How to Draw Bing Bong from Inside Out

He isn't exactly an emotion, but who hasn't cried at the part where Bing Bong says 'take her to the moon for me' as he fades away? Follow these steps to learn how to draw Bing Bong from Inside Out.

Steps

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    Draw Bing Bong's head. His head is wide at the bottom with a narrow forehead. Leave a space for his trunk.
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    Draw Bing Bong's trunk. His trunk is long and curves round, with a heart-shaped end.
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    Draw Bing Bong's mouth. The top of his mouth goes along the bottom of his trunk. Don't forget his tongue!
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    Draw Bing Bong's eyes. His eyes are quite small and close together. Remember his eyebrows.
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    Draw Bing Bong's hat, whiskers and ears. His ears should go to the middle of his mouth.
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    Draw the left side of Bing Bong's jacket. He has fingerless gloves and a flower on his jacket lapel.
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    Draw the right side of Bing Bong's jacket. As a finishing touch, draw his bow tie.
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    Draw Bing Bong's body and tail. He has a short, stripey tail. His body is made of candy floss, so don't press too hard with the pencil while doing his body and use sweeping lines.
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    Draw Bing Bong's feet. He has short, stumpy legs that are stripey. The left foot is slanted upwards with the heel resting on the floor and the right foot is crouched down.
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    Finished! Do some finishing touches. Draw texture lines on Bing Bong's body to represent the candy floss and do the criss-cross pattern on his jacket. You may wish to leave him in pencil but if you want to colour him in, look up pictures of him on the internet to do the proper colours.

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