How to draw squidward from spongebob

How to draw squidward from spongebob with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw cartoons for beginners and kids.

How to draw squidward from spongebob

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

We start drawing our hero here with such a flattened oval. A bit like the first step of the lesson dedicated to Eric Cartman, but flatter version.

Step 2

This step seems to be very difficult, but it is not. Just try to stick to the sequence, and you won’t be confused. First, below the oval draw a small trapezoid, slightly tapering downwards.
Then, at the bottom of the trapezoid, draw the lower part of the mouth, in a form similar to a sad face (not surprising). Use two vertically stretched ovals to draw the eyes.

Step 3

Outline the contours of Squidward’s body, it should be long and elongated. First, draw a rectangle of the torso, connecting it to the head with a thin neck. Then draw a circle below the shape of the body, and then – tentacles. They are a bit like an inverted brush, but very schematically drawn.

Step 4

Just one short step. Draw a small sleeve at the top of the torso, also draw a collar in the neck area. Then draw the arms. Note the length of the forearm relative to the rest of the arm.

Step 5

Draw Squidward’s face. The eyelid line is located a little higher than where the movement of the circle has an angular shape. By the way, these half-hidden eyelids are a great reception in animation, used to convey a haggard or skeptical look. You can see the same point, for example in the drawing lesson on how to draw Brian Griffin. Don’t forget to draw wrinkles above the eyes.

Step 6

Finish off the lesson on how to draw Squidward from Spongebob Squarepants by adding details. At first, using long lines, separate the tentacles (legs?) of our character. Draw the contours of the back of the hand and indicate the dots on the forehead. Color him.

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