How to Draw Jocktopus
Start by drawing a big outlined shape of a tooth or nut of some sorts. When that is done fill the inside with guidelines.
You will now draw the actual shape of Jocktopus's body like so, and don't forget to draw the small tentacles that act as his legs and feet.
Now it's time to draw out the lining for his hair, and then draw his small tube like hat. Once that is done draw in the eyes, and brows, along with the dots for the eyeballs. Lastly, make the mean looking pickle shaped mouth, and his ripped sleeves.
Draw the lid for the hat, and then draw the grinding teeth that are aligned straight across. Draw in the rest of his shirt, and then sketch out his incredibly buff arms which is also his tentacles as well.
Lastly, add some blushing under the eyes, and then add some suction cups, and under lining too. When that is all done, you can draw the edgy eight on his shirt, and then erase all the lines and shapes you drew in step one to clean up your drawing.
September 30, 2010
Description: Did you know that on September 24th of this year, the Disney animated series called ‘Fish Hooks’ has been airing? I know this because I submitted some tutorials in the past on the three main characters, and of the shows graffiti lettering. Today, I will fill a request as I teach all those that want to learn, "how to draw Jocktopus", step by step. If you have been following the show, you already know who this colorful character is. Jocktopus is what we would call a school bully. Now the reason why I think he makes a perfect bully is the fact that he is big, has eight arms, and he looks very intimidating. Like most school bullies, there is an inner person that is just waiting to come out. Jocktopus has a sweet sensitive side to him that is waiting to expressed through friendship, or another means. No matter how you look at it, he is a special character and I can’t see him getting written out of the context any time soon. I will leave you all now to this tutorial on "how to draw Jocktopus", step by step, and remember to take your time, and enjoy what you’re drawing. I will return soon because there is still more on the way. Adios mi amigos!