Description: There is a new movie coming out very soon and it's called "Gnomeo and Juliet", and it is supposed to be really good. I haven't gotten any good 411 on what the flick is about yet, but as soon as I get a chance to do so, I will let you know what I think. As far as finding information on the characters that will be appearing in the new movie, I think that will be a bit difficult. The only thing that is available is a trailer preview which I happened to watch and as far as I can see, it's about the life of Gnomes and how they come to life when everyone is away. The story also turns into a Romeo and Juliet type of story because two Gnome characters that are from opposites sides of the fence, fall in love and want to be with each other. This tutorial that I will be putting up is going to show you "how to draw Lady Bluebury", step by step. She is voiced by Maggie Smith who is best known nowadays for her role in the Harry Potter series as she plays a character named Minerva McGonagall. Anyways, this is going to be a fun lesson for anybody that likes drawing CGI characters from popular animated films. I will be back again so stay tuned in to see what will pop in front of your screen next. Peace out people, and have an awesome drawing day.
Description: Since Lady Blubury is a frog, you will be drawing a frog figure. Start by making a circle for the head, and then draw out a square like body like you see here. Once that is done add the guidelines for the legs and face.
Description: Okay, now you can begin drawing out the legs, and then draw in the toes and feet. When you are finished you can draw out the mouth or thick lips, and then draw the small round shape inside of the mouth which is the squeaker. Add some lid lines, and then detail the body like you see here. This is actually your last drawing step too, which means you will need to erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one.
Description: Here is what Lady Bluebury looks like when you are all done, now you can color her in and be on your merry way. Maybe you can draw a Gnome of your own and give it a unique name. Thanks for joining me guys, and I hope you enjoyed this lesson on how to draw Lady Bluebury from Gnomeo and Juliet.
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