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How to Draw Zombie Squidward, Zombie Squidward

Artist: Dawn / October 9, 2011
How to Draw Zombie Squidward, Zombie Squidward

Step 1.

Make an egg shape for Squidward's head, and then draw out the guidelines for the face and body like you see here.

Step 2.

Now using the shape you just drew, start drawing out his head, and lower portion of the face structure. When that is done draw the brain like so, and then add some detailing.

Step 3.

Okay, the best way to start this step is to begin with his brow. When that is drawn in, add the creases and wrinkles on the forehead. Draw in his oblong shaped eyes, and then draw in his sagging lids. Next, draw the long nose, and sketch in some spec   

Step 4.

Next, draw in his long skinny neck, and then draw the shoulders, sleeves, and long tentacle arms. Don't forget the collar.

Step 5.

Draw out the torso if Squidward, and then line the torso with a shirt. The ends of the shirt should be ripped and full of holes. Draw in the lower part of the body and then draw the first of four tentacle legs.

Step 6.

For the last step, draw out the other three legs and bottoms of each foot. Draw in the small circles for the suction cups and then draw a gash on his lower right abdomen. Erase the shapes and guides and move along.

Step 7.

The lines should come out looking exactly like the ones you see here. All that is needed now is the full coloring job to complete Squidward off.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 9, 2011
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Tags: how to draw spongebob characters, draw zombies
Description: Come on guys you knew I had to do a tutorial on "how to draw zombie Squidward", step by step didn’t you? I have a good mind to do a Mr. Krabs zombie as well just to finish off the ghoulish series. The concept for a zombie version of Squidward really wasn’t that too complex to conjure up. I mean, he already acts like he’s dead, and I’m not talking about just with his personality, he also displays a zombie like demeanor as well. The way he walks, talks, and moves is like what I would expect a zombie monster to be like. Even though Squidward is a hardheaded, but sometimes gullible fellow, he still lets his childish side come through. I think one of the reasons why he gets so annoyed with Spongebob and Patrick, is because he wishes he was as carefree as they are. Instead Squidward walks around with a chip on his shoulder, and it is seldom seen him acting in a very different way. This tutorial on drawing zombie Squidward is going to be fun, and probably a lot easier to replicate than Spongebob, Patrick, or Sandy combined. He is a lean and simple creation that is also simple to turn into a zombie. Thanks guys and enjoy your drawing day, peace out!