How to Draw Timmy

Artist: Dawn / January 1, 2012

Step 1.

Make one large circle for Timmy's head and then draw the face and neck guide like so.

Step 2.

Begin sketching out Timmy's face structure like you see here, and be sure to incorporate the ears. Next, draw his hair like so, and notice how the bangs are rugged and a bit messy.

Step 3.

Using the facial guide you can draw in two egg shapes for his eyes in a slanted or sideways pose. Color in two pupils and then draw the eyebrows as well as his mouth and teeth. Make the detailing lines for inside of Timmy's ears.

Step 4.

You will now take care of Timmy's body. Start with the shoulders and then draw the arms, and crippling hands. Finish sketching out his torso like so, and draw the feet or shoes. The shoes are only going to be drawn viewing the soles. Add some grooves   

Step 5.

Lastly guys, draw the wheelchair which is basically a box shape with straps and a seat. The bar in the back of Timmy is for support, and the knob for the controls should be drawn right on the front part of the arm rest. Draw the belt that is strapped   

Step 6.

That's it, you are all done. Color in Timmy and add him to your drawing collection of South Park characters.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 1, 2012
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Description: Can you guys believe that I never did a tutorial on "how to draw Timmy" from South Park step by step? I was going through the South Park section on Dragoart looking for Timmy and I didn’t find him anywhere. I immediately was baffled and knew right away that Timmy had to grace the pages of Dragoart. How can I have lessons on almost all the main figures of South Park, but not have Timmy Burch. Sometimes Timmy will get mixed up with being Jimmy, and Jimmy is sometimes mistaken for Timmy. Timmy Burch is the boy that moves around in a mechanical wheelchair because he is disabled both mentally and physically. He is voiced by Trey Parker, and if you ask me Trey does an awesome job portraying Timmy. Like his friends, Timmy goes to kindergarten and knows all of the South Park figures like Kyle, Kenny, Eric, Stan, Butters, and even Jimmy. I’m not really sure what his handicap is, but I think he has some form of Tourettes because of the way he shouts or blurts out his name as well as other random words. The hardest part to drawing Timmy is probably going to be his wheelchair. Other than that you should have a relatively simple and fun time tackling this tutorial. If you love South Park the way I do, you will really enjoy this lesson. Adios people and good luck.