How to Draw Baby Tazmanian Devil from Looney Tunes Step by Step Drawing Tutorial
Today, I will show you how to draw a baby Tazmanian Devil (Chibi Taz) … As the youngest of the Looney Tunes, the Tasmanian Devil, or ‘Taz’ as he has come to be known, is generally portrayed as a dim-witted teenager-type with a notoriously short temper and little patience from Looney Tunes. He is from the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of animated cartoon. Learn how to draw him in the following step by step drawing lesson for kids, teens, and others. Here are Other Looney Tunes Drawing Tutorials.
How to Draw Baby Tazmanian Devil from Looney Tunes Step by Step Drawing Lesson for Kids
Step 1. Start off by drawing the basic shapes of the face. Create a circle for the head, ovals for the eyes and ears, also nose. Add 2 semicircles for the mouth and triangles for the fangs. Finally, create an oval-ish shape for the jaw.
Step 2. Adding details to the face. Draw the pupils using 2 small circles inside the eyes, add the eyebrows by drawing rectangles, you can color the nose if you want. For the hair, use random curved shapes and peaks, next add the inner shapes of the ears.
Step 3. Drawing the body. Let`s create 2 curved lines for the arms. Draw small circles for the hands and fingers too.
Step 4. The legs. As we did for the arms, creat 2 curved lines for the legs, and add 2 circles for the feet, draw small lines to create the toes.
Step 5. Draw around the guidelines to fill the whole shape of the body, including arms, legs, etc
Step 6. Now just erase the guidelines, and that`s all!
Above you can see the traditional colors to use to color in Taz. However, this is a baby version of him, so do what you want.
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