How To Draw Woody From Toy Story

Are you ready to draw your own version of the one and only cowboy from the famous movie series Toy Story? Well buckle up, it’s time to learn how to draw the legendary woody! Drawing Woody is fun and you can make him as unique as you’d like, so let’s get started.

First, start with a circle to form the head. Next draw two curvy lines downwards as guides for the neck and back. Now draw two ovals for each foot and a curved line connecting the sides of the head to the neck. With this done, move to the face. Sketch a curved line for the brow and add vertical lines for the eyes and diagonal lines for the mouth. Now make Woody look smart by adding two curved lines at the top of the head for the cowboy hat. For the finishing touch, draw a character-defining arc on the outside of his hat and a star in the inner circle to complete the look.

Another fun aspect of drawing Woody is that you can have him show different emotions. To give Woody a happy look, draw two small circles for the eyes, a smile and eyebrows that turn down slightly instead of up. To make him look sad, create a frown with downturned eyebrows and keep the eyes small. Alternatively, make him look surprised by drawing two large circles for the eyes, with the eyebrows angled up near the sides of the head.

Now let’s move on to his body. Start by drawing an oval for the torso and two rectangles for the arms. Keep in mind that with each part of Woody you draw, you can make it as big or as small as you’d like! Make two circles for the wrists and two for the hands. Next draw Woody’s legs and feet. Then, draw two circles for the thighs and two rectangles for the lower legs. Connect the circles and rectangles with curved lines to make the legs. Finally, add the detailing such as his yellow vest, white shirt and boots to make him look like a true cowboy!

The next step is to give Woody his signature voice. To do this, draw a curved line on the neck and add a single line extending from the head and a few rectangles to make the buttons on his vest. The last part of the process is to make him look classic. To do so, draw a bandana around the neck and a lasso in either of his hands. Don’t forget to add the finishing touches by adding things like smile wrinkles, tattoos or facial fuZZ.

Drawing Woody is a great way to show creativity and it’s simple enough for kids and adults alike to do. It’s a challenging and fun activity that can be done anytime and will put a smile on your face. Whether you want to make him a hero, a villain, or just a goofy character, the possibilities are endless. So grab those markers and start sketching the one and only cowboy from Toy Story!

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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