Learn how to draw a great looking Bingo from Bluey with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Bingo from Bluey.
Bingo is four years old. "When she’s not playing you can find her in the yard talking to tiny bugs or off lost in her own beautiful world."
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Did you know? Bingo and her family are Australian Cattle Dogs. Bluey and Bandit are a color pattern called Blue Heelers, while Bingo and Chilli are Red Heelers.
If you enjoyed this tutorial, you can learn to draw a beagle puppy to be Bingo's new friend!
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Bingo from Bluey
How to Draw a Great Looking Bingo from Bluey for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the Bingo from Bluey outline by drawing Bingo's eye. Draw a small oval inside a larger oval and shade the small oval to indicate the pupil. Beside the eye, draw an inverted triangle with rounded corners.
This is the dog's nose. Extend a straight line from the top and a curved line from the bottom of the nose to enclose the snout.
Easy Bingo from Bluey Drawing - Step 2
2. Enclose the cartoon character's remaining eye above the snout using two partial ovals. Shade the smaller oval to indicate the pupil. Enclose a rounded shape above each eye to form the eyebrows.
Draw a curved line at the corner of the mouth and from it extend a longer curved line to indicate the lower jaw. Connect the snout to the lower jaw with a short line, enclosing the teeth.
Easy Bingo from Bluey Drawing - Step 3
3. Use curved lines to enclose Bingo's rounded rectangular body. Leave a section open on the side to make way for the arm. Then, from inside the body, extend two curved lines to form the arm. Use small "C" shaped lines to begin drawing the fingers.
Easy Bingo from Bluey Drawing - Step 4
4. Use "C" shaped lines to draw the remaining fingers, fully enclosing the hand. Band the wrist with a curved line and draw another curved line across the palm. Then, use a pair of long curved lines and several "C" shaped lines to enclose the arm and hand on the opposite side.
Easy Bingo from Bluey Drawing - Step 5
5. Band the wrist with a curved line and draw a short curved line across the Palm. Then draw the leg. Extend two straight lines from the body, and connect them with the curved line of the foot. Then, band the ankle with a curved line and use two curved lines to differentiate the toes.
Easy Bingo from Bluey Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the remaining leg. Again, extend two straight lines from the body, and connect them with the curved line of the foot. Then, band the ankle with a curved line and use two curved lines to differentiate the toes.
Easy Bingo from Bluey Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw Bingo's ears. Enclose two curved triangles on top of the head, and draw smaller triangles inside each. Then extend a wavy curved line from the character's side to begin sketching the tail.
Add More Details to Your Bingo from Bluey Picture - Step 8
8. Finishing enclosing Bingo's tail. Use a series of overlapping curved lines. Then, band the tip of the tail with a curved line and enclose a spot on its top.
Complete the Outline of Your Bingo from Bluey Drawing - Step 9
Complete your Bingo from Bluey outline by drawing her spots and markings. Use curved lines to enclose the belly, snout, around the eyes, and a spot on her back.
Color Your Bingo from Bluey Drawing
Color your cartoon of Bingo from Bluey. This heeler pup is not blue at all - she is several shades of cream and orange, just like her mother, Chilli.
Can you draw Bluey, Mum, and Dad, too?
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