how to draw a mascot

How to Draw a Mascot

Step 1.

First things first. If you are going to tackle this lesson, you will be drawing a mean looking crocodile. Start by drawing a circle for the head and then add the shape for the muzzle. Next draw a triangular shaped body, and then add a line in the middle of the snout shape for the crocs mouth.

Step 2.

You will now start sketching out the snarl shaped mouth as you see here and then sketch out the predominate brows that will give this mascot a mean stare.

Step 3.

You can now start drawing the actual shape and style of the crocodiles nose, and long snout. Notice how the lining is edgy, and bold. Once the snout is drawn you can add some sharp teeth, and then draw the tissue that is connect under the jaw. Draw more of the brows to make them look complete, and then draw in the shape of the eyeballs.

Step 4.

Add detailing to the snout and then draw in the knife shaped razor sharp teeth and then draw the pupils which are slit. When then is done draw the jaw line and then draw the back of the head and or neck. Color in the hollow area of the mouth and move to the next step.

Step 5.

You will now draw the left shoulder and left arm.This crocodiles arms are crossed into each other so that is how you will draw them as well. Sketch in the lines for the scaly skin of this reptile, and then move to the next step.

Step 6.

For your last drawing step all you have to do is sketch out the other arm, and then draw the fingers for the hand that is exposed. Like with the previous step all you have to do lastly, and sketch in the detailing lines for the skins surface to convey that reptilian texture, and then draw the nails, and knuckles. Erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 7.

Here you have a finished mean looking croc that is ready to bring his team some luck. Color it in and you have just learned how to draw a mascot. That was fun, and I know you did an awesome job!

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Uploaded: February 26, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: March 3, 2010
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Artist comments

There are many things that get people riled up or excited especially when it comes to playing or watching sports. One of the main components to any sports team is their mascot. In this tutorial you will learn "how to draw a mascot", step by step. I chose to use an animal for this purpose because that is the most common. What is a mascot exactly? Well, traditionally the purpose of a mascot is to bring luck to a team whether that team be from baseball, football, basketball, hockey, soccer, volleyball, tennis, and many other sports. Now these games can either for professional teams, or for schools, military units, and even brand names. Some examples of a commercial mascot is the Trix rabbit for the cereal brand, the Cheerios bumblebee, the fluffy pink bunny that walks around with black sunglasses, and bangs on a drum for the company that produces Energizer batteries, and so on and so forth. A mascot can come as a person, animal, or object, but the most common is an animal. Lions, tigers, and bears, are some of the more popular concepts in the animal form, and Indians, devils, and raiders are some of the people that are used. In all, no matter what type of mascot you choose for a new team, it must represent your teammates, and how you feel about the team in general. This tutorial will get you started with a crocodile, and from there you can choose to draw mascots of any kind. I hope you have fun with this lesson, I still have tow more to upload so try and stay tuned in for more drawing fun coming your way. Adios!