How to Draw Chibi Scooby-Doo
To draw your own chibi Scooby-Doo you will need to draw two circles, one for the head and one for the body. The two shapes will be connected by a neck line and then you will need to draw in the facial guidelines. Draw a curved tail line and then the
You will now use the facial guidelines to draw out the eyes, nose, and mouth and or jowls. Next draw the shape of the eyebrows and move to the next step.
You will now draw out the shape of chibi Scooby-Doo's head which includes the muzzle, jaw, and ears. Add some detail and definition as well to make this Great Dane pup something to look at.
Now you will draw in the eyeballs and make sure you color in the pupils. Once the eyes are finished you can then start sketching out chibi Scooby's chest and front legs. Draw the toe shapes as well and then draw the dog tag that displays the initials
Here is your last drawing step and as you can see all you have to do is draw out the tail and then two of his spots. Once that is done you can start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.
September 9, 2009
Description: Remember yesterday when I said that I was going to submit two more tutorials that were chibi based? Well I am here today to submit my first of four lessons and the first one is going to teach you “how to draw chibi Scooby-Doo step by step”. I have a few Scooby-Doo tutorials already on the site and they can be found in the Cartoon Network section under the cartoons category. Scooby is one of the more popular characters from the animated series and I am very happy that I am submitting this chibi version of him. As many of you know his main squeeze is Shaggy and the two are absolutely inseparable. I think chibi Scooby-Doo came out really nice and I know you guys will have a great time drawing him out too. Maybe I will do a lesson on a chibi Shaggy in the future just so the two match each other. The chibi version of Scooby reminds me of the animated series “A Pup Named Scooby-Doo” that airs on Cartoon Network because he looks like the baby version of the full grown Scooby. This tutorial is cute and very easy. I think you will like learning “how to draw chibi Scooby-Doo step by step”. I have to go because there is three more lessons that I need to put up. I will be back soon so keep your eyes peeled and remember to draw your little hearts out everyday to get better at what you love!