How to Draw Fozzie Bear from the Muppet Show

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"Why don't you wear shoes, Fozzie?"
"Why should I? I'd still have bear feet. Wocka wocka wocka!"
- Fozzie Bear

Since his debut role as a stand-up comedian on The Muppet Show in 1976, Fozzie Bear has been dodging tomatoes and laughing at his own jokes with his "Wocka wocka" catch phrase.

He wears a brown porkpie hat and a bowtie with red or pink polka dots. Despite his comic failures, Fozzie is a perpetual optimist.

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His best friend is Kermit the Frog, and he has appeared in many Muppets movies, television shows, and cartoons. Family members such as his mother, uncle, and cousin also make appearances.

Would you like to draw Fozzie Bear? This easy, step-by-step Muppet drawing guide is here to show you how.

All you will need is a pencil, pen, or marker and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to color your finished drawing.

If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Miss Piggy from the Muppet Show, Gonzo from the Muppet Show, and Pumpkin Patch.

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How to Draw a Great Looking Fozzie Bear from the Muppet Show for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1

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1. Begin by sketching Fozzie's head. Use short curved lines, and allow them to meet in rounded points. This gives Fozzie a furry appearance. His face should be a large rounded shape, with small circular ears on each side. Between the ears, draw a curved shape to form the brim of his hat. Draw a line parallel to the upper side of the brim. Then, enclose a rounded rectangle on top of the brim to form the crown of the hat. Draw a curved line across it to indicate the hat band. Finally, draw several overlapping curved lines to detail each of Fozzie's ears.

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2. Sketch Fozzie's arm. Use a series of short curved lines that meet at gentle points. For the fingers, use "U" shaped lines. Then, double the compound line back upon itself to form the bottom of the arm.

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3. Sketch Fozzie's other arm. Use a series of short lines meeting in gentle points to form both sides of the arm, and "U" shaped lines to form the fingers.

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4. Sketch Fozzie's rounded belly using a series of overlapping curved lines.

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5. Sketch Fozzie's leg. Use curved lines that meet in gentle points to form the sides of the leg. Then, use overlapping "U" shaped lines to form the toes.

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6. Sketch Fozzie's remaining leg. For the sides of the leg, use short curved lines that meet in gentle points. Then, use "U" shaped lines to form the toes. Notice the jagged, furry appearance of the tops of the toes.

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7. Draw Fozzie's loose bow tie. Use curved lines to form the central knot and the "W" shaped lobes of the ribbon. Use pairs of curved lines to form the dangling ribbons as well as the portion of the tie that is around his neck. Finally, add depth and dimension to the bow by detailing it with curved lines.

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8. Detail Fozzie's face. Draw an oval to form the nose, with slightly smaller ovals resting on top of it to indicate the eyes. Band each eye with a pair of lines to form the eyelids. Beneath this, draw a small circle in each eye to indicate the pupil. Above the eyes, enclose two curved shapes using overlapping short lines to indicate the furry eyebrows.

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9. Draw Fozzie's large smiling mouth. Use a curved line and two "U" shaped lines to outline the mouth and tongue. Then, draw a short line down the center of the tongue.

Color Your Fozzie Bear from the Muppet Show Drawing

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Color Fozzie Bear. He is typically brown in color.

Then, head over to our character drawing guides, where you'll find all of Fozzie's Muppet friends, including Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog.

For more great Drawing Ideas tutorials, see the 100 Simple Drawing Ideas post.

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