How to Draw an Animated Lawn Gnome

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When drawing an animated lawn gnome you'll probably want to start off with the face. Find out how to draw an animated lawn gnome with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Al Krakosky and I'm an artist. Today, I'm going to show you how to draw an animated lawn gnome. I'm going to start off with his face. I'm going to draw two large eyes. Two large circle eyes, they're right next to each other. Another circle on the inside. We'll leave the middle not colored in. And link that with a curve and a curve underneath that. And nostrils for his nose. And right underneath that we'll give him a mustache because most lawn gnomes have a beard and mustache. So that's what we are going to draw. So next step we'll start adding the beard. Just give him a nice fluffy beard. Make him look like Santa Claus. Some big ears and some half circles for the ears. And eyebrows above the eye. And one above this eye. And of course a lawn gnome has got to have his pointed hat. Okay, so we'll come down here you got a shoulder coming out from the beard. I'm going to stop right there. Come back up and draw his chest leading down to his stomach. I'm going to curve around here and I'm going to put a belt in there. His arms I'm going to put behind his back just like that. So we leave an area for a belt. Put this part yellow. Continue his outfit down a little bit. Add a curve there for his belly. I'm going to have his little legs come out underneath. And he's going to be wearing boots. And same thing over here, add the creases in the boots. And then we'll add the lawn. He's a lawn gnome so he'll be on the lawn. And the last thing you can do go back in add a little bit of shading in some spots. And then you are done. That's how you draw an animated lawn gnome. Thank you for watching and keep on drawing.

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