How to Draw Charlie Brown and Snoopy
Start off with a series of shapes to make up the guide frame for Charlie and Snoopy. All shapes should be connected.
Using the bigger shape you made in step one, draw Charlie Brown's head and then draw in the side view of his nose.
Next, we will work on Snoopy getting drawn out. This should be his head shaped like a peanut, then draw the back of his body and then the ear.
Color the black spot on Snoopy's ear, then draw in his closed eyes, eyebrows and then nose. You will also need to add Charlie's eye, ear and hair strand.
Almost done folks so keep going. We will now draw Charlie's shirt collar, the back of his arm, then draw the hands for both Charlie and Snoopy. Give Snoopy a dog collar and then draw the belly and thigh.
You will complete Charlie Brown by drawing in his shorts, legs and shoes. Don't forget to add the sock line on his ankles and the line for the shirt.
Lastly, draw Snoopy's feet and toes, then give him a wagging tail. Also don't forget to color in a black spot on his back. Erase the mistakes and guides then add some laces on Charlie's shoes.
April 30, 2017
Description: Two of the most iconic figures from newspaper comics is the two you see in front of you now. This lesson is going to show you "how to draw Charlie Brown and Snoopy" in a loving hug pose. I don't know if you remember me saying, but there is an actual Charlie Brown movie coming out called 'Peanuts'. It's a CGI film and its set to be released in 2015 which is next year. The movie actually looks very cute, and I know for a fact that I will go see it with my little sister. Anyways, drawing Charlie Brown and Snoopy is a concept that I know many people will enjoy. So go ahead and have fun, and if there is any other characters from the Peanuts Gang that you would like to see let me know.