There is also the video for you guys to watch J-Hope drawing, below.
The next one is from BTS ‘Summer Package 2015’, where all the members had to put a snake around their neck and touch it, as well. During that time, J-Hope was scared the most.
J-Hope then drew himself with a scared face and the snake. He also wrote in his journal how scary it was since it was the first time for him to touch a snake. It also became one of his historical moments during the event.
BT21: J-Hope Drawing Mang
During the making of the BT21 characters, J-Hope chose a horse as his animal reference. He said that the reason why he chose a horse is because most people dislike it as a cartoon character, and he wanted to change that by making the the character cute.
J-Hope also said that Mang is gender-neutral, which mean that he is not a female or a male either. This mades ARMY proud of him and how amazing his idea was.
Here is a video where J-Hope introducing Mang for the first time: