How to Draw Foghorn Leghorn
This first step actually looks kind of odd. What you will do is draw out the shape of a finger for the head and neck. Then attach it to another odd looking egg shape which is the body. Once that is drawn in, you can add the lines for the arms and leg
Continue to sketch out the shape of the neck The two loops at the ends is actually his wattle. Once the neck is set, you can draw the shoulders, chest and belly.
Now it's time to draw out Foghorn's beak, and then the eyes like you see here. Next draw his crown, and then sketch out the bottom ends of his neck. Finish drawing out the arms and hands, and then draw out the thighs and back end of this giant rooste
Are you ready to finish him off? Good then do so by drawing and coloring in the eyeballs, and then draw out the large feathered rooster tail. Lastly, draw out the large feet and then the nails. Once that is done draw he fingers. Erase the lines and s
December 21, 2010
Description: Out of all the animals that have been created by Warner Bros, there is one rooster that always catches my attention. He is big, and has a strong southern accent. Today I am going to show you "how to draw Foghorn Leghorn", step by step. Who would have ever thought that someone would make such a request? I say that because it’s pretty obvious that Foghorn is not as popular as his colleague Bugs Bunny or even Daffy Duck. Instead, Mr. Leghorn falls in a comical animal cartoon category all on his own. His humor and personality is quite different then Bugs and Daffy’s. Not only that, but he has a nasty attitude sometimes and can be very ruthless when it comes to getting in his way. Over the years Foghorn has had about five different voice actors throughout the years. He is also considered one of the more popular characters from the Merrie Melodies family along with Taz. Foghorn Leghorn is going to be one of the easiest and fun roosters you will ever draw. His appearance is very bold, and out there so when you "draw Foghorn Leghorn", you will be making a character that has been a big part of someone’s childhood. I will be back with some more drawing fun so stay tuned in to see what else I have in store for you. Peace people!