How to Draw a Cartoon Worm on a Hook

Posted in Cartoon Tutorials on March 18, 2020

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Let's go fishing and draw a cartoon worm on a hook.

We will study various shapes to design our drawing.

The fishing hook has the shape of an upside down question mark.

The worm has simple curves that go around the fishing hook.

How to Draw a Cartoon Worm on a Hook

Step 1

Step 1 Draw a Hook

Draw a fishing hook like in the picture. 

You can use an upside down question mark shape to design the hook.

Step 2

Step 2 Sketch the Body

Create the cartoon worm's body around the hook. 

Use the fishing hook as your template to measure the height and width of the body.

Step 3

Step 3 Sketch the Face

Sketch the worm's face with two eyes and a nose. 

The nose is wide and flat under the eyes.

Step 4

Step 4 Sketch the Details for the cartoon worm on a hook

Draw the rest of the details like the stripes across the worm's body.

Remember that one part of the worm's body is in front of the hook and the other is behind.

Step 5

Cartoon Worm on a Hook

Finish painting your cartoon worm on a hook using many colors. 

Try coloring the hook pink and the worm purple.

Add bubbles in the background for a realistic scene.

How to Draw a Cartoon Worm on a Hook Quick Drawing Guide

Fun Worm Facts

Worms have 5 hearts

You might think worms have one heart like humans or other animals. 

However, they are very different because they have 5 hearts. 

Even though they seem to be very simple creatures, since they do not have many external organs, they have many complex inner organs including five hearts. 

However, their hearts are not as complex as a human heart. 

Worms use five hearts to pump blood to every part of their body. 

And since they are very hard-working creatures, they need a lot of blood to keep going.

Even though worm hearts are not filled by blood like humans, they are very helpful. 

They squeeze the blood vessels to ensure blood circulates to the whole body.

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