How to Draw Daffy Easy

Artist: Dawn / May 11, 2012

Step 1.

Start off with an egg shape for Daffy's head and then sketch in a facial guideline.

Step 2.

Here is the most difficult part of the lesson and that's drawing out Daffy's bill. The best way to start is to make the three small humps that will make up the base of the bill that is attached to the face. Then make some swift lines to create a squa   

Step 3.

Draw out the long oval shapes for his eyes, then color in the pupils. Add the nose holes, then draw the bottom part of the bill like so. Give Daffy some dimples at the corners of his mouth.

Step 4.

As you can see you are almost done with Daffy. All you have to do here is draw out the bell shape of his head, and then add some feathers on the top like you see here.

Step 5.

Lastly, draw Daffy's neck, and then draw in the shoulders as well as the mark on his neck. Erase your mistakes then you're done.

Step 6.

Here is Daffy when you are done. Grab your black and orange markers, crayons, or pencils and color in the duck known as Daffy.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 11, 2012
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Tags: how to draw the looney tunes show, how to draw the looney tunes show characters
Description: Look at that face, how can you possibly deny this face of any kind of caring love and affection. I love Daffy Duck, he is by far one of my favorite Looney Tunes characters that I could sit and watch for long periods at a time. His quirky attitude and his bi-polar personality makes him a hoot to watch on screen. I love when they pair Daffy with Bugs, together they make a massive mix. This tutorial will show you "how to draw Daffy easy", step by step. I know that you will find this lesson a bit hard at first, but all you have to do is make the best of it as you take your time tackling the task of drawing Daffy easy. I have to really get some other stuff done so I will have to meet you all back here in a few. Peace out to those that love drawing, and adios to those that don't.