How to Draw Rick and Morty
Let's start with two head guide shapes like so, then sketch in the facial guidelines. Once that is done you can draw the shoulders for each character.
Define the shape of Morty's head and face like so. It's pretty round so it should be simple enough to do. Incorporate the ear and hairline as well.
We will now define the shape of Rick's head and face like so. The bottom half of the face has wide shapes for the expression Rick will have on his face. These are his cheeks. Draw in the one piece eyebrow across the head like so, then proceed to step
We will now draw in both faces. For Morty the eyes should be big and the pupils should be small. Draw in the nose and mouth, than draw in Rick's face which is also big eyes, dots for pupils and a nose. The moth is somewhat open so you will need to dr
We are almost done already. Draw the spikes for his hairstyle and then draw the ears. Erase your facial guidelines when you're done as well.
Let's tackle the bodies next. Draw the shoulders and arms and for Rick you will draw the opening of his doctor's jacket or coat.
Lastly, draw Rick's flaps for the jacket and then add the detailing on the sleeves. Erase the rest of the guidelines and shapes followed by the mistakes.
September 15, 2015
Description: In the past I have done lessons on these characters but never did them together. So here is another lesson on how to draw Rick and Morty, step by step. The cartoon series is pretty cool, and I know a lot of people like it because I keep getting requests for me to make a lesson on the two of them together. So, if you are a fan of Rick and Morty, than you will love this lesson that shows you how to draw Rick and Morty together. I will be back like I always do with more lessons for all of you.