|Uploaded:||June 19, 2009|
|Updated:||June 20, 2009|
The Hunchback of Notre Dame from Disney was a good movie when I was twelve years old. I did a lesson on Esmeralda but she came out looking funny to me and way too predictable. So before I fixed Esmeralda, I wanted to draw out the kind hearted man that saved her life more than once. I am going to show you “how to draw Quasimodo" from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The movie was great and one of my favorite characters was the three Gargoyles and Esmeralda. The Disney flick is about a young baby that was taken in by a sinister judge named “Claude Frollo” who hated gypsies and everything they stood for. There was one gypsy though that made his heart burn and that was Esmeralda. Anyway, the baby that Frollo took in was a misshapen or deformed gypsy child that he kept locked away in the bell tower to spite the rest of the gypsy race. He named the baby Quasimodo and there he stayed until he met the beautiful Esmeralda. Quasi had no friends (except for his gargoyle statues), and he longed to be part of the world that he watched below his feet. He used to sit way on top of the cathedral and his job was to be the bell-ringer. The story takes place in Paris, France and Quasimodo is one of the main characters to the tale. When I say that he was born deformed I should be more specific. He has serious facial deformities, and a massive lump that hunches him over when he stands or walks. He is considered to be the monster of Paris and the people of France believe that because Frollo keeps him hidden away from everyone disabling folks to get to know how nice, warm hearted, and genuinely kind Quasi is. I will show you how easy it is to learn "how to draw Quasimodo" from The Hunchback of Notre Dame step by step. I know you will find this lesson easy, and then when you are done you can wait for my other tutorial on Esmeralda. I shall return so stay tuned in guys. Peace!