how to draw plushtrap

How to Draw Plushtrap

Step 1.

We will draw the two guides which will be for the head and body. Sketch in the facial guidelines then move to step two.

Step 2.

Using the first guide begin defining the shape of Plushtrap's face and head like so. You will also draw the marking to create the muzzle area.

Step 3.

Next, use the facial guidelines to draw in the big eyes and then color in the pupils like you see here.

Step 4.

Add a mouth line and draw in the stitching to create the teeth.

Step 5.

We will work on getting Plushtrap's ears drawn out. As you can see the left one is down while the right ear is up. Add the padding on the inside of the ears and then sketch in all the spots on the ears and face.

Step 6.

We will start working on the body beginning with the stubby arms. Once they are all drawn in the way you see them drawn in here, you can add the torso. Don't forget the spots on the arms and body. This is a plush version of Springtrap so it has no real hands.

Step 7.

For the final step all you have to do is draw the legs and bottom. When that is all done the remaining spots can be added. Erase your guidelines and shapes.

Step 8.

When all is said and done, your drawing of Plushtrap should come out looking like the line art you see here. Color in this monster and show off your work.

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Uploaded: July 27, 2015
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 8
Updated: July 27, 2015
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Artist comments

Okay folks, many have asked so I have to reply. Today I will be filling a lot of requests and later on today I will be making more lessons on more requested characters. I will start with this one on how to draw Plushtrap, step by step. For those of you who are faithful Five Nights at Freddy's fans, you should recognize this figure who is in Five Nights at Freddy's 4. Plushtrap is a version of Springtrap in plush form. Even though he looks cute and adorable in this lesson, the real Plushtrap attacks you when you're not looking. Anyways, the concept is pretty simple to draw. I know you will have a blast so get to it and wait around for the other lessons that will graze the page in a few. Adios folks and enjoy!