How to Draw Me-Mow, Me-Mow, Adventure Time

Artist: Dawn / November 22, 2011
How to Draw Me-Mow, Me-Mow, Adventure Time

Step 1.


Make a circle for the head and then draw a small oval shape for the body. You will then add the facial guides like so.

Step 2.


Draw out the basic shape of the head and ears like so, and then move to step.

Step 3.


Using the facial guidelines draw in each large almond shaped eye and then draw simple slit lines for the pupils. Draw the heart shaped mouth and then draw in three pointed teeth. Don't forget the brows.

Step 4.


Now you will draw out the simple formed body. Make the skinny or noodle like arms and then draw out the shape of the body. Draw in the legs and feet before moving to step five.

Step 5.


As you see here you will be finishing off this kitty with attitude by drawing in the light lines that this cat has for markings, and then you will draw out the long, loose looking tail. Erase the lines and shapes that you made in step one to clean up   

Step 6.


Here is what your finished drawing comes out looking like when you are all done. Now you can have fun coloring in your sketch of Me-Mow.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 22, 2011
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Description: Someone here on DragoArt has requested me to do a tutorial on “how to draw Me-Mow" from Adventure Time, step by step. I forgot who the member was, but it was a comment posted on a recent tutorial. So if the requester is reading this, I hope you'll enjoy this tutorial on drawing Me-Mow easy, in the steps featured. The background was colored to replicate the original Adventure Time landscapes from the show itself. Drawing Me-Mow was easier than expected. All he's made up of is elastic-like joints and triangular features. A great tip to use in your future character creations is to use 'angular' or 'circular' shapes. Angular is for fierce, mature characters while circular, is used for bubbly, eccentric, fun characters. Ever notice how Finn is made up of soft round shapes? How about Jake? Notice how the Ice King has similar shapes to that of a triangle? Take note of these characteristics to enhance your drawings in the future. Anyways, I hope ya'll will enjoy this simple tutorial on Me-mow. Thanks so much for viewing and don't forget to leave feedback on how you did. Peace out and much love!