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When it comes to drawing, learning how to draw cartoon characters - those we know from the many popular comics, TV shows and movies. Iis a very enjoyable way to go about it. We all have our favorites, and for sure - we've all thought at one point or another. Woudn't it be cool if I could draw that character?! Snoopy, Hello Kitty. Spongebob! There all sorts of different famous cartoon characters to draw. In this area of the site, I'd like to show you how to draw some of my favorite characters - and more importantly. Some of yours! There's been lots of feedback as to who wants to draw what, so I've got a pretty good idea of what kinds of drawing lessons should be up in this section. Regarding the style of which the lessons are presented, I think it would be best to still to a very close likeness to the actual characters.
In other sections -- Cartoon Heroes Star Wars, going for a simplified likeness is fun as many of the characters are so popular - so iconic, that so long as you maintain certain attributes. They look like the characters you're trying to draw. Here though, many of the
famous characters I'll be making lessons around are already simple enough in nature that it only makes sense to draw close to how they would normally look. Keeping to a framework-first approach to help you out (if maintaining proportion early on is something you find to be helpful), we'll do the same here with these lessons, building up from there. Alright then, I'd say now's a pretty good time to get started. Choose one of the lessons from the list below, and be on your way to learning how to draw cartoon characters!
I'd say it's only right. to have a cartoon pencil drawing lesson on the site! Well, in all its step-by-step simplicity, here it is. As you can see, the finished product is indeed your 'average everyday' pencil. But as always, feel free to change things up. This lesson serves as a simple guide to drawing pencils, pens, crayons, markers. well - you get the idea. OK - let's get to it!. First Thing - Use a Rectangle to Guide You A nice skinny rectangle will do just perfect in keeping the shape of your soon-to-be cartoon pencil. Keep it super light, and once you're satisfied - begin by drawing the very tip. Drawing from left to right, here's how to bring your pencil into view.
And then, left to right once more for the details. Once you've come this far, all that's left is a few more lines/words on the main part of the 'drawing stick' and then - why not some color! Here's what it looks like when you're all done. And Then. You're Done! In my case, a couple more simple lines bring out the 'grip'. But of course, depending on what kind of drawing tool you drew, you may wish to add/omit details as you feel necessary. For example - if it's a pencil crayon, you may want to print the color 'Red' at one end. Up to you! Shall I add something else? Nah - nice and simple, that's all there is to say and draw for this cartoon pencil drawing lesson. And well, I hope you enjoyed it! See you again real soon for another! :-)
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