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How to Draw Christmas Snoopy
Step 1. Begin by drawing two circles for the head and body guides like so and then connect them both with a neck guideline.
Step 2. Starting at the top draw in the lid for the Santa hat and then form the shape of Snoopy's face and muzzle.
Step 3. Draw in the ear, then more of Snoopy's neck. When that is done you can draw the candy cane shape that Snoopy is biting on.
Step 4. You will now color in the black spot on Snoopy's ear and when you do this make sure the black is colored in a comic book style. Draw the small beady eyes, then draw and color in his nose. Lastly for this step you will add the stripes on the candy can.
Step 5. Finish the hat and then draw in the ball at the end of the hat.
Step 6. Finish drawing Snoopy's neck, then add a collar before you proceed on to drawing his body. Start with the belly, then draw the arm and hand and finally the leg and foot.
Step 7. Finish drawing Christmas Snoopy by drawing the shape of the back, his tail and the other arm, leg and foot. Color in some spots on his back and tail like you see here, and add some toe lines to his feet or paws.
Step 8. Once the mistakes are erased and the guides are gone, your drawing of Christmas Snoopy should come out looking like the one you see here.
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December 7, 2014Artist: DawnDifficulty:
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Everyone loves this popular beagle from Charlie Brown especially during three holidays; Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Today I thought I would make a lesson on the adorable beagle known as Snoopy dressed in Christmas cheer. Here is "how to draw Christmas Snoopy", step by step. Like a good little dog Snoopy is enjoying the holiday weather as he waits to see Santa fly through the night sky. He is wearing a Santa hat and has candy cane in his mouth. His collar being red makes it even more festive because the color goes along with the concept. I love drawing characters from my childhood especially those that have been around even before my own mother was born. Have an awesome time drawing Snoopy for Christmas.