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How to Draw Hop Pop From Amphibia

Artist: Dawn / February 8, 2022
How to Draw Hop Pop From Amphibia

Step 1.


Begin like we always do and that is with a couple circle shapes for the head and body and then facial and limb guidelines.

Step 2.


Next, draw Hop Pop's hairstyle which is spurts of hair coming out the sides of his head and then the hairline at the top which frames out the face or the top part of the face.

Step 3.


Up next, draw the outline of the face and then draw out the big circles for the eyes and color in the pupils. Once that is done add the mouth line and some wrinkles to the side of the face.

Step 4.


We will add wrinkles to the face and some pucker creases around the mouth. Finish the left side shape of the face as well.

Step 5.


Go ahead and draw the left arm and sleeve followed by the relaxed hand. Once that is done draw the right part of the jacket and then proceed to step six.

Step 6.


Finish the torso by drawing the rest of the jacket and draw in the tie and button to the vest.

Step 7.


You will finish this lesson by drawing the legs and feet and add texture detailing to the feet or shoes. Erase the mistakes and all the guides too.

Step 8.


Here is the finished line art when you are done. Now you can color in Hop Pop.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 8, 2022
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Description: Okay guys, I have two more lessons on some characters from the Disney animated series Amphibia. Here is how to draw Hop Pop, step by step. His real full name is Hopadiah Plantar and he what you could say an elderly anthropomorphic frog. He is a reddish orange color and has a traditional style when it comes to older folks. I think he is also one of the main characters of the cartoon which is why I made this lesson on drawing Hop Pop. Anyways, I do hope you enjoy the tut. I will be right back with another lesson on a character from Amphibia.