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how to draw christopher robin and winnie the pooh

How to Draw Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh

Step 1.

Let's start by making the heads and body guides or shape like so.

Step 2.

We will begin the second step by drawing the back of Pooh's head. It's a simple task because there will be no face. Also add the shirt line too.

Step 3.

Before we move further with Pooh, we have to draw in Christopher Robin's torso which is also his tee shirt. Draw the arm hugging Pooh Bear, and then move to step four.

Step 4.

Get back to working on Pooh Bear by drawing in his shirt and torso like so. Once that is done add the arms for both Pooh and Christopher.

Step 5.

Now you can sketch in the hidden profile for Christopher Robbin's face and head. His head is a simple shaped form to look like a young boy.

Step 6.

Since Christopher Robin is sitting on the hill, you will only need to draw in his bum. As for Pooh Bear just draw the body and then his legs.

Step 7.

Now you can make the rough lined shape of the hill as well as some of the root shape of the massive tree that is to the left of the image.

Step 8.

Okay guys, draw the rest of the tree shape, but make sure it's massive in size.

Step 9.

For the last drawing step all you have to do is sketch in the definition to the entire tree, then sketch in small sprouts of grass on the hill. Erase those guides that you made in step one, then get rid of the mistakes.

Step 10.

Now have fun coloring in Christopher Robin and Pooh Bear.

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Uploaded: November 24, 2014
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 10
Updated: November 24, 2014
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Here is a lesson that is very precious. It's on "how to draw Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh" sitting on a hill top as they are seen on the covers of various books, movies and other merchandise. The picture shows how bonded a boy and his friend can be and in this case it happens to be a stuffed bear. Christoper Robin is not seen as much as the other characters from the films, but when he is seen, it's always pleasant. I think you will enjoy this lesson on drawing Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh.

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