How to Draw Rick and Morty
by Umair Saleem Working As A DIgital Marketer
Rick and Morty are cartoon characters that have made themselves quite a name for themselves, mainly due to their ridiculous, yet endearing ways of progressing throughout the episodes. The most notable supporting character is Rick Sanchez, who is portrayed as the dimwitted younger brother of the late great grandpa Rick. His partner is an enthusiastic girl by the name of Beth, whom he met in grade school and later fell in love with. Together they journeyed across various time periods and regions of earth, saving many people along the way.
Rick, can you explain what Rick and Morty are? Rick is the main protagonist and deuteragonist of this show, appearing in the third season, " Rick and Morty #1 ". He is portrayed by Justin Roiland, also responsible for the voice of Mr. Poopypants and Summer. His unusual, yet comical voice earned him a spot on the Hall of Fame in the Animation category of the 2021 Academy Awards.
His most well known drawing is one that he did for an adult coloring contest that he entered. It shows his typical cartoon style with strong upright curved lines and his trademark hairbrush. The drawing looks very easy to draw and he did not go through any complicated or expensive drawing techniques. In fact, his drawing even has the look and feel of an old black-and-white comic book.
If you would like to try your hand at drawing this cool cartoon, you may want to start with the basic shapes and sketching. You can use basic shapes like squares, rectangles and circles to begin with. You can apply shading to add depth and dimension to your drawing. Apply paint to your drawings using a medium that is appropriate for your art such as gel pen, pencil or markers.
When you're done sketching and coloring, you'll want to make sure you're ready to draw the main body of your drawing. Use light pastel colors to create the basic outline of your character. Then take a few steps back from the main body and place a smaller shape in the center. This will be the face of your character.
Draw the nose, eyes, mouth and hairstyle. You'll now place some more detail into your drawing. Using softer pastels, you'll create wispy highlights and thin shadows around the edges of your characters. Make sure you smooth out the wavy lines and soften the colors you've used.
The last thing you'll do when you're finished with your outline is to fill in your drawing with color. Use darker shades of your paint color to create dark outlines. Then use medium shades of your color to create light outline strokes. Finally, use white to create the lightest touch of color. By doing this, you'll see that you've created the body, face and head of your character.
So now that you know the basics of how to draw Rick and Morty, it's time to start practicing. Get a piece of paper or a pad of paper and start drawing what you've created so far. Don't worry if you don't draw your best work right away, that's alright because as you continue to practice, you're bound to get better. Practice makes perfect so put in the effort and you'll soon be drawing your favorite shows in no time! Rick and Morty picture
You may need to buy some new tools to help you draw better if you're drawing Rick and Morty or any other cartoons for that matter, but you don't have to spend a lot of money. There are plenty of low cost drawing supplies that you can find at any local art supply store. If you're into making art as a pastime then there's nothing better than buying your tools from a company that also makes art supplies so you can use the exact same set up.
Some other great art supplies to keep in your art supplies box include crayons, markers, chalk, rubber stamps, scissors, and paper. There are also plenty of drawing books that can teach you everything you need to know about drawing cartoons, drawing in general, and drawing Rick and Morty in particular. With the right resources around you, drawing Rick and Morty will be a snap.
Keep in mind though, that learning to draw isn't something that you can pick up overnight. It takes a lot of time, practice, and patience to master this skill. If you're a beginner, it may be a good idea to start with a very easy cartoon before trying more advanced topics. Make sure you're drawing things that are not going to look too messy or distorted once they're finished. The last thing you want is to have a masterpiece drawn, only to have it ruined because you used water damage or other tools.
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