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How to draw Chestnut | Chowder series

If you’re an ardent fan of Chowder series, you’ve likely been charmed by the whimsical world of Marzipan City and its quirky residents. Today, we’re focusing on one of the most distinctive characters – Chestnut. By the end of this guide, you’ll know how to draw Chestnut with precision and flair.

Chestnut’s Unique Appearance

Chestnut stands out, not just because of his minuscule stature, but his vivid blue hue and distinct features. Here are some key elements to pay attention to when drawing him:

  • His small, rounded-off square-shaped body
  • Purple shoes that contrast his blue body
  • A distinguishable beard that flows down
  • Two horns that curve slightly outward

While sketching Chestnut, it might be fun to pair him with similar or related characters. How about positioning him next to Chowder, possibly mistaking Chowder’s hat for a vacation home?

About this Drawing Guide

Before diving into the steps, it’s essential to understand the guide’s structure and its unique color coding system:

  • Red Color: Indicates the current step you should be focusing on.
  • Black Color: Highlights the lines you’ve previously sketched.
  • Grey Color: Denotes the basic sketch which aids in proportioning the character.

This guide consists of 6 steps, with the very first one being crucial to set the drawing’s proportion right. Once you’ve sketched Chestnut in all his glory, you might want to ink the drawing. Remember, after inking, wait for the ink to dry completely before erasing the pencil marks to avoid any smudges.

Step 01

How to draw Chestnut from Chowder - step 01

Step 02

How to draw Chestnut from Chowder - step 02

Step 03

How to draw Chestnut from Chowder - step 03

Step 04

How to draw Chestnut from Chowder - step 04

Step 05

How to draw Chestnut from Chowder - step 05

Step 06

How to draw Chestnut from Chowder

Concluding Strokes

There you have it, a comprehensive guide on how to draw Chestnut from Chowder. Drawing, like any art form, improves with practice. So, don’t be discouraged if your first attempt isn’t perfect. If you found this guide valuable, please consider donating. Your support helps in churning out more such free drawing tutorials. Moreover, you get the privilege to suggest ideas for new guides. Also, don’t forget to share this tutorial link on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or anywhere you’d love to. Happy sketching!

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