How to Draw Sylvester


Draw a circle for the head, and then draw the shape of his body which looks like a ribbon.


Okay, now you will be drawing out the top half of Sylvester's head which is also where the eyes will be drawn at. When that is done you have to sketch out the fuzz on the head.


Draw out the cheeks which are narrow and pointed, and then draw in Sylvester's snout and mouth line. When you do that draw the neck and then draw in the ear detailing and draw in an eyebrow line.


All you will do here is finish drawing out Sylvester's face which includes the eyes, eyeballs, and the nose, whiskers, and mouth. As you can see he looks just like he does on his own page.


Here you will be drawing out the shape of the body like you see here, and then draw out his arms which are resting on hips like so. When that is done draw out his hands, and then draw the cat hair at the base of the wrists.


Finish drawing out Sylvester by drawing out his back end, and then draw the legs, feet, and the rest of his fingers. When you are all done with this step you can start erasing the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up this kitty.


The last thing to do is to draw out his long tail which is sticking straight up. Sylvester has a long tail, and it should also have a marking line for his white tip.


Now that you are all done with this tutorial, all you have to do is color in this feline to purr-fection. Well you did it, you just learned how to draw Sylvester, step by step. Be sure to join me once again for more drawing fun.

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April 2, 2011

Description: Since the new Cartoon Network series is going to be airing a totally new series called “The Looney Tunes Show”, all the old characters are also going to have revamped looks. Today I am going to show you "how to draw Sylvester", step by step and he is as you know one of the biggest family members from Warner Bros. The new Sylvester looks to be a bit stockier, shorter, and more colorful. If you notice he also has teeth or fangs hanging out from under his lips which sort of makes him look cute and somewhat helpless. If you was to ask me which one of the versions I like better, the 1945 version or the 2011 version I would have to say 1945. There is nothing better than the original version of any character, product, or creation. I for one love all the old cartoons like Mickey, Donald, and Goofy, to Bugs, Daffy, and Taz. I had so much fun with making this drawing and hopefully you guys enjoy the tutorial on "how to draw Sylvester". He is one of a kind, and the only cat in my book that deserves a whole fish fresh from the butcher. The Looney Tunes Show is definitely going to be a series that will be talked about often. Be sure to catch it and if you are a die hard fan of Sylvester, check him out on his own Cartoon Network page. I will meet you guys back here in a few so try and stick around for more drawing fun.

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