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The Best 7 Step Guide to Draw Bootleg Cheif Wiggum Quick and Easy!

Updated on March 14, 2019
Learn to draw Bootleg Chief Wiggum by following the steps below. Overall is the best nostalgic design template you could use to create for any gift card, signed letter, or fanzine with your friends. Emphasize with slime marks to give it a unique feel
Learn to draw Bootleg Chief Wiggum by following the steps below. Overall is the best nostalgic design template you could use to create for any gift card, signed letter, or fanzine with your friends. Emphasize with slime marks to give it a unique feel

Tools You Need

Tools you need to draw the best Bootleg Chief Wiggum.

  • Pencil (For a rough outline I suggest mechanical pencils)
  • Paper (For conceiving your brilliant custom Bootleg Bart)
  • Eraser (To get rid of ugly pencil marks)
  • Micron Pen (Archival Ink)
  • Zip-Lock bag (To keep pen nibs dry)

Start With the Nose

Starting with the nose makes for a great place for a start point for your your Bootleg Chief Wiggum. This will help with the overall composition of your cool new drawing.
Starting with the nose makes for a great place for a start point for your your Bootleg Chief Wiggum. This will help with the overall composition of your cool new drawing.

The Nose Knows

To get your Bootleg Chief Wiggum started, begin drawing the nose. It's an upside-down U-shape, Almost as if you were drawing the nose to a bull character. The Nostrils in a similar fashion to our bullnose is two upside-down U-shaped lines to create our nose which is a great base for the beginning of this cool drawing you will be able to show your fun drawing skills on cards for friends, fanzines, and t-shirt designs.

The mouth and eyes are the start to your Bootleg Chief Wiggum and make for a great starting point to make it more abstract.
The mouth and eyes are the start to your Bootleg Chief Wiggum and make for a great starting point to make it more abstract. | Source

No Face, No Case

To start drawing your Bootleg Chief Wiggum Face, and mouth. Begin by drawing a circle from the tip of the nose to the left. Looking like a very skinny moon. This will start the process of the eyes. Then, from the right side of the nose begin by drawing a sloping shape bending off the right into the jowl area. Imagine the mouth looking like a fish hook or a cool looking backward J-shape. Add the cheek at the end to show food in your Bootleg Cheif Wiggums mouth or add your own personal touch that can brighten up anyone's day with its unique one of a kind feel.

Chin, Jaw, Bottom of Head

Now it's really starting to take shape.
Now it's really starting to take shape.

Chop It Up

Start by drawing the chin which consists of the lower lip. Draw the number 3-shape off of the middle of Bootleg Cheif Wiggums mouth. Now extend that 3-shape to the left to give it a massive bottom. This will create Bootleg Cheif Wiggums head width. Now you are starting to see you Bootleg Chief Wiggum Comes to life. I urge you to always try experimenting when reaching this stage because of the custom flair you can add to your drawing. This will really give it the bootleg feel you have always wanted.

Ear, Hair

This one is a no-brainer!
This one is a no-brainer!

Hat, Right Eye

Get loose and change this one up a bit when inking. Use this pencil drawing as the backbone; but, never the actual drawing to use to finish this fun project with.
Get loose and change this one up a bit when inking. Use this pencil drawing as the backbone; but, never the actual drawing to use to finish this fun project with. | Source

Skeleton Key to Success

Start by drawing the band on top of the head of Bootleg Chief Wiggum. Then draw the top of the hat by drawing four elongated U-shapes that almost look as if they are a bowl on top of the head. Finish the band, add the brass holder which is a circle directly above the hairline. The brim of the cap is easy to imagine drawing an eye that is closing. that is the shape a heavy teardrop shape that will finish off the hat. Add the badge at the end or add a symbol of your own choice. After this is done draw the right eye. It should just be two simple curved lines to connect and finish the whole drawing.

Don't Think Just Ink

Use your micron pens to draw over your pencil linework by adding or changing things to Chief Wiggums head; because this is about making a Bootleg Bart Simpson that is unique and one of a kind. After inking, use your eraser to get rid of any pencil marks. Rub your eraser softly to not damage the ink. You don't want the ink to fade or smear.

Textures Loose or Tight

Now that you have your Bootleg Chief Wiggum structure, get weird with it. It's all about making a Bootleg Bart no one has ever seen. Is it cool to you? Fun to share with friends? This is the only thing that matters. By following this guide you will have created your very own custom Bootleg Chief Wiggum.

This is an example of different textures you can use on your Bootleg Chief Wiggum. Get loose with it. Make this drawing your own.
This is an example of different textures you can use on your Bootleg Chief Wiggum. Get loose with it. Make this drawing your own.

Sakura Pigma Micron 12 Fineliner Brush pen Archival ink Colored pens, Creative Artist drawing set with Pen pouch, Brush tip Assorted colors with Black (01, 05,

Sakura Pigma Micron 12 Fineliner Brush pen Archival ink Colored pens, Creative Artist drawing set with Pen pouch, Brush tip Assorted colors with Black (01, 05, 08)
Sakura Pigma Micron 12 Fineliner Brush pen Archival ink Colored pens, Creative Artist drawing set with Pen pouch, Brush tip Assorted colors with Black (01, 05, 08)

Sakura Pigma Micron 12 Fineliner Brush pen pack is the most quality product I've ever used when I'm on the go or in the field. I've used these pens on top of mountains in Telluride, CO and in the backwater of the Pacific Northwest.

 

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