Description: Created for Hanna Barbera by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears in 1969, "Scooby Doo, Where Are You" is a popular cartoon that was originally made as a Saturday morning cartoon show. It made its cartoon debut on CBS in September of 1969. The first episode was called “What a Night for a Knight”. Not only is Scooby part of the Mystery Inc. group, there is also the blonde bomb shell which happens to be a guy called Fred Jones, then we have the ravenous red head Daphne Blake, the four eyed genius Velma Dinkley, and of course Scooby’s best pal and eating buddy Norvill “Shaggy” Rogers. Together they drive around in the Mystery Machine to find mystery’s to unravel and solve. They always get there man or woman, and it’s usually Scooby and Shaggy that get the catch, (of course it’s almost always on accident.) Scooby Doo is a Great Dane that is assumingly owned by Shaggy. In 1979 Scrappy-Doo (who is the pint size nephew of Scooby) was added to the series up until 1980. Over the years Scooby Doo was made into telefilm cartoon movies that went to VHS and DVD for folks to purchase. Till this day the series runs on Cartoon Network, and over the years has been one of the most popular cartoon series past down to generations. He still remains the cowardly dog that will only take risks for delicious Scooby snacks, and he never goes anywhere without his good buddy Shaggy. Together they are funny, goofy, and at times they can be brave. In 2002 Warner Bros. release a live-action movie called Scooby-Doo. It grossed over $130 million dollars so a sequel was made soon after that called Scooby Doo 2: Monster Unleashed which I thought was not as funny as the first one. Over all I will always love the characters of Mystery Inc. I grew up with them and remain a fan. This tutorial teaches you how to draw Scooby-Doo with just seven simple steps. The instructions are easy to read and follow. Until next time, I bid you farewell.
Description: This step is all about drawing the frame work for Scooby. Start off by drawing three circles, one oval shape for the head, one large circle shape for the torso, and one smaller shape for the butt end of this Great Dane. Before leaving this step you have to draw in the face and neck guide like so.
Description: Using the shape you drew in step one, you can start sketching the front part of the face, as well as the girthy snout and muzzle. Draw in a squiggle line for the mouth, and then draw in his chin. Don't forget to make the nose tip.
Description: Scooby's head is almost done which means you can move onto other parts of the body. Continue to draw out the head by making the back of the neck. Next, draw in the ears, and then add some inner detailing. Next, draw Scooby's friendly eyes and eyebrows, and then draw the thick dog collar and tag.