Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles I've seen his fans page erotic. I worked at the Schultz studio in Northern California. And today we're gonna do everybody's favorite Snoopy doing the happy dance personally be dancing. It's mostly about motion and his head tips up slightly. So we're gonna do a couple of light circles. Teoh, get the placement for his head for his head and snout. I'm not drawing this from too long, okay? And then his body is sort of like a bowling pin, but we're gonna curve it just slightly because he's emotion. He is dancing so sort of a teardrop shape. That's gonna be his body. So this gives us the basis. So I'm gonna do is I'm gonna likely I'm not kind of dark in it completely, but I But I like we do the shape of his head just so I make sure I get it right, Nick right here, back of his head comes down This His neck is very small. Stomach sticks out a little bit when he dances. So the main thing we want to put in dancing pose is his feet are in motion. So this is sort of his his hind quarters. It's haunt China gets what you call a dollars back leg on his foot and then his foot's in motion. So we're gonna draw his foot again right here and again right here. So we're showing that his foot is moving, so we're not closing the shape and we're adding motion lines and it's gonna be the same first tale. Normally is tell will be solid, but we're gonna just show his tail was wagging. He is super happy, you know. I dances. His arms were outstretched. So Snoopy has four fingers. Unlike kids, peanuts kids have five fingers. Should be only has four, cause it's a Paul and not a hand. And then when he dances, his ears aren't down there up. So we're gonna do, like roughing where his years ago. All right, now we have the basic shape of Snoopy. I'm gonna dark in him. Go. This is not gonna close this line in the back because that's where his arm is. Overlap that a little bit to show its was actively moving its tail. Don't forget his back spot. His years, they're very loose. Their emotion too. Usually, when he's dancing, his eyes are closed. So we're gonna put his eyes, your top of his head right here. Eyebrows kind of bumping up like that. Who knows? Just a little bit wrong. This might take some practice because it's like I said, a lot of emotion. Not a lot of solid space is closed. Man. I'm gonna smile because he always smiles when he dances, A little drop shadow to show where the ground is and that's you.