How to Draw Patrick Star ✍️  | Draw Along w/Mike Dougherty 🎨 | SpongeBob SquarePants

How to Draw Patrick Star ✍️ | Draw Along w/Mike Dougherty 🎨 | SpongeBob SquarePants

– Hi, my name is Mike Dougherty. – I love you. – I’m a storyboard artist
on SpongeBob SquarePants, and today, I’m going to be showing you how to draw Patrick Star. – (laughs) It’s a giraffe. (quirky, upbeat music) Is mayonnaise an instrument? – Patrick Star is basically,
kind of a pear shape. So if you break that down, a pear is basically a circle, and kind of a triangle shape on top of it. If you can draw a pear, then
you can draw Patrick Star. – No way. – Starting with a circle again, (upbeat guitar music) Here comes his head,
roughly about the same size as the circle. The center line in the circle
to indicate his shorts. (upbeat guitar music) Center line going through his body. And the reason why we do that is because we wanna make sure his features
land in the right place. If I don’t have a guideline to help me, I’m just gonna maybe get his eyes wrong, or maybe they’ll end
up in the wrong place, so having that guideline really helps you, really helps you put his
features in the right place. (upbeat guitar music) Patrick’s eyes are, again,
going back to shapes, they’re basically ovals. When I draw Patrick, I
like to put a little slant to his eyes. You could draw his eyes
straight up and down, like this, but I think it adds a
little bit of character if you draw one eye askew
and then another eye askew. (upbeat guitar music) His eyebrows, his eyebrows are, an easy trick is to just draw a Z. (comical boings) And a backwards Z. So I’ll draw a Z here, for this eyebrow, and then another Z on the other side. And then, you can do a
lot with Patrick’s face. (mumbles) He can be very expressive. You can give him that kind of mouth, or you can give him a big smile, or you can give him a little smile. You can do a lot with him. But today I’ll just do a sort
of standard Patrick smile. He’s got a bit of an underbite, so his bottom jaw comes out in front of his top jaw, like that. We’ll draw his cone, and then
his cone’s got a little bit of a bump in it, so at
the top there’s kind of a, there’s kind of a little
fold in his cone, like that. – Who are you calling pinhead? – Short little knubby arms. And then, we’ll draw his belly. That’s the fun part. (upbeat guitar music) His belly button. He’s got those three
freckles on his belly, and he’s got, I think he’s
got a little freckle up here, and one here. And we’ll draw his shorts, (mumbles). If you see me undoing things, if you see me undoing
some of my line work, it’s just, I’m trying to
get that perfect curve. Can’t always get it
right on the first time, it’s okay to make mistakes. He’s got those flowers on his shorts. Kind of a Hawaiian-print short there. There’s his other arm on the other side. Short little knubby legs. We don’t want Patrick
just floating in space. Let’s give him some ground to stand on. (upbeat guitar music) He’s in Bikini Bottom, so there’s a sandy bottom
to the ocean floor. Couple of aquatic plants. Well, there you go. That’s how you draw Patrick Star. (upbeat guitar music) (mumbles) (quirky, electronic music)

24 thoughts on “How to Draw Patrick Star ✍️ | Draw Along w/Mike Dougherty 🎨 | SpongeBob SquarePants

  1. Patrick is fun to draw I have been drawing him for many years. Its a little tricky to make him walk with his stubby legs

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