Begin with the basic guides, drawing them lightly on your paper. Start off by drawing the first circle by either tracing around a circular object or drawing it free-handed. Do the same for the lower circle.
Next, work only on the eyes, and once you've completed them, draw the shape of the head. This part should be drawn away a few spaces from the eyes. You don't want to have Duck looking like a bug eyed alien. DO NOT forget to draw the wrinkles beneath his eyes.
Then, work on the pupils and the mouth for Duck. This should be drawn from top to the bottom, reaching to the exact center of the circular guideline. Don't stray from the guides and stick close to them as possible.
Let's finish the details for the teeth and hairs BEFORE we work on the shape of the body. Steady your ground as you sketch a line for the body. After you've drawn the upper details, move downwards to the neck line and the shape of the plumped body, as well as the two wings. I find this part a bit funny for Duck.
Now we'll sketch the pant lining as well as the two shortened legs. These should be pointed and NOT too long. Try to refrain from the length being too long or too short.
Lastly, add finishing details to his body like the hairs and the underwear details.
Clean up your lines before finalizing, and make sure everything looks neat and tidy. You can ink your drawing, or darken the lines by using a deep tone of graphite or just pressing hard with your pencil. I hope you've enjoyed this tutorial, keep on the watch for more soon!
Welcome to another tutorial on a Almost Naked Animals character, but this time it's Ducky. These characters are quite the creeper, since they looked like skinned or de-furred animals with undergarments on.
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