how to draw schroeder from the peanuts gang
Step 5. How to Draw Schroeder from The Peanuts Gang
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Uploaded: April 13, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: April 13, 2009
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The cartoon show and comic of Charlie Brown was a very popular animated series during the late seventies all the way to the end of the eighties. I remember saying in one of my tutorials that I was going to do one Peanuts character a day until I get them all up. Well today I will show you how to draw Schroeder from The Peanuts gang step by step. Now for those of you that are not familiar with this character by name, I am sure you may recognize him by appearance. He is the young boy that has short blonde hair, wears a pin striped shirt and black shorts. He is always seen playing on a small red toy piano because he hopes that one day he will become a great composer. His inspiration comes from the very talented Ludwig Van Beethoven and from his love for classical music. When he is not playing on his piano he is sometimes seen as being the catcher on Charlie Browns team when the gang has a game of baseball. Schroeder doesn’t have many close friends except for Charlie Brown. And for Charlie, Schroeder is his closest friend besides Snoopy and Woodstock. For a quite kind of kid, Lucy Van Pelt seems to be very drawn to him and he can’t understand why. Schroeder always has to be kind when he shrugs Lucy off from her flirting advances. In any case he is still one of the main characters belonging to the Charlie Brown crew. It’s funny, when Schroeder was first introduced to the comic strip he was just a baby. It took three years before he was seen as the same age as everyone else being slightly younger of course. I like this character, and I think that you will all have fun learning how to draw Schroeder from The Peanuts Gang step by step. Keep tuned in because I still have more to come.