How to Draw Spongebob

How to Draw SpongeBob

Create a wonderful Spongebob drawing with easy, step-by-step instructions.  Spongebob Squarepants is a cartoon on Nickelodeon. Spongebob is an ocean dwelling sponge that is yellow and square. Spongebob likes to make people laugh. Spongebob Squarepants is a cartoon on Nickelodeon. Spongebob is an ocean-dwelling sponge that is yellow and square. Spongebob likes to make people laugh.

Stephen Hillenburg was born in 1961 in Oklahoma. He went to college and got a degree in something called natural resource planning. He became a teacher. He wanted to do something else so he decided to do something called experimental animation. He went to school for that and then he became an animator.

Drawings of cat paws

You can see that SpongeBob has a centerline running through it. The top left corner of SpongeBob is to the far left of the center line and the bottom right corner of SpongeBob is to the far right of the centerline. SpongeBob’s body is in the center of the paper and it takes up most of the top half of the paper.

SpongeBob is a cartoon character. He is yellow and he has a square body. His head is a circle and he has two thin arms and two thin legs. He wears a tie and a collar. He is easy to draw. You can draw him with a marker or a colored pencil.

How to Draw Spongebob Step by step

  1. Start the sponge drawing with a rectangle
  2. Add the side of the rectangle.
  3. Add the teeth, nose, and the round texture shapes
  4. Erase the straight lines and add the legs and shoes
  5. Trace with marker and color.

Some spongebob drawign picture

How to Draw SpongeBob

How to Draw SpongeBob

How to Draw SpongeBob

That’s all there is to this lesson. You can save the details for when you color him. You can draw the holes in his head with green circles.

Another idea you might try is to tilt him and make him look 3D. If you take a look at the Spongebob images in the Visitors’ Gallery – Marie Christian and Georgina Hynes both did a good job of drawing Spongebob.

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Since March – when I rushed home to Austin from London – I've been doing a drawing a day, and hope to keep going until the pandemic is over.