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First Step - Draw a Squared Framework for Spongebob

While Spongebob does take on a cube-like shape on the show, here we're drawing him looking straight-on, and as such - we don't need to account for depth with this look. Still though, Spongebob's shape isn't exactly a perfect square/rectangle. His top part (the sponge) actually tapers off nearing his shirt and pants. So then, yes the square guide will be helpful, but still - you'll need to deviate inside it as you go on to sketch his lower half. Here's how to draw Spongebob's head - err -- sponge!...

Something cool with this particular character, is the randomness involved in two parts - the curvy perimeter of the sponge, and the greenish 'sponge holes' that come near the very end. If you look at a picture of Spongebob, you'll see that there are relatively few greenish spots - but sometimes they can change in shape and number between images. With the curvy lines, I went a little bit 'freestyle' in the way I drew them. Looking at a picture though - you can get yours looking closer to 'bang-on'. And - now that the core part of Spongebob's complete, it's on to the rest of him... his limbs and any remaining details. Here's how to draw the rest of Spongebob...

Second Step - How to Draw Spongebob's Limbs. The only real tricky part in my opinion, would be the hands. Practice off to the side a few times until you. The only real tricky part in my opinion, would be the hands. Practice off to the side a few times until you

. Step by step.GO! Not much changes with respect to how to draw this character .. The grey horizontal lines are important in that they mark off those areas where A . An example of this would be when you draw his mouth so that it's open.in relation to others. this is easy enough to do. 1 2 3 .Here's a Simple Guideline for Drawing Squidward Squidward is actually a fairly straight-forward character to draw.. can be broken down into a couple shapes .. Beginning with the eyes and central areas of his face.straight on. content expression. Framework in hand.How to Draw Squidward.One of the neat things about drawing Spongebob like this .let's take a look at what Spongebob looks like completed. Below. His cheeks would 'raise up' when he has a big smile. Looking at a reference picture of the character. OK then. And now .his arms connect.resembling that of a skull. and you'd want to draw two arcs at either end of his mouth . First Step .where his 'four squiddish legs' connect. and working your way outward (and then down the body) from there. this is how it unfolds.. and with a fairly generic. is that it's easy to make some subtle changes next time through .having already drawn him in a fairly basic way..and even his head specifically.and doable. I've marked off key points to help you progress with this character. drawing him becomes all the more understandable . . let's draw!!!!!!!!!! Second Step .each one slightly overlapping his lower outer eye. He's composed of a simple shape layout . and B .

Here's how to sketch a nice-looking framework. mapping out the horizontal position of her forearms. .one to form a cross over the face . draw yourself an angel framework similar to the one I've illustrated in the examples...the other.First Step . Notice the use of two horizontal lines .A Unique and Simple Framework to Draw an Angel Keeping things symmetrical and simple.

.. draw yourself an angel framework similar to the one I've illustrated in the examples. it only makes sense that we draw this part first... So.. In three parts.. Final Step . Feet.the other. Second Step . And not necessarily a triangle.however you intend them to look.. mapping out the horizontal position of her forearms. The blue vertically-aligned ovals that you see beneath the head circle are actually the angel's hands as they come together in a praying position. This is not to imply that your angel's hands should look ovular.Draw the Upper Portion As I mentioned up top. Here's how to sketch a nice-looking framework. sketching in the lines (those that aren't obstructed!) in and around her torso will be much easier. move on down to draw in her dress and feet.A Unique and Simple Framework to Draw an Angel Keeping things symmetrical and simple.First Step . here's how to sketch her upper half. the dress of your angel can be simplified as one shape..sequence is of the essence. in this lesson . but it does help to guide you as you draw them . here the dress/gown is more ovular and curvy in nature. After. similar to the Cartoon Princess from before. Again.Draw in Her Body.one to form a cross over the face . This cartoon angel's arms are set in front of the rest of her body. Notice the use of two horizontal lines . . Halo and Wings In one final phase of this cartoon angel drawing lesson.

And after that ... just like this. .give your cartoon angel a halo and a pair of wings.

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. give your bird more of a neck and a smaller head. with respect to the order by which we go about it. smaller eyes. For example.First Step .you can see that it's pretty generic.go ahead and map out/visualize the form that your soon-to-be bird will take on. lots of ideas come to mind! And that's that... I hope you enjoyed this lesson. First thing then .The Structure for a Cartoon Bluebird... let's draw now....... Step by step.How to Draw a Twitter Bird Drawing this cute little bird is much the same with any other animal. add some details for feathers. here's how it comes to be.. OK.you may wish to take a different route.at a 3/4 view as it's seen here. See if you can change the structure to best suit the 'look' you're going for. Looking at the finished version . :-) . You can do all sorts of little things to change yours up..... Here it is. is an excellent starting point as you get an immediate feel for the path your drawing will take.. Second Step ... The eyes and beak . it's quite easy to do as the entire shape is based around a couple circles. change the feathers to be more curved and less pointy. Really... Of course ...

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