How To Draw Donald Duck
A little V shape in the back of Donald Duck's mouth represents
Hello, my name's Jamie Sale. I'm a freelance cartoonist from Essex, and I'm going to be teaching you how to draw cartoons. This is how you draw Donald Duck. Firstly, you start off with the shape of the head which is sort of circular in this case. You add another circle up here which is going to represent the hat, and another circle there which is also going to represent the hat. The next part is to add in a beak so if you put the end of the beak in there and just kind of work out the shape of the beak, put in a circle there for the bottom. This can be a bit tricky, but as long as you use all the correct shapes and things, it will be fine. Now, what you do is you join these shapes up like this so you get a good idea where everything is. Of course, you're just seeing me draw this line in here. This represents his bottom lip there. And this is his smile, so you just check that off. We're going to draw his eyes in so draw in too circles inside here like that. This part of the beak here, if you get a line here and just go down and this can go around it here and make it sort of three dimensional. This bit goes up and around. So you've got the basic beak shape and you just kind of build the head. Don't forget to put the pupils in his eyes that go to the bottom right hand side. And his eyebrows extend almost out from his head. And there's hair coming from our eyebrow. When drawing his hat, we're going to do the part that sits on his head first. That's going to be black, so you can just shade that in. And then the actual top part of the hat comes around. Don't draw in the full circle because it's just a crease that this is representing. Then just go over it a bit harder in pencil. And in his mouth, he's got like a little V shape in there which I think represents the back of his throat. Once you've done that, you then add in this part of his hat here. That's also black so you can shade that in as well. And that's how you draw Donald Duck. .http://www.jamiesale-cartoonist.com http://www.celebrity-cartoons.net
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