how to draw pascal

How to Draw Pascal

Step 1.

Alright, before we jump into any major detailing, you'll be needing to establish the foundation to place the major body frame for Pascal. This character is a chameleon who is ever so adorably cute. Start by drawing the large circle and the circular shape behind the first circle. You need to draw these guides the closest as possible since they are your foundation pane. Whatever you draw for the skeleton, has a relative outcome.

Step 2.

Next, move onto drawing the base head for Pascal. This will be requiring some time to sketch down since it's a tedious area to work on.

Step 3.

Then, draw the outline of the body. Keep in mind to stay in tune with the guides you drew previously. Take your time, things can get very rushy when you mess up a few times.

Step 4.

Next, draw the limbs, keeping in mind the distance between each. Always reference from your drawing to this reference to coordinate a proper drawing of Pascal. He only has three toes so don't over draw them!

Step 5.

Lastly, add the iris and pupils for our cute Pascal and a few finalizing details! Don't forget to draw the scales that lay on the brows of his face!

Step 6.

Here is what you should result with once you've finished your drawing! Use micron pens to ink him out. Later, you can consider using markers (preferably copics) and colored pencils to complete Pascal. Thanks for viewing this tutorial; I hope you had a burst of fun!

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Uploaded: November 29, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: November 29, 2010
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Artist comments

Alright, so a member here requested a tutorial to learn "how to draw Pascal", step by step. This character appears in the popular movie, 'Tangled' which I think is showing in theaters these days. I had so much fun drawing the character, as well as coloring. My favorite part in tutorial making is definitely the coloring region. Anyways, I'm on a huge tutorial submittin' ball tonight, so I hope you'll enjoy this! Thanks so much for viewing and have fun learning to "draw Pascal from Tangled". Any type of feedback is appreciated!