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Best Guide to Draw Bootleg Bart Simpson Quick and Easy!

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Learn to Draw Bootleg Bart Simpson

A fun take on Bootleg Bart Simpson. Overall is the best nostalgic design template you could use to create for any gift card, signed letter, or fanzine with your friends.

A fun take on Bootleg Bart Simpson. Overall is the best nostalgic design template you could use to create for any gift card, signed letter, or fanzine with your friends.

First Things First

To draw bootleg Bart Simpson you will need the following.

  • Pencil (For a rough outline I suggest mechanical pencils)
  • Paper (For conceiving your brilliant custom Bootleg Bart)
  • Eraser (To get rid of ugly pencil marks)
  • Micron Pen (Archival Ink)
  • Zip-Lock bag (To keep pen nibs dry)

One Eye To Rule Them All

To  get started drawing your Bootleg Bart Simpson begin with the eye. Draw a circle. This simple circle is a great way to gauge the size of your bootleg Bart or just to create a skeleton of points.

To get started drawing your Bootleg Bart Simpson begin with the eye. Draw a circle. This simple circle is a great way to gauge the size of your bootleg Bart or just to create a skeleton of points.

Eye

Draw a simple circle to used to create Bootleg Barts Eye. This circle will gauge the size of your Bootleg Bart or it could be used at a point of destination if you want a more abstract take on everyone's favorite merry prankster.

No face, No case

Start your Bootleg Bart Face by drawing his other eye, nose, and lips.

Start your Bootleg Bart Face by drawing his other eye, nose, and lips.

Right Eye, Nose, Mouth

From the bottom of your circle draw Bootleg Bart Simpsons nose by creating a horizontal down-facing J. Now you have created Bootleg Barts Eye and Nose. At the tip of the nose make a vertical drawn lip curved into the face creating Bootleg Barts Mouth. Add a mark at the end of his face to create his cheek and draw a semi-circle from the top of the right eye to the tip of the nose. This will create the full-facial pattern for Bootleg Barts face. From here you could take a more abstract approach and draw the rest of his head completely different. To create a more personalized look to really give your Bart the true Bootleg feel you're looking for.

This part we create the overall head-shape to complete our Bootleg Bart Simpson.

This part we create the overall head-shape to complete our Bootleg Bart Simpson.

Head Shape, Jaw, Neck

This part will establish the full head shape for our Bootleg Bart Simpson. Start off by drawing at the top of Bootleg Bart's right eye. Draw a small semi-circle and then a vertical line coming off of that. Parallel to that draw a line that almost curves slightly outward to create the volume for Bootleg Bart's head shape and overall head contour. After that is done start your next line at the middle of Bootleg Bart's top lip and draw another semi-circle and downward vertical line. You will now see your Bootleg Bart coming to life as ideas of text bubbles pop into your mind.

It's All In The Details

Finish the rough structure of your Bootleg Bart Simpson and then ink your drawing by tweaking the original and putting your own unique spin on this wonderful classic.

Finish the rough structure of your Bootleg Bart Simpson and then ink your drawing by tweaking the original and putting your own unique spin on this wonderful classic.

Hair, Ear, Neck

This will finish up the structure for your Bootleg Bart Simpson by drawing the hair, ears, and neck. Start by connecting the neck on the bottom. After you finish this draw nine spikes of hair on Bootleg Bart's head. Lastly, we have Bootleg Bart's ear. Draw a C shape and two curved marks on the inside of the ear to complete Bootleg Barts full head structure.

Don't think, Just Ink

Here we have an inked drawing of the original pencil drawing.

Here we have an inked drawing of the original pencil drawing.

Ink

Take your micron pen and draw over your linework adding or changing things; because, this is about making a Bootleg Bart Simpson that is unique and one of a kind. After inking, use your eraser to get rid of any pencil marks. Rub your eraser softly to not damage the ink.

Get Loose or Tight

This is an example of different textures you can use for your Bootleg Bart Simpson.

This is an example of different textures you can use for your Bootleg Bart Simpson.

Textures

Now that you have your Bootleg Bart Simpson structure, get weird with it. It's all about making a Bootleg Bart no one has ever seen, is cool to you, and fun to share with friends. By following this guide you will have created your very own custom Bootleg Bart Simpson.

Comments

Muhammad Abdullah on April 16, 2019:

Haha ! I tried it and I got anything but a face ...

Guess, talent does matters ...

Great article though ...

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