How to Draw Po

Artist: Dawn / November 21, 2010

Step 1.

Draw a round shape for Po's head, and then add the facial guidelines like so. When that is done make another oblong shape for his very round body. Lastly, draw the lines for the arms, and legs like you see here.

Step 2.

Sketch out the actual shape of the face, and then draw in the eyes, nose, and beginning of the mouth line. Next, draw out the what is going to be his shoulders, and arms like so.

Step 3.

Finish drawing out Po's very wide and chunky arms like so, and be sure to include his hands. Once that is done, draw the round shape of his belly, and then finish drawing in the eyes, and mouth like you see here. Before leaving this step, you will ne   

Step 4.

Draw the ears, eyebrows, and detail the nose tip. Next, sketch out the paw and finger padding on the underside of his left hand. Sketch out the belt in more detail, and then add the vertical lines that give the belt it's design. Next, sketch out the    

Step 5.

Sketch out Po's legs like you see here, and then his feet and padded shoes. Erase the lines that you drew in step one, as well as the shapes to clean up the drawing.

Step 6.

Here is what Po looks like when you are all done, now you can go ahead and color him in to make him look like his old natural self. Thanks for viewing this tutorial on how to draw Po.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 21, 2010
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Description: Okay guys Po is a character that deserves to have another lesson made out on him. Since there is a new flick coming out next year called Kung Fu Panda 2, it is only right to teach you guys once again "how to draw Po", step by step. Since I already did a lesson on Po a while ago, I don’t think there is any need to go on about his character description. All I can say is that drawing Po is going to be fun especially if you are a fan of Kung Fu Panda. I can’t imagine part two being horrible, if anything I think it might be just as good, as or better than the original film. Anyways, I drew Po in a no action pose only because you already know "how to draw Po" while he is in his karate stance. When you are done with your drawing you will have even more fun coloring him in and adding him to your Kung Fu Panda character collection of drawings you have already done. I will be back soon with some other cool tutorials for ya’ll to enjoy. In the meantime, enjoy your drawing day!