Description: “Casper, the friendly ghost, the friendliest ghost you know. Though grown-ups might look at him with fright, the children all love him so. He always says hello, and he's really glad to meet’cha. Wherever he may go, he's kind to every living creature. Grown-ups don't understand why children love him the most. But kids all know that he loves them so, Casper the friendly ghost“. That is the theme song to one of the best cartoons that has ever aired on television. I heard tell that there is a new Casper movie coming out and I wanted to do a lesson on him. I still remember the flick that was about Casper a few years ago that stared Bill Pullman and Christina Ricci. So needless to say this tutorial is going to show you “how to draw Casper” step by step. Everyone loves Casper, and Casper loves everyone. He longs for friends so bad because he feels alone all the time and if you are familiar with the cartoon, he does make a friend named Wendy. The cartoon series started airing in 1945, but before that there was a book about this ghostly character called “The Friendly Ghost” which was released back in 1939. I have always loved Casper and I always will. His enemies and acquaintances that are ghostly just like him are indeed “The Ghostly Trio” and their names are Fatso, Fusso, and Lazo. Now in the movie, it was Fatso, Stinkie, and Stretch. Well anyways, I will leave you to this lesson on “how to draw Casper", step by step”. I will be back like always so try and stay online for more drawing fun. Peace out peeps!
Description: To draw Casper all you need to do is draw a circle shape for his head and then add the facial guidelines. You will then draw another smaller circle for his torso area and then add the arm lines and the wispy body or tail like line.
Description: Now that some of Casper's facial features are drawn out you can finish off the eyes by making eyeballs and pupils. Next draw the shape of his bubble looking head and then add eyebrows, a nose and then his friendly smile. Once that is complete you can start drawing out the arms and hands.
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