|Uploaded:||July 5, 2011|
|Updated:||July 5, 2011|
Did any of you guys like the last Shrek? Well, surprisingly I thought it was a mediocre movie and if I had to watch it again I probably wouldn’t. This tutorial is inspired by the fourth feature of Shrek, and the only reason why I wanted to make this lesson is because I thought it would be cool to make a better or easier tutorial then the ogre I have up now. Today I will show you "how to draw an ogre for kids", step by step. There is so many ways to draw or recreate an ogre, it’s all based on preference, and on how far back into fantasy land you want to go. I chose to make an ogre in a traditional form because this is the one that newcomers to fantasy stories will imagine such a beast. The traditional ogre has a green colored body, and there is even oversized teeth that are so large they cause an under bite jaw. This lesson is going to be easy enough for anybody to tackle. I didn’t draw out the entire body because I thought that you would want to make a body for your ogre yourself. Have fun with drawing an ogre for kids guys and I will return tomorrow with more drawing fun. Peace out and good-night.