How to Draw Carl Casagrande ✍️ Draw Along w/Miguel Puga 🎨
(maniacal laughing) – Hi, my name is Miguel Puga. I’m the Supervising Director
on “The Casagrandes” and I’ll be teaching you how to draw Carl. – (gasp) How do you do it?! (Latin music) – So first, we’ll start with a giant head, big circle head. Oh, and then he has his eyes right in the middle. Two round eyes. So is his nose, sticking out here. He’s always up to no good so let’s give him like a little attitude eyebrow. – Hola, ladies, I see you
have a little business going. – And if you notice, he has the thickest eyebrows of them all. A lot thicker than this. – Step into my office.
(air whipping) – His big mouth is, he loves using it. He has a missing tooth somewhere, it moves around every now and then. But for now let’s keep it right here so we can color that in. Most of our mouths are pretty much like a lemon slice. Like a orange slice there with the tongue and the teeth. Sometimes the kids are missing teeth here. (wall thuds) He has his ear, right in between his mouth and his eye. His hair comes in over here. He has a nice little puff there with a little, kind of like a G. Little hairs sticking back here and he’s always getting his hair cut so he has like a nice shaved side. So what we do, that
little crosshatch there, little tic-tac-toe thing here. He has a cool red jacket, one button on it, with his collar popped. We’re gonna draw his hand
inside his pocket ’cause he always up to the next trick or next scheme. (sliding whistle)
(footsteps tapping lightly) (envelope rustles)
(click) (wind whooshing)
(maniacal laughing) His cool hand here. He’s like, “heyyy!” Got some jeans, a little baggy, this little troublemaker here. Doesn’t mean like wearing baggy pants makes you a troublemaker
but we all know Carl is one. That’s how you draw a Carl.
(laughs) (Latin music) ♪ You’re the greatest,
greatest of all time ♪ ♪ Greatest of all time ♪ ♪ Mi amor so glad ♪ (Nickelodeon theme music)