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How to Draw 3D SpongeBob
Step 1. Let's start by drawing SpongeBob's square shaped body. Be sure that it has all the wavy lines to form a sponge like texture.
Step 2. Next, draw the squiggle line down the left side of the body. This will put SpongeBob at an angle. Once that is done you can draw in the various different sized holes like you see here.
Step 3. Next, draw in his noodle like nose.
Step 4. We will now draw SpongeBob's big round eyes. Let's not forget his signature lashes.
Step 5. Finish the eyes by adding the pupils, then draw in the freckles, and frown line for his mouth.
Step 6. To finish SpongeBob's expression, all you have to do is draw in his bucked teeth, and then the lip swirl under the teeth.
Step 7. Draw in SpongeBob's sleeves, then you will draw in his skinny arms along with the relaxed hands.
Step 8. Now that the top half of SpongeBob is all done, you can tackle the task of drawing the straight lined square shape for his bottom half.
Step 9. Next, make the lining to separate the short line from the pant line. Then draw in the dashes for the belt. Add the tie and you can proceed to step ten.
Step 10. We will finish off this 3D drawing of SpongeBob by drawing the pants, legs and then his shoes. Don't forget the sock lines as well. Erase the mistakes that you might have made.
Step 11. That's it, you have finished drawing SpongeBob in 3D form. Now you can go ahead and color him in.
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It's no surprise that there would eventually be another SpongeBob movie and having said that it's come to my attention that there is a new film called 'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water' and it's due to be in theaters February 6th of this year. So, since it's a 3D version I thought it would be cool to give you guys some lessons on the crew in 3D form. I will start with how to draw 3D SpongeBob, step by step. As you can see he looks less cartoony looking and more three dimensional giving him a realistic quality. The steps will be easy and the lesson will be fun. Enjoy the task and stick around for the rest of the gang.