I am glad to offer you this new lesson in which you will learn how to draw Garfield. This excellent lesson consists of nine steps.
In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw Garfield step by step. This drawing lesson is dedicated to depicting movie characters.
I think each of you is familiar with such a famous and funny character as Garfield. This lesson is quite simple and suitable for beginners and children.
So, Garfield is a red cat, a character from a series of films about Garfield. This cat is gluttonous, he loves to sleep, walk, he is quite sociable, arrogant, and self-confident.
In the film, we see how Garfield is unfriendly and contemptuous of dogs, but in a difficult situation, he is always ready to help his friends.
Outwardly, Garfield looks quite plump, round-cheeked, funny and awkward. With this step-by-step instruction, you can easily draw this famous and funny cat.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Garfield
- Draw the outlines of the head, torso, and legs.
Depict arbitrary shapes that look like ovals, and also add straight lines at the bottom of them.
- Sketch out the eyes.
At the top of the previously drawn outline of the head, draw an oval and curved lines.
- Add the ears, nose, and the inside of the eyes.
Draw an oval as well as straight curved lines to depict these elements.
- Finish drawing Garfield’s facial features.
Depict the cheeks, lower part of the face with curved lines and dots, draw the fur.
- Sketch out the Garfield’s arms and neck.
Draw two arms crossed at the chest and neck using curved lines of different sizes.
- Add the Garfield’s legs.
Depict large legs using arcs and curved lines of various sizes.
- Draw the cat’s tail.
Near the previously drawn legs, draw a straight line and two arcs of different sizes.
- Add details.
To depict the cat with stripes, add many curved lines of different lengths.
- Color the drawing.
To color the Garfield, use orange, yellow, gray, and pink.
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