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How to Draw Bloody Gir

Artist: eeoopig / May 4, 2012
How to Draw Bloody Gir

Step 1.

Draw a line and separate in into 4, roughly the same size.

Step 2.

Draw a big “U” shape that takes up about 2/4 of the top half of the line. Then draw a smaller “U” shape at the 1/4 part, making sure to leave a small gap for the neck. Close “U”s up with a curved line. Then add two vertical lines, on of e   

Step 3.

Add two guidelines, horizontally, across the head, for the eyes. Then add a circle for the antenna, shoulders, and wrist. Then add guide dots for the shape of the legs.

Step 4.

Draw two big circles, using guidelines for eyes. Join antenna circle to head, with a triangular shaped join. Add triangular joins for both arms, from shoulder circle and wrist circle. Add claw shapes for the hands. Using guide dots, join and make leg   

Step 5.

Add curved lines across arms for detail. Draw curved line on head for mouth. Add three vertical lines across it. Draw a rectangle across middle of body and a smaller one across the large one, for the power box. Blend shoulder balls to body by adding    

Step 6.

Add all the BLOOD. I found it easier starting from the head to legs.

Step 7.

Erase all guide and unnecessary lines and...You have yourself a bloody GIR! Now colour, colour, COLOUR! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, because I sure did! :)

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Artist: eeoopig
Date Added: May 4, 2012
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Description: This is bloody GIR. In the episode “GIR Goes Crazy and Stuff”, there was meant to be a scene where GIR jumped out covered in blood. But nickelodeon decided that the scene was too violent for little kiddies. Since the crew already had the picture made, they decided to sneak in a few seconds of the picture in, on a couple of episodes. Just so you know, this was NOT the reason the show stopped being made! There were numerous reasons such as: it did not appeal to the right age group – it appealed to teenagers and adults, instead to 9 – 12 year olds. Anyway, I love GIR in all his forms, especially this one. This was how he was meant to be… Hope you enjoy drawing bloody GIR!