How to Draw Chibi Johnny Depp

Artist: Dawn / June 18, 2011

Step 1.

Draw a circle for the head and then draw out the body shape as well. When that is done draw in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Draw out the shape of Johnny's face and then draw out the hair line that frames his forehead. The hair should be wavy and a bit curly.

Step 3.

Using the face guides that you drew in step one. Draw in the very big shapes of the eyes and make sure that the the lining along the ends is very thick and bold. Draw in the eyebrows.

Step 4.

Draw out the eyeballs, and then draw in his nice mustache. When that is done you can draw in the W lined mouth and then give him some chin hair.

Step 5.

Great job so far guys, as you can see chibi Johnny is coming along nicely. Draw in his chibi fedora, and then move to step six.

Step 6.

Now that the hat is drawn in, you can finish sketching out the hair. This includes curls, and some waves.

Step 7.

Draw the collar for his jacket and then draw in the small chibi arms.

Step 8.

Draw the rest of the jacket length and then draw in his small hands. As you can see your figure is coming along nicely.

Step 9.

Draw out the legs and the rest of the body like so, and then draw in a zipper. You are almost done with this lesson guys keep going.

Step 10.

Draw in the stripes on the pants and then draw in the collar for the shirt. Draw out the shoes and then start erasing the lines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 11.

Here is what Johnny looks like now that you are all done. Color him in and then you're set. Thanks for joining me with drawing chibi Johnny Depp.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 18, 2011
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Description: I think this is going to be the last lesson for the day that I will submit. I have received so many requests for me to make a tutorial on "how to draw chibi Johnny Depp", and so after carefully thinking about it, I said what the heck. I mean it’s not like Johnny isn’t popular enough, he is in all those Pirates of the Caribbean movies, and he even played a newer version of Willy Wonka that was strangely entertaining. The chibi version of Depp was a little tricky to draw because at first I wasn’t sure what a chibi Johnny Depp would look like. I just found a reference picture and went with the flow. In the end I think I conquered the feat of making a well-known star look good even as a well-known chibi star. This should be a pretty simple lesson to follow. If you take your time and go with the flow as well, you should find that it really isn't that hard to "draw chibi Johnny Depp".