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How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step    (Released in 2010, June)
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 This video and the resources below will teach you how to draw George W. Bush. E-Mail me your finished pictures

@ kazanjianm@gmail.com and I will post them. - Merrill

 

 

   

Draw George W Bush Step by Step 1-2

Step 1.) Observe, then draw the shape that you see. This will be President Bush's forehead.

Notice that the eyebrow region is similar to how a child draws a bird.

Step 2.) Observe, then put in the two shapes for Dubya's hair. Take your time and compare

the size of each shape. 

 

Draw George W Bush Step by Step 3-4

Step 3.) Its time to put in Dubya's peepers. Instead of just focusing on the eye, I put in

the entire eye region.

Step 4.) In  step four, I added the bottom of the nose. Take your time to notice the

spacing between the eye shapes and the line for the nose.

How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step 5-6

Step 5.) Add the wrinkle lines to the side of the nose and President Bush's mouth. Notice

that the region between the top lip and the bottom of the nose is trapezoidal. Also notice

that the former President's top lip is extremely thin and that the bottom lip is only slightly

thicker than the center part, where his teeth are.

Step 6.) Add the chin to your drawing. Also, notice the extra shadow line that I added.

How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step 7-8

Step 7.) Add the neck shape and the two ears. Don't stress too much about the shape of

the neck, but know that most caricatures of the former President, portray him with big ears.

Democrats and Republicans can both agree that Dubya has some prominent cartelidge on

the side of his head.

Step 8.) Add the teeth. Be sure to notice the strong shadow on the sides of the mouth but

resist the urge to go too dark between each tooth.

How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step 9-10

Step 9.) Spend some extra time on step 9. Add in President Bush's eyes and eyebrows. His

eyes are extra small and there is slightly less space between them than most people. Notice

that there is only a small amount of space between the eyes and eyebrows. Finally, add more

detail than usual to the region under the eye.

 

Steps 10-16- Please watch the shading portion of the video above and print out the PDF below

to assist you. 

 George W. Bush Drawing Step by Step 11-12   
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Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper

Many of you have asked; This is a link to the drawing paper that I use for my pencil drawing work(the 80lb paper). This paper is both cheap (err...cost effective) and of high quality. I have used it since I began my teaching career in 2001, and I still use it for my own art projects. - Merrill Kazanjian 

Compare Blick's drawing paper — its weight, texture, and value — with any other student drawing paper you've used. Our premium brand of student art papers has been produced to meet the needs of the art teacher. It has a medium surface suitable for all pencil, charcoal, pastel, or pen and ink drawing. Available in 50 lb (74 gsm), 60 lb (98 gsm), and 80 lb (124 gsm) weights and a variety of packages.


 

george w bush drawing step by step
finished george w bush
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