How to Draw Bobby Hill from King of the Hill

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Bobby Hill is very easy to draw. Start with a circle for the shape of his head and then add the facial guidelines. Next, draw the body guidelines that you see here until you have a nice mannequin like frame for this King of the Hill star.


In this step you will start drawing out the shape of Bobby Hills head and face as seen here and then draw in his eyes and nose. Draw the front part of his stomach and then start drawing out the arms and shorts. Also, you have to draw out his hair lin   


As you know Bobby Hill has a very friendly and kind smile, so that is what you will be adding next. Add a small curved dash for his chin and then detail inside of the ears. Draw Bobby's arms and hands as well as detail and define his shorts and draw    


This is your last drawing step and all you have to do is finish drawing out his legs and then add the lining for his socks, and sneaks. Erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one, and then move to the finished line art step.


When you are done Bobby Hill should come out looking like the drawing you see here. Color him in and you have yourself a finished tutorial on "how to draw Bobby Hill from King of the Hill" step by step.

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May 16, 2009

Description: King of the Hill is an animated comedy series that I have been watching on and off for a few years now. Because I like the show so much I did some tutorials on the main characters that are always standing on the sidewalk in front of the fence. These people are Hank, Boomhauer, Bill, and Dale. A few days ago someone asked me to do a lesson on the rest of the Hill family and because I always fill request, I am submitting this next lesson on “how to draw Bobby Hill from King of the Hill step by step”. Bobby is a thirteen year old boy that is always trying to do the right thing. He loves and looks up to his father Hank and he even at times used to look up to his newly deceased grandfather Cotton Hill. Bobby often hangs with Joseph Gribble who is John Redcorn's biological son and Connie Souphanousinphone the Asian girl next door. I like Bobby because his personality is always changing and he even sometimes tries to be a rebel. If you are one of those people that likes to watch "King of the Hill", then you will appreciate this tutorial on “how to draw Bobby Hill from King of the Hill step by step”. I actually have to go and write out five more lessons that I am submitting today. I can tell you that my friend “Hydrophoenix” is going to like one of them for sure. Okay see ya for now, Dragon_Queen signing out!

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