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How to Draw Jeremy Shada From Incredible Crew, Jeremy Shada

Artist: Dawn / May 13, 2013
How to Draw Jeremy Shada From Incredible Crew, Jeremy Shada

Step 1.

Start by making an oval shape for Jeremy's head, then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Here you will begin drawing the actual shape of Jeremy's facial structure. Be sure to include his hairline as well.

Step 3.

Since Jeremy Shada always has a goofy look on his face like the rest of his crew, I decided to make an expressive face. Having said that, draw in the arched eyebrows as well as color them in, then sketch out the shapes of his eyes, nose and mouth or    

Step 4.

Next, draw in his high hairstyle. It sort of reminds me of Ace Ventura's style, but in a hip way. Add the detailing to the hair so it looks puffy, then draw in the exposed earlobes.

Step 5.

Lastly, sketch out the shape of his neck, then draw in the shoulders, shirt collar, and the detailing to the shirt material. Erase the mistakes before you call this lesson finished.

Step 6.

Here is Jeremy Shada from Incredible Crew. Now you can color him in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 13, 2013
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Description: I know this is going to sound strange, but my family has been really getting into a Cartoon Network show called 'Incredible Crew'. I guess it's supposed to be like a Saturday Night Live for kids because the show has different skits every time it airs a new episode. To start the day I will submit lessons on three of the six members from Incredible Crew. Let's start with "how to draw Jeremy Shada", step by step. For those of you that don't know, Jeremy Shada provides voice talent for the character Finn from Adventure Time. He is one of the funniest members from Incredible Crew so that is why I decided to make a tut on him first. Instead of making realistic versions of these guys, I went with a simple, cartoon style to make it easy for everyone to tackle. So go ahead and have fun drawing Jeremy Shada from Incredible Crew, and I will be back with the rest. Peace out people.