How to Draw Ranger Smith

Artist: Dawn / December 18, 2010

Step 1.

Let's begin by making the head shape for Ranger Smith shall we. You can easily do this by drawing an oval shape and then add the facial guidelines. The next thing to do is draw out the lining for the torso, and arms.

Step 2.

Using the frame you just drew in step one, sketch out the entire body outline for Ranger Smith. This includes the actual head and face shape, the shoulders, arms, chest, belly, and legs.

Step 3.

Now it's time to draw in the ranger hat like you see here, and then draw in the eyes, Fred Flintstone style nose, and then draw out the five o'clock shadow that acts as a frame from under the nose, all the way down to the chin. Draw in the mouth, ear   

Step 4.

For your last drawing step you will finish off Ranger Smith by drawing in the belt hoops, belt, and buckle like so. Lastly, draw the middle leg line to separate the two legs, and then draw out the shoes and band around the base of the hat. Erase the    

Step 5.

Here is how the friendly Ranger Smith should look when you are all done. Color him and you have just finished this tutorial on how to draw Ranger Smith.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 18, 2010
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Description: This is going to be a short but sweet tutorial description. As you know the movie Yogi Bear is now out in the theaters because it was released just yesterday. Today I thought I would teach all those that want to learn, "how to draw Ranger Smith", step by step. As you know Smith is Yogi's external conscience. Even though Ranger Smith likes Yogi and Boo Boo, he does not approve on how Yogi thieves around Jellystone Park for unattended picnic baskets. Now the relationship between Ranger Smith and Yogi Bear is what you call a love hate scenario. Sometimes the good Ranger is pleased to see the over sized bear, and other times he wishes that Yogi would just get up and leave Jellystone park. Sometimes Yogi gets Ranger Smith so furious, he can't help but to turn red with anger, and lash out in an aggressive way in an effort to help Yogi understand that he can't be pulling the type of nonsense he does. Boo Boo on the other hand is more calm, and less rambunctious. He more or less just follows Yogi's lead, but also knows when there is danger brewing for them both. I watched this one episode on Boomerang when a scientist needed an experimental subject to test his mind switch machine on. He saw Yogi as an easy target which lead Yogi to be the victim of a scientific experiment. His mind was turned into a chicken, and the chicken turned into Yogi. The way the scientist lured Yogi into the camper, was with a picnic basket full of good edible food. Boo Boo on the other hand knew that something was amiss, and because of Boo Boo's ability to sense when something is wrong, he is usually never caught in the middle of trouble. Unless of course he is trying to get Yogi out of a jam with Ranger Smith. Anyways, you should enjoy this tutorial on "how to draw Ranger Smith". I mean, the whole family wouldn't be complete without Smith at Yogi's side. Have fun guys, and be sure to join me again real soon for more drawing fun!