How To Draw Phineas And Ferb Characters
How To Draw Phineas And Ferb Characters
Watch the children's characters Phineas and Ferb come alive in this 15-minute Videojug film. It's a lot of fun and the step-by-step demonstration actually makes it look simple! Give your creativity a leap and not too far behind in the film, also learn to draw Perry the Platypus. Creating every detail makes these characters absolutely endearing and unforgettable!
I'm going to draw Phineas, from Phineas and Ferb. Basically, you want to start from the shape of his face. So if we come out here, basically of a triangle on this, so you come out straight, sort of straight line but slightly going downwards there, and then you come down here and then you come back up for the mouth.
Just a big smile, so you want to come out round. You want a leave quite a big gap, because you've got to fit his teeth in his mouth in later and his tongue and everything. Then you come down and a tiny little bit at the bottom for his neck.
And then you're going to come up and I've got to do a little bit there for his ear. This part of the head is going up to where the hair is, so you want to come up and then you want to join it up with the line you did originally. You just join it like that and that's where we first do his hair.
His hair is basically a spiky shape so you can come off here in a few spikes. I don't need to be exact, they just sort of stick out every which way, three on either side, really, and come back in. Just do a few dots here and that's basically his hair.
The face is ready for the eyes. Now, we're going to put the eyes on. Now, the eyes are very large, so the first one is going to go over the line you've drawn for the face and the second one comes off that onto the back of the face.
So, you can only see a part of it, and we're just going to do some little eyebrows above, and then we're going to fill in the pupils in the eyes, so you do sort of an oval shape here and this one, you can only see a part of it so you just do, like that, and you color them in, shade them in like this. You leave a little point in it though which it's going to be for the light reflecting off the pupil, and there you have the eyes. Now, we're going to move on to the mouth.
So, we left quite a big gap here, we can easily fill the teeth in. So, you have to come a straight line down from there, you just loosely follow it up to the back of the mouth. For the bottom one, you want to come up here, you don't want to come in, you want to leave room for the tongue here, so you just go in like that.
Then, you join this bit to there with a curvy line and this little line there for his tongue, and we should shade it around. If you make a mistake with this one, it doesn't matter because when you're shading in around it, you could just color over the line you don't really want. And we've got his face shape there.
Moving on to his body, it's nice and simple to do his body. You just need to do a couple of lines that come down here and one from there and you round that off on the bottom. That's going to be his t-shirt.
And then we've got a little rectangle that's going to be his shorts. And a couple of little lines, 2 here, 2 there, they're going to be his legs. So, I've moved back up to the top of his body.
Do a little circle up there, that's the top of his t-shirt. And following this line down, this is going to be the back of the arm of his t-shirt, you come, I'm taking that off so we know what we're working on, and come along for that part there. Now, he's got very thin arms, sort of hanging down to the level of his shorts.
So if you follow them, you just draw a straight line down, follow that down and you come into the fingers, which literally if you do one finger, then you know you can do the others because then they are just basically all the same. Come up to the back of the arm and like that, picking that up. The other arm you can only see part of it.
So, we're just going to come down like this and into the t-shirt and the arm comes down and in. So, you've got his arms there. Now, we'll do a few stripes on his t-shirt.
So we do some evenly spaced stripes, minding that bit there, of his arm. Now, we move on to the shorts. We've already got the basic shape of the shorts drawn, so we just put a line there that separates the legs of shorts, and we just round them off slightly becaus