how to draw kids next door
Step 5. How to Draw Kids Next Door
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Uploaded: June 9, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: June 9, 2010
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Hi guys, it's me again Dawn, your Dragoart friend, fellow artist, and moderator. Today I will start by submitting a lesson that is going to show you "how to draw Kids Next Door", step by step. This is a show that has been airing for a while now, and over time it has gained more and more popularity. I can totally see why such a series would be so recognized. I mean, it consists of five main kids that remind me a lot of Ed, Edd, and Eddy wrapped into one. They don't use regular names to distinguish each other. Instead, they label one and other with numbers. For instance, Nigel is called Numbuh One, and this is due to the fact that he is the leader or head of the group. Hoagie is Numbuh Two, and he is the inventor and pilot of the group. Kuki is Numbuh Three, and she is what you call a real girly girl that loves anything that walks. Numbuh Four is Wally, and he is a boy from Australia that has a knack for being very impulsive. And finally there is Numbuh Five, and her real name is Abigail. Not only is Abi a smart, laid back chic, she also knows how to keep things under control when things get a bit sticky. The show has been airing on Cartoon Network since 2002, and even though 2008 was the series finale, the show still gets praise, and recognition. I for one used to watch the animated show a few years ago, which is how I know a little something about the cast. As for the series plot, well, the show is supposed to take the viewer on missions, and along with each task, there are clues so that you can try and figure out what the current operation is about. Even though I didn't draw all five of the main characters, I chose to draw the ones that I liked the most. This lesson should show you "how to draw Kids Next Door", in a very easy, and efficient way. The steps are laid out to be as easy as possible to follow, and the instructions are simple to read as well. I will be back in a jiffy with some more drawing fun, so don't you kids move away from that screen, or drop that pencil from your hands. Peace out peeps!