|Uploaded:||January 17, 2010|
|Updated:||January 31, 2010|
Kyle Broflovski has a younger brother that his parents adopted from a family in Canada. The animated series “South Park” is down right hilarious, and even now it still knocks the socks off my feet. I want to submit a lesson on another major character from the show, and I actually can’t believe I never submitted him before. Today I will start the afternoon by showing you "how to draw Ike from South Park, step by step”. There really is not a whole lot you can say about this little guy, except he is the adoptive brother of Kyle, and Ike looks different from everybody that resides in South Park. The show depicts Canadians as having a two piece head instead of a round whole piece. When Ike talks either by making babbling noises or just by saying random stuff like “no”, the top part of his head will separate from the bottom. Ike also has beady eyes instead of regular shaped eyes, which is another characteristic of being Canadian. The reason why he was adopted by Kyle’s parents is because his real parents couldn’t afford to raise him after Canada went through the Cola Wars. In more recent chapters it is believed that Ike is a baby genius only at three years old. He reads novels by John Steinbeck, who is the author of “The Grapes of Wrath”, and he even ran for class president. When all is said and done, Ike is definitely a cool character and I have always loved the way Cartman teases Kyle about having a Canadian brother. This should be a real simple lesson to tackle. I mean how hard can it be drawing a few circles right? Let’s face it, it’s always fun drawing South Park characters, and when you draw Ike you will be flooded with memories of past episodes that will make you almost wet your pants. I have a bunch of tutorials to submit today so try and stay on as long as you can to see what pops up next. Happy drawing everyone!