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Uploaded: October 4, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: October 5, 2008
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Before I upload this tutorial I must tell you that I did indeed have one more out of the ordinary object for you to learn. But that will wait until I’m done with this next tutorial. Right now let's take a step back and return to the Looney Tunes characters that everyone seems to love. Just like with the Pepe Le Pew character, I thought the Looney Tune character that should be added as a tutorial to join the other goof balls should be on how to draw Wile E. Coyote. And if you’re not familiar with this character (which I doubt), I will tell you a little about him. Wile is an animated cartoon character from the Warner Bros. Looney Tune collection that has been around since 1949. His first on screen appearance was with the animated episode called Fast and Furry-Ous. This animated character rarely talks and he is absolutely determined to catch a blue long necked bird called Road Runner. The opening scene for every episode is of the two characters speeding down the mountain like highways in a desert landscape. The only problem that the Coyote has is catching him. You see, the Road Runner is much too fast for the thin straggly Wile E. so what he does is try to come up with any kind of plan to catch him with homemade concoctions. He will also go all out and spend top dollar on devices from the Acme Company such as rockets, dynamite or TNT, high powered bat suits that fly, and even catapults and large human sized slingshots. No matter what he does it never seems to work. Each episode ends with either the Coyote holding up a sign displaying “The End” while he is beaten and battered, or the Road Runner will hold up a sign that says “Beep Beep” and then turns it over to say “The End”. No matter what, the show is wicked funny and I am glad that my mom let us in on these cartoons when we were kids because I'll tell you something, they are good. This tutorial will show you how to draw Wile E. Coyote step by step with detailed instructions. I will be back with another tutorial in a while until then stick around and have some fun.