How to Draw Chibi Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice

Artist: Dawn / December 2, 2011

Step 1.

Start off by drawing a round shape for the head and then add the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Here you will start drawing out the shape of his chibi face like so, and then draw the ear. You will lastly draw the rugged lining that forms his hair line.

Step 3.

Okay, next continue to sketch out his hair and be sure you draw the hair upward so that it comes out looking combed.

Step 4.

Using the facial guidelines all you have to do now is draw out his eyes and be sure to make the under lining very thick, bold, and dark. Draw the eyebrows in a slanted or frown like manner, and then add some detailing inside of the ear.

Step 5.

The hard part is over. What you need to do now is simply draw out his mouth and as you can see I managed to keep the mischievous smile.

Step 6.

You will now draw out the upper body. Start under the face and then draw the arms, torso, and V lined jacket bottom. Lastly for this step, draw in his small baby like hands, and then draw the tie, as well as all the vertical stripes on his jacket.

Step 7.

Draw the legs and then finish off this step by drawing out his small feet. Lastly, add the stripes and then begin cleaning up the drawing.

Step 8.

Here is the line art, as you can see it is all cleaned up and ready to color in. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, I know I had a lot of fun making it.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 2, 2011
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Description: Some of you may have watched me draw this next character live, and then again some of you didn't. Yesterday I learned for a second time that producers and directors plan on releasing a sequel to the very funny and entertaining Beetlejuice. Today I will be showing you "how to draw chibi Bettlejuice", step by step and I think you will be pleased with what I have for you. I go a lot of comments saying that the chibi version of Beetlejuice looks a lot like a Saiyan. That is probably due to the fact that the hair is yellow, and in that fiery style that we all recognize. As you can see by the finished drawing in the main thumbnail, chibi Beetlejuice is going to be easy to replicate. His head is big and his body is small. The hands are childlike and because of this you will definitely enjoy this lesson on drawing a chibi version of Beetlejuice. I have to go but I will return. Peace out people and enjoy.