|Uploaded:||February 21, 2008|
|Updated:||February 21, 2008|
I’m sure everyone is familiar with the misunderstood character created by Dr. Seuss, the Grinch. This cartoon character made his debut appearance back in 1957 when he appeared in the children’s book “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” Now, because the book became so popular so fast, in 1966 Metro Goldwyn Mayer’s animation studio MGM, produced the first television special that is still being broadcasted that was made over 40 years ago, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas Holiday Special”. After being bombarded by mail sent in by fans asking for more tales with the Grinch, in 1977 Seuss released the television special “Halloween Is Grinch Night a Halloween Special” it aired exclusively on CBS. The personality of the Grinch is somewhat amusing, I know he hates Christmas and all, but the way he goes about his conniving plan to steal it away from Whoville is actually funny. His poor little dog too, wearing that big oversized heavy stick on his head must have been a load for him to carry, but because he loved his owner he did it anyway. Grinch on the other hand cared for no one at all period. I really never understood why his heart was so small and black until I seen the motion picture that stared Jim Carrey who played the Grinch called “The Grinch”. I don’t know if it was true about how the Grinch hated all of Whoville because of what happened to him as a youngin, but that would make a lot of sense to me. He is definitely a mean one; you would have to be mean if you enjoyed living ontop of a snow covered hill so far away from Whoville. In the cartoon he seemed so sly and slick when breaking into those homes taking everything that was Christmas related, he even took a candy cane from a sleeping girl. WOW! Now that is definitely a Grinch. This character by Dr. Seuss is so easy to draw, so with this tutorial you will learn how to draw the Grinch step by step. The instructions are easy to understand, and read all you have to do is get out your favorite sketching pencil and a clean sheet of paper and you’ll be on your way to drawing the cartoon version of the Grinch.