OC Drawing

An oc drawing a day keeps the doctor away I just learned how to draw the thingie on top of a mario mushroom and I’m so happy. rn I’ve been trying to draw that since like March but I couldn’t figure out how u just put two shapes together and make one shape out of it.

So now I can finally draw mario mushrooms lolol rnrnAlso thanks for everyone who responded to my last post. It made my day 🙂

How to Draw an O.C. (Original Character)

How to Draw an O.C. (Original Character)

This Tutorial will be split into two parts, the first will cover drawing and setting up your character, the second part will cover colouring and shading, as well as adding backgrounds and other things.

To draw your O.C’s head, draw a circle and divide it in half both ways. Then draw another circle in the middle for their chin. Add lines for their eyes and nose and make sure that these are all lined up with each other. After that you can add some extra lines for their mouth and hair, these don’t have to follow any rules though so just do whatever looks good to you.

Now we can start outlining our character. To do this, draw two circles on either side of your character’s head for arms, and two smaller circles below them for their hands. For the upper body we can use a rectangle shape that goes from under their arms down to about where their hips would be (don’t go too low or it’ll look like they’ve got no legs). In a similar way, draw two more rectangles below that for their legs, although these ones should be slanted outwards slightly so it looks like they’re standing on the ground properly. Finally add some very

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This is a guide on how to draw OCs.

I will tell you what I do when drawing my own OCs and give you some tips and tricks.

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Drawing is one of the most important activities you and your students can do. Drawing not only provides the basis for other creative activities – like painting, sculpture and printmaking – but it also provides a direct link with reading, writing and especially mathematics.

The purpose of this guide is to give you some ideas for drawing activities that help your students to:

learn about lines, shapes, colours, textures, patterns and space

express their feelings and imagination

learn about other cultures in the world around them

develop their fine motor skills

explore different drawing media, tools and techniques.