How to Draw Cogsworth, Cogsworth

Artist: Dawn / January 8, 2012

Step 1.

Okay folks, start by making a circle for the head and then the shape of the clock's body like so. Sketch in some face guides as well as a body guide.

Step 2.

You will now need to draw Cogsworth face, as well as the wood crown which is a decorative feature that acts as wig that men used to wear back in those days.

Step 3.

Draw the sketched in detailing on his crown, and then draw the eyes, eyebrows, and then color in the eyeballs. Draw the winder for his nose as well as the clock arms. Make a smile and some big cheeks.

Step 4.

Next, draw the actual shape of the body for the clock like so, which is as you can see almost bell shaped. Draw the decorative arms, and then move to step five.

Step 5.

Sketch in the detailing which is the woodwork on the arms, and then draw the nice detailing on the chest. Make the pendulum bob, as well as the arm for it.

Step 6.

For the last step, draw the base of the clock which also acts as the legs. Sketch in detailing along the base and then clean up the drawing.

Step 7.

The line art looks like the drawing you see here, so go ahead and color Cogsworth in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 8, 2012
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