Description: Now I'm pretty sure that Gumball's best friend is a goldfish because he is all orange in color and he seems to have a tail fin and even pectoral fins which happens to be his arms. Of course I could be wrong, but I think it's pretty obvious. Anyways, I told you that I was going to submit more characters from The Amazing World of Gumball, and so here it is, "how to draw Darwin", step by step. When I was reading Darwin's brief bio I found out that he was once a pet that spent a lot of time in a fishbowl. That is until he grew a pair of legs and became Gumball's best friend. He has a friendly face and the only thing he wears is a pair of green colored canvas like shoes. He is going to be even easier to draw than Gumball, and when you are finished you will have the two main characters of the new Cartoon Network animated series. I have to get going because there is a lot more for me to do today. Have fun drawing Darwin, I will be back with more fun stuff for you guys to draw. Peace people!
Description: Like with Gumball, you will start the first step by drawing a big circle for the head, and then draw out the shape of the body. When that is done, sketch out the facial guidelines and move to step two.
Description: Now it's time to draw out Darwin's body starting with the short stubby looking arms that stem from under the head. Now draw out the actual shape of the body which should also include the shapes of his feet.
Description: For the last drawing step, all you need to do is draw in the parting line to make two legs, and then draw in the stripes and circles to create a pair of canvas like sneakers. Erase the lines and shapes you drew in step one to prepare your new drawing for color.
Description: Here is what the goldfish like character looks like when you are all done. Now you have finished this tutorial on how to draw Darwin. Go ahead and color him in for total completion. Again, great work and join me for more drawing fun in the future.
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