How to Draw Woody Woodpecker
You will start this first step by drawing out the guidelines and shapes of Woody s shown to you here. Start by drawing a circle for his head and then draw another circle shape for his torso or body From the two shapes you will then draw a long line
In this step you will begin drawing out the outlining of Woody's body and face. Start by sketching in the shape of his high hair and then the lining for his eyes and beak. You will then make the lines for his fingers and right arm as well as the righ
You will start this step by drawing out the tip of Woody Woodpecker's hair and then the top line for his beak. Now give him some eyeballs and eyebrows and sketch in the cheek part of his face to the right. You will then draw the outter lining for his
As you can see Woody is coming out nicely. You will give him more of his beak and then color in his pupils. Draw the rest of his right hand and more of his left. then you will make a separation line on the stomach. You will end this step by drawing t
This is your last drawing step and what you will do is finish off his hair and left eye, as well as his beak and tongue. You will then draw out the lining for his arms and detail the inside of his palms. Add two tail feathers and finish off his feet.
September 28, 2008
Description: In this next drawing tutorial I will be showing you how to draw Woody Woodpecker. I know what you all must be thinking, Woody Woodpecker? My only answer to that is yeah why not. I may be a young teen and Woody just may be too old for me to remember, but you see I have a mother that grew up watching this pecking bird when she was a kid and because of that she has quite a few VHS movies on this cartoon character. Woody made his first appearance back in 1940 with the animated premier show of “Knock Knock”. His character design was created by a fella named Walter Lantz and he was distributed by Universal Pictures. Woody Woodpecker is a part of the “Screw Ball Pack” that consisted of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. Bugs and Daffy came out way before Woody back in the 1930’s. One of the original voice talents for Woody was Mel Blanc who worked for Warner Bros and Hanna Barbera. Did you know that Mel Blanc was also the voice talents for Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Sylvester the Cat, Tweety Bird, Foghorn Leghorn, Yosemite Sam, Wile E. Coyote and was also known as the man of a thousand voices? The image of Woody Woodpecker changed about three to four times over the course of time. The final image of Woody is him being some what of a stocky looking bird with thick limbs. His character is some what of an annoying insane bird that gets into some trouble once in a while. He would open every show with that cackling laugh that seemed to go on for a while. But that was the fun in the show. I think that this redheaded woodpecker was one of the funniest cartoon characters during the Golden Age of American animation. He is truly a classic character and I will always enjoy watching my mother’s reruns that she has on video tape. This tutorial will show you how to draw Woody Woodpecker step by step. The instructions make him easy to draw because the steps are easy to follow. I will be back with more drawing fun so stick around and wait to see what is submitted next.