|Uploaded:||October 27, 2008|
|Updated:||October 27, 2008|
Well I am back once again and this time I will be showing you how to draw a character from PBS Kids. This character is funny, smart, caring and well known, his name is Arthur. So that means you will be learning how to draw Arthur Timothy Read from Arthur step by step. This aardvark is an eight year old boy that lives with his mother Jane, his father David, and his four year old sister D.W. The reason why I chose to do a tutorial on Arthur is because my baby sister (who is five) absolutely loves the PBS series like you wouldn’t believe. She has like eight movies on DVD, an Arthur plush toy, and a backpack that she keeps all of her Arthur books in. I too like the show even if it is for toddlers and elementary school aged kids. All the characters are funny and entertaining as well as interesting. Arthur has a handful of good friends that he associates with on a daily basis. His friends are; Francine Frensky who is a monkey, Mary Alice or "Muffy" is also a monkey, Alan Powers or "The Brain" who is a bear, Sue Ellen Armstrong who is a cat, Fern Walters she is a dog, George Nordgren he is a moose, Binky Barnes he is a bulldog, Jenna Morgan she’s a cat, and finally Prunella Deegan who is a mouse. In some episodes he even has a younger sister who is still a baby named Kate. One of my favorite episodes is when Arthur tries to start up a pet sitting business. It was funny because at first he thought he had everything under control, but then his house started getting filled with all kinds of animals, the business turned out to be more than he could handle. It was this episode that he first got his own pet dog from a litter of pups that was born behind his couch. Anyway I know some of you members and visitors will like this drawing lesson because almost everyone loves Arthur. This tutorial will show you how to draw Arthur Timothy Read from Arthur step by step. The instructions are easy to read and the steps are simple to follow. I will be back with some more awesome tutorials in a bit so stay tuned folks there is more to come.