How to Draw Scooby Doo

Artist: Dawn / August 21, 2010

Step 1.

Start with a circle for the head, and then add the facial guidelines. You will then add a neck, and attach two connected shapes to the neck as you see here.

Step 2.

Now you can start drawing out the shape of Scooby's neck, and head. Notice how I only did a quick single line drawing. You should be able to complete this step easily. Start by drawing the ear, and then add the lining for the neck, and muzzle.

Step 3.

Finish drawing out the shape of Scooby's face which includes his big chin, and smile. Be sure to add some chin whiskers, and color in a nice sized nose. Next, add his eyes, and then color in some eyebrows. You will then finish drawing his collar name   

Step 4.

for your last drawing step, all you have to do is draw out his hind legs, and then his back paws or feet. Erase the lines and shapes you drew in step one, and then that's it!

Step 5.

Now that you are all done, you should end up with a drawing of Scooby Doo that looks like the one you see here, or pretty close to it. Grab your crayons, markers, colored pencils, or paint, and begin adding some color to mans best friend.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 21, 2010
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Description: Scooby, dooby, Doo! Those are the three words that we are used to hearing whenever Cartoon Network airs a Scooby Doo episode. I know I have so many different lessons on this lovable Great Dane, but my sister wanted me to draw another as she watched me draw yesterday as she laid on my bed. She is only seven years old, and she is a humongous Scooby fan. She likes how he tries to talk, and act brave, but the truth is, Scooby and Shaggy only know how to do two things good: eat, and run. Yeah sure they may sometimes do something heroic but believe me that is purely out of mistake. Whenever Scooby or Shaggy brings a villain to their knees itโ€™s usually based on the clumsiness of the two simple minded, laid back personalities that Scooby and Shaggy share. Anyway, this tutorial on "how to draw Scooby Doo" looks a lot like a previous lesson I did about a month ago. He is in his typical stance, posing for the camera trying to look good. I guess heโ€™s thinking that he will get one heck of a Scooby Snack if he takes an awesome picture. That does it for this description, as I really have nothing else to say about Scooby because I feel like I talked about this insane character enough. Meet me back here in a few and join me for some more drawing fun. Bye peeps!