|Uploaded:||July 7, 2010|
|Updated:||July 7, 2010|
Like many characters from the animated series South Park, many of the voices are done by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Today, I thought it would be cool to submit a lesson that will show you "how to draw Jimmy", step by step. If you are a fan of this hilarious series, you should already know who Jimmy Vulmer is. I sometimes get him confused with Timmy because they are both “handicapped” in their own way. To help me determine who is who, I just remember that Jimmy has crutches, and Timmy is in a wheel chair. Timmy is also the one that is always reciting his name with a crazy sounding tone as if he was yelling. Jimmy on the other hand doesn't like to be labeled as a handicap because he still believes that he can do anything that anybody else his age can. So because of this, he would rather be called a “handi-capable”. Another thing to remember about Jimmy, is the fact that he has a stuttering problem, making him wicked entertaining to listen to when he is talking. There is this one episode where Jimmy is trying to be a comedian on stage, and because of his annoying stutter, it makes it almost impossible to express himself. After watching a few episodes yesterday starring this funny character, I just had to do a tutorial that will teach you guys "how to draw Jimmy", step by step. There is no wrong way to draw Jimmy because he is incredibly easy to replicate. After you are done with this lesson, you can tackle another South Park character from the list. I hope you guys have fun, and make sure you stick around to see what else I have in store for you guys in a few. Peace people, and have fun drawing Jimmy.