(gibberish) (screaming) – Hi everyone, my name is Diem Doan, and I'm a story boardartist in the Casagrandes and today we're goingto be drawing Carlitos! – Isn't that right little dude.
– Owwww! (music) (gibberish) – Okay to start drawing Carlitos, we need a circle and if your circle'snot perfect, it's okay, you know just like slowly sketch it in and Carlitos is a baby so his eyes tend to be a little bit lower.
(baby noise) That's how you drawreally cute characters, you tend to draw them withthere eyes a little bit lower.
So you draw two lines in the center and then you draw two circles a little bit below and then you draw little pupils and he has a really cute nose, so you do a little half circle there.
(snoring) We're going to draw him walking so his body is very small so draw a little, kind of like a round square right and then for his feet you want to draw him walking and you know babies they don'tknow how to walk really well, they kind of tilt a little bit so we are going to tryto draw him doing that.
We have one foot up cause he's trying to learn when to walk and then his other foot down and now we're gonna have his hand, two lines.
So on our show, the adultshands are a little bit longer their fingers where the baby's hands they tend to be more cuter and rounder.
So we have a little bit moreof like a short nubby hands, so short circles.
– Da-da! – Madre, Mia! It's happening, Frida! – So one little circle, two, three, four and then on the other side we have, do the same thing.
One, two, three, four.
– Time for your bottle carino! – And just so he doesn'tlook like he's floating, we're going to kind of indicate, we're going to draw likelittle lines underneath to kind of indicatethat he's on the ground.
And now we're going to draw his hair, which is kind of like alittle cowlick in the back and its kind of like a half moon right.
And then his ear, and then he looks like Frida and Frida's based on Frida Kahlo, so he has a really think uni brow.
I'm going to draw it like a little, kind of like a bird wing right for a bird flying in the distance.
And now we are going to draw him smiling because he's very happy.
And unlikeLily who has one tooth, he has two tooths so liketwo little mountains, then his little tongue.
Now we're going to startcleaning up the drawing so you can either drawwith a darker pencil or put a piece of paperon top of your drawing and then just trace over it.
So we're going to start with his head, if you don't get it onthe first try, it's okay, just keep trying until you do.
That looks pretty good.
No we draw his ear which has like a little half circle and then another one coming in.
His hair, there's like one thick strand of hair and then the small one.
And then his cute little button nose.
Then his eyes.
(music) And a different thing aboutCarlitos is he wears clothes, not like Lily who wears a diaper.
(harmonizing) I'm going to put his arms in, a line to kind of indicatehe's wearing a sleeve.
Draw a little cloud for his hands and then another line to indicate his shirt.
Then his feet, which is kind of like a curved tube.
And then a little halfcircle for his feet.
And then you can kind ofput a little line here to kind of indicate, that'shis the bottom of his shoe.
And then we're going to draw a line here to show that he is wearing his shorts.
Now we have to go back to the other hand, put a line there to showhe's wearing sleeves, a little cloud for his hand and then to show he's wearing shorts, we're going to put a little square here.
And then his little footsies and a line there and a line to indicate he's walking and then we're going toput a line behind him to show that he's walking on the ground.
And then take away the under drawing, and that's how you draw a Carlitos! (scribbles) – It's been fun little dude.