How to Draw Susan Strong, Adventure Time

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Let us begin by drawing the shape of Susan's head and then draw the shoulders and body guide as well as the facial guide.


Now what you have to do is draw in the inner circle which is gonna look like a frame for her face. Draw in the mouth, piece of hair hanging on her brow, and then color in some eyes.


Next, thicken the shape you made in step one to create a detailed lining for Susan's head. Make some ear and then draw a tail as well as some eyes, nose, and stripes on the sides of the cat enclosed hood.


Okay we got the head and face drawn out, now all we have to do is proceed with drawing out the body. Start at the shoulders and then draw in the entire outline of her very large feminine body. Draw the torn edges of her dress for the sleeves and the    


All you have to do here is draw in the very strong looking arms, and notice how the hands are too small for the arms.


Lastly, draw out the very strong legs and then sketch out the small sized feet. Add some definition and tone to her body or limbs and then clean up the drawing.


The line art comes out looking like the drawing in front of you. All you have to do is color her in and then you are totally done.

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November 29, 2011

Description: Okay guys, what do you say we break things up a bit and follow a lesson that is based on a character from Adventure Time. The character that you will be drawing today is a female, but she is a very girthy and robust female that most men in real life would run away from. If you follow Adventure Time, you should be familiar with this figure. Grab your pencils because it’s time that we learn "how to draw Susan Strong", step by step. I often asked myself what kind of person that she was supposed to be, and for a while I was confused. Once I made this tutorial I did some research and found out that she is in fact part of the underground community known as Fish People. The smallest thing about Susan is her head, and even though her body is huge, her face and head still seem to stand way out. I did enjoy drawing Susan Strong because I think she is an oddly unique character that has been developed yet. I hope you guys enjoy this lesson. I also hope that the few people who requested Ms. Strong also enjoy sketching her out. I have to peel myself away from screen so I can get busy with more fun stuff to tackle. Adios people and enjoy!

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