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Gorilla Tutorial

Have you always wanted to draw lovable animal cartoons?

Paris Christou is an Disney-trained animator & illustrator and founder of ToonBoxStudio.com, a website that offers effective courses in Cartooning, Animation, Comics and Illustration.  Paris created the popular YouTube video "Basics of SketchBook Pro 6 - a beginner's guide" back in December and has just released his latest course "How to Draw Cartoon Animals".

How to Draw a Gorilla

Paris has created this complimentary Gorilla Tutorial exclusively for sketchbook.com readers.  This 15 minutes video demonstrates step-by-step how Paris goes about drawing a cartoon gorilla using SketchBook Pro 6.


 How to Draw Cartoon Animals

In this 6 Hour Mega course you will learn how Animator and Illustrator Paris Christou takes a basic head shape and demonstrates and explains in detail the techniques he uses in Real Time on how to add basic shapes that form each individual animal feature to create Tons of Animal Characters! You will travel through different animal environments like the House pets, Farm animals, Forest animals, Jungle animals and even Sea creatures!

Check it out at http://www.ToonBoxStudio.com

Reader Comments (3)

OK, Paris' skills aside, I could listen to his voice all day long. Back to his skills, amazing. Thank You for sharing.

March 11, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSuzi54241

I really love this new tutorial. Making animals, or people for that matter, into cartoons is difficult for me, but getting your tips is really helpful. I guess practise makes perfect, eventually. Thanks so much!

March 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterChristina Lo

LOL. I really identified with that first gorilla. Amazing watching him come to life, Paris. Really great stuff and I'm definitely going to look into taking your mega course.

March 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRol Swan

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