|Date Added: January 20, 2010|
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Description: I have a fun lesson for those of you that want to grow up and become a cop one day. My younger brother asked me if I could make a tutorial that could teach him “how to draw police, step by step”. It’s funny because when you think of the police, you are flooded with memories of a guy or girl that is dressed in a typical blue colored uniform, with big sunglasses, and a donut. The whole myth that cops turn on their sirens just to get coffee and donuts is still something that I have yet to get an answer for. I know that there is a lot of kids that come to this site, and I know that everyone at some point in their lives, always ends up drawing cops, tanks, guns, soldiers, firemen, and so on. It’s only right that I created this lesson because police officers are there to protect and serve their district communities to keep balance, and more importantly, to keep the peace. Although sometimes you do hear stories about good cops and bad cops, but there is almost never any solid proof that officers of the law don’t do their jobs to the full extent, and if there is, the crime is fought to the end and who knows what happens after that. There are cops that are very lenient, very strict, and very “by the book”. When I was a kid the local police that patrolled our area used to stop at the playground to hand out police badge stickers to all the kids playing. Not all of them would take the sticker because they are taught “not to talk to strangers”, which is a very good lesson to learn. Anyways, I think you guys will get a kick out this tutorial that will show you in detail “how to draw police, step by step”. I will be back with some more drawing fun so while the night is young, stay tuned in. Peace out, and happy drawing.