Learn how to draw a great looking Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing.
"To those of us with real understanding, dancing is the only pure art form!" - Snoopy, Peanuts
It's time for a happy dance! Learn how to draw Snoopy from Peanuts, dancing, with the help of this easy cartoon drawing tutorial.
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Snoopy's original artist described him this way: "He can win or lose, be a disaster, a hero, or anything, and yet it all works out.
I like the fact that when he's in real trouble, he can retreat into a fantasy." In other words, Snoopy is a bit like you and me.
Did you know? Snoopy made his first comic appearance in 1950. Since then, he's often been seen in the middle of a "happy dance."
Why does Snoopy dance for joy? Charlie Brown explained, "Some days, Snoopy loves life so much he can't express it." So he dances!
You don't need your dancing shoes to draw Snoopy at his finest. All you need is a pencil and a sheet of paper.
See also, Cute Guide To Draw A Realistic Dog.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Snoopy from Peanuts, Dancing
How to Draw a Great Looking Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by sketching Snoopy's smiling face. Use long curved lines for the cheek and mouth. Use short curved lines for the closed eyes and the corner of the mouth.
Shade an irregular rounded shape - a cross between an oval and a triangle with rounded corners - to indicate the nose.
Easy Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing Drawing - Step 2
2. Extend a long curved line above the cheek and double it back upon itself to enclose a boomerang shape. This is Snoopy's ear.
Then, continue the line of the cheek beyond the ear, completing the outline of the face.
Easy Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing Drawing - Step 3
3. Extend another curved line from the side of the head and double it back upon itself to form the remaining ear.
Then, begin sketching the body. Extend the lines at the bottom of the face to form the neck and stomach. At the back of the neck, extend a pair of curved parallel lines to form the arm.
Easy Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing Drawing - Step 4
4. Use "U" shaped lines to form the fingers, completing the outline of the hand.
Easy Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing Drawing - Step 5
5. Begin drawing the remaining arm. Extend a pair of curved lines from the body. Then, begin sketching "U" shaped lines to form the fingers.
Easy Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing Drawing - Step 6
6. Complete the outline of the hand using "U" shaped lines. Then, extend a long curved line below the arm to outline the back and the back of the rear leg.
Easy Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing Drawing - Step 7
7. Use curved lines to outline the fronts of Snoopy's legs. Use another line to enclose the foot of the near leg. Draw short curved lines at the tip of the foot to differentiate the toes.
Add More Details to Your Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing Picture - Step 8
8. Enclose the remaining foot using a curved line. Indicate the toes by drawing short curved lines at the tip of the foot.
Enclose a spot on the back using another curved line. Band the neck with a thick line to indicate the collar.
Complete the Outline of Your Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing Drawing - Step 9
9. Use two curved lines to sketch the crescent-moon-shaped tail. Then, draw sets of curved lines around the ears and feet to indicate movement.
Color Your Snoopy from Peanuts Dancing Drawing
Color your cartoon of Snoopy dancing. He is white with black spots and a red collar.
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