How to Draw Elmer Fudd

Artist: Dawn / March 14, 2009

Step 1.

To start, just draw a medium sized circle for Elmer's head and then add his body lines of position. Once that is drawn out you can add the facial guidelines and the shapes for his hands.

Step 2.

In this next step you will start by sketching out the lining of his hunters hat and then the shape of his round face including cheeks. Draw the oval shapes for his eyes and then finish off the lining for his body. See, so far this is easy right?

Step 3.

Step three is easy as well. What you will want to do first is draw out the lid for his hat and then add some detailing to it. You will then give him some pupils and a round nose. Add a smile and then add curved lines to define his cheeks. You will th   

Step 4.

This is your last drawing step and all you have to do here is finish drawing out his mouth. Add a tied knot under his chin for his hat and then finish drawing out his riffle as you see it here. add some detail and definition to his clothes and the st   

Step 5.

Once you are done your Looney Tunes character should come out looking like the one you see here. All you have to do now to finish him off is add some color. You have just learned how to draw Looney Tunes character Elmer Fudd step by step.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 14, 2009
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Description: Who likes characters like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, and Porky Pig? Well if you like those Looney Tunes characters, you will be sure to love this next lesson that I am about to submit. I am going to show you how to draw Elmer Fudd from Looney Tunes step by step. I love Elmer Fudd because he comes across as being an innocent man that just wants to enjoy a good rabbit or duck hunt. Unfortunately for Elmer, the two animals that he keeps running into a rabbit named Bugs and a duck named Daffy. The difference between the two is very simple one is sly and conniving and the other is impatient and rude. Elmer Fudd made his television debut back in 1937 but he didn’t go by the name we know him as. Instead a man named Tex Avery debuted a character named Egghead in the animated short “Egghead Rides Again”. This character would later turn out to be the very popular Elmer Fudd. Elmer is a very friendly character who is bald, aging, and sometimes kind. He often has a sense of remorse and compassion. There was an episode I remember watching when I was younger, it was a Looney Tunes cartoon and it took place in the woods during hunting season. Elmer Fudd was tracking down a rabbit (Bugs Bunny) and after persistent hunting he finally thought that he killed his game. Now, Bugs being a wise guy that he is carried out his departure in a fashion to leave a hunter feeling bad about what he has just done. Of course Elmer starts crying over the loss of the rabbit he just shot down, and after a while of crying Bugs turns around and humiliates that lad which turned Elmer into a remorseful man, to a raging bull. All the Looney Tune characters are very well developed and I enjoy watching and getting to know everyone. This lesson will show you how to draw Elmer Fudd step by step. I hope you like this tutorial I did try my best to get him drawn right so make sure you comment and rate to let me know what you think. I will return again friends so keep your eyes open.