This week's monster drawing lesson is FLIBBER JIBBER! The Flibber Jibber is really a pencil with arms and legs. He is very helpful to children in school who need to do their work. In this picture, the Flibber Jibber looks mad. Though he is rarely in a bad mood, he hates having his picture taken. He wants to be a pen when he grows up!
Thanks to Katie W. of West Virginia for this great monster!
How to Draw: Flibber Jibber - PDF
Step 1: Draw a flat bottomed circle to make Flibber's cap.
Step 4: Draw the top of Flibber's head by making a triangle and then adding some jagged lines to show where the pencil lead would be.
Step 5: Use lines to start Flibber's body.
Step 6: Draw a jagged line to separate the top of the pencil from the yellow.
Step 7: Use two lines to make the side of Flibber Jibber's body.
Step 8: To draw the metal part on the pencil, draw two wavy lines on the side. Add curved lines on the top and the bottom.
Step 9: To draw Flibber's eraser, draw two lines for the side, and a curve along the bottom. Then add in curves for the teeth marks.
Step 10: Draw Flibber Jibber's face. Two circles make up his eyes, then curved lines for his eyebrows, nose and mouth.
Step 11: Draw his legs using lines.
Step 12: Draw his feet with curves and straight lines.
Step 13: Use curved lines to make Flibber's arms.
Step 14: Finish his arms by adding more curved lines.
Step 15: Lightly draw straight lines for coloring to show the lines of the pencil.
Step 16: Color and have fun!