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How to Draw Squidward Easy

Artist: Dawn / May 4, 2012
How to Draw Squidward Easy

Step 1.

All you have to do in the beginning is draw an oblong oval shape like so. It sort of looks like an egg right?

Step 2.

Next, draw the eyelids for Squidward's droopy eyes, and make sure to add the crease from the brow rest on top of the left eyelid like so. Draw the shape of his long nose, and move onto step three.

Step 3.

Next, finish drawing Squidward's eyes and color in some pupils like so. Add the creases above the right eye, and then sketch in some crease marks right along the edge of his eyelids like you see here. Draw his frown of a smile, and then move along.

Step 4.

Finally, draw out the mushroom shaped head and trunk shaped ace. The mouth should spread outward like so, and then draw his skinny, scrawny neck. Add some spots on top of Squidward's head and then clean up the drawing.

Step 5.

Here is Squidward when you are all done. Now you can color him in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 4, 2012
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