How to Draw 3D Squidward

Artist: Dawn / January 29, 2015

Step 1.

Begin by drawing the round, odd shape for the head, then sketch in the facial guidelines as well as the neck, body and leg guides.

Step 2.

Next, draw in the typical hot dog shaped nose.

Step 3.

Attached to the nose, you will draw in the large shaped eyes. Squidward always has these lazy eyes so draw the lids and pupils.

Step 4.

Now you can draw in the deflated look of Squidward's head. Then draw the face shape followed by the drooping cheeks.

Step 5.

Add the forehead wrinkles, then add some speckles on top of the head. Also add the mouth line too.

Step 6.

Squidward's head is all done. Now you can start drawing the body starting with the skinny neck. Draw in the shirt collar, shoulders and sleeves.

Step 7.

Finish the torso shape by drawing the rest of his body. Then draw in his hips and legs.

Step 8.

Like always, Squidward stands with his arms and hands down his sides. Draw the tentacle arms and hand, then add some specks on the palm of his hand for the suction cups.

Step 9.

Lastly, draw the four feet which are pointed up at the tips, then add some speckles on the feet too. Erase your mistakes then you are all done.

Step 10.

You are finished. Now you can color in your drawing of this 3D version of Squidward.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 29, 2015
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Description: I am going to try and get these new 3D SpongeBob characters uploaded as fast as possible because I have to get some other tuts done that I have ideas for. Up next, we will learn how to draw 3D Squidward, step by step. Of course this squidly character is going to be part of the new 'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water' film due to be released February 6th of this year (2015). Squidward keeps his looks but instead of a flat cartoon style, he has a much more realistic quality to him. Drawing Squidward in his 3D form will be both fun and exciting, and I'm sure once you have completed the task, you will be more than happy that you decided to tackle this task. Have fun and keep those eyes peeled because there is still two more characters that will be going up.