How to Draw Woody

Artist: Dawn / September 27, 2008

Step 1.

In this first step you will start by drawing out the frame for Woody starting with an oval circle for the head. You will then add the facial guidelines as shown. Next draw an egg shape for his torso and connect the limb guidelines to it as well as th   

Step 2.

You will now start to draw out the guidelines for Woody's cowboy hat as well as the shape for his high cheek bone face, nose and mouth. Next draw the outline of his neck as well as the left arm lining, the gun holster lining and the leg and boots sha   

Step 3.

In this next step you will now draw out the front hair line of Woody's hair and then finish off the shape of his face on the left hand side and define his face with a cheek line as well as detailing his nose. Make sure you don't forget the shape for    

Step 4.

You will now give Woody some eyebrows and then detail the inside of his plastic ear. Next start sketching out the collar of his cowboy shirt and then finish off his arms and hands. You will then draw the rest of his gun holster and detail it too. Fin   

Step 5.

This step is real easy. All you have to do here is finish drawing out his cowboy hat and then give him two eye sockets. Next detail his shirt and then add a button and a belt buckle. That is it this step is done.

Step 6.

This is your last drawing step and all you will do here is first erase all the guidelines and shape that you drew in step one because that is gonna be hard to do once the plaid strips are drawn in. Next draw a pinch line at the knee of Woody's leg an   

Step 7.

When you are done your toy cowboy should come out looking like this. all that is left to do now is color him in. I hope you had fun learning how to draw a toy cowboy named Woody from Toy Story step by step. I will be back with my final tutorial in a    

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 27, 2008
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Description: Well I am down to my last two tutorials for the day and I thought I would end them with a pain in my side. While I was relaxing on my couch yesterday I was sitting with my five year old sister watching Toy Story. While I was watching the movie, I almost forgot how funny it really was. I can remember being a little older than my baby sister when I was in love with the cowboy and space duo. So in honor of my past and my sisters present, I will be showing you "how to draw Woody" from Toy Story. This Disney computer generated film was absolutely the best. I mean they really did do a good job developing the characters and picking the voice talents for each and every character for the flick. Woody is an old cowboy pull string toy that is owned and loved by his kid Andy (he even has the inscription on the bottom of his boot to prove it). Woody absolutely loves Andy and Andy absolutely loves his toy cowboy. They have been doing almost everything together since Andy was just a toddler. Woody is also the leader of the other toys that Andy owns and he keeps them organized almost like a community leader would. His close buddies are Rex (voiced by Wallace Shawn), Mr. Potato Head (voiced by comedian Don Rickles), Bo Peep (voiced by Annie Potts), Sarge (voiced by R. Lee Ermey), Hamm (voiced by John Ratzenberger), Slinky (Woody’s “pet dog” voiced by Jim Varney), Etch who is an Etch a Sketch, Lenny the toy binoculars (voiced by Joe Ranft), and RC Andy’s remote control car that Woody uses to catch up to the moving van in the ending scene of the movie. There is one more buddy that I forgot or failed to mention and that is Buzz Lightyear the space toy that has more gadgets and gizmos that Woody can imagine. It is Buzz that threatens the very friendship that Woody feels is in jeopardy. He just doesn’t understand that Andy loves them both equally but will always have a special place for Woody because he has been his friend and buddy since he was very young. The character of Woody is outrageously funny and he often had me in pain from laughing so hard. That is probably due to the fact that the voice of Woody is played by seasoned comedian Tom Hanks. I think Toy Story is a classic tale of the friendship that kids have with their toys and how much they are appreciated when they are cared for. This tutorial will show you "how to draw Woody" from Toy Story step by step with easy to follow instructions. When you are done you can sit back and watch the movie and reminisce on how funny it truly was and still is.