How To Draw Stewie

How to Draw Stewie

Stewie Griffin, everyone’s favorite (or least favorite) evil baby, is beloved by fans of the TV show Family Guy, and has been charming viewers since 1999. Fortunately, following these simple steps will have you drawing Stewie, his trademark scowl all adorably intact, in no time.

Step 1: Draw the Outline Using Circles

Start by lightly sketching the basic shape of Stewie’s head with two overlapping circles. One for the top of his head and one for his face, with the bottom of his chin joining the two. Make sure that the circles are as round as possible and that the angle of his chin is nicely curved.

Step 2: Draw the Eyes

Positively bulge up Stewie’s eyes by sketching two big round circles, followed by two smaller circles inside the first. The eyes should be placed slightly higher than halfway up the face. Make sure to add an extra curve of darkness to the inside corners of his eyes for that menacingly grumpy look.

Step 3: Draw the Mouth and Nose

Draw a horizontal line beneath the eyes, this will be the start of Stewie’s mouth. That horizontal line should be a little longer than the circles of the eyes and then slope downwards slightly at the edges. Follow the line downwards to complete the mouth and slightly curved moustache. Add another small curve beneath the mouth to indicate the nose and then draw two short lines beneath the nose to complete the face.

Step 4: Draw His Hat and Bowl Cut Hair

Stewie’s signature hat is a simple matter of drawing two horizontal lines, one above and one below the two circles of his head. Connect the two lines with a straight vertical line and thicken up it up as required. Add a curved brim to the hat but save the detailing for last – Stewie’s classic bowl cut hair is the attention-grabber. For the hair, simply draw four curved lines, connecting the outside of the head circles to each other.

Step 5: Add Details and Final Touches

For added detail, draw two eyebrows, just above the eyes. Stewie’s eyebrows have an almost triangular shape, curling slightly downwards towards the outside edges of his face. You can make these as expressive as you like, just be sure not to make them too wide or low. Finally, add detailing to the hat, such as shading and stitching.

Step 6: Outline and Color

Once you are happy with the finished drawing, go over all the lines with a heavier line to give the drawing a solid finish. If you are using a pencil, use a slightly darker shade to complete this step. To finish up, add Stewie’s signature baby-blue color to make the drawing complete.

Step 7: Enjoy!

You’ve now complete your drawing of Stewie Griffin! With a few simple steps, you’ve created an evil-baby masterpiece – ready to brighten up any bedroom wall, grocery store parking lot, or power plant vault. So, reward yourself with a well-deserved pat on the back and enjoy your hard work!

Julia is an artist and musician, who grew up in a small town in Ohio, where she played in local bands and painted murals in free time. She moved to NY City to study art at the prestigious Pratt Institute, and then relocated to LA to pursue a music career. Julia loves sharing the knowledge she gathered during the years with others.

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