Before you learn how to draw Grover, did you know?
Grover is a Sesame Street character who describes himself as a “cute, furry little monster”. Grover rarely uses contractions when speaking, giving him a distinctive vocal pattern, in comparison to many other television characters. His character is multi-talented, taking on many different roles and professions throughout the series’ run. He loves to help people, but is extremely bad at it.
Grover appears in several recurring Sesame Street segments, including Waiter Grover; Super Grover; and Global Grover. He also frequently appears in Monsterpiece Theater and the Spanish Word of the Day segments. He was one of the hosts of Play With Me Sesame, with his main roles being in interactive music sequences, as the self-proclaimed “moving and grooving monster”.
Grover’s 1971 storybook The Monster at the End of This Book was a best-seller for the Little Golden Books series, and remains a popular children’s book today. Several sequels to the title have followed, and Grover has since been featured in dozens of books. [wikia]
Now go ahead and learn how to draw Grover for yourself by following the simple steps in this video. If you think your drawing turned out awesome, please send it to me so I can post it on this site. Click here to go to the ‘share your drawing’ page.