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Okay, now we are going to generate some cartoon props using some basic letters, the letter “Z” and the letter “N”. We are going to use this lower case “n” but with the absence of this little part that sticks up here. So let us redraw back a little higher on the screen going down. We go for the arc just start right at the top of this and lift it over and then down and stop it in one.
Alright, now let’s get rid of this first one. Close off this bottom part like this. Now put that arc back in here real close to the other side. That shows you the inside of that mouse hole. Take the bottom and shoot it back, the other side pulled down a little bit within the line and then shoot forward. Now, you will notice how that mouse hole has appeared coloring it in just like that.
Next, we will go the piece of cheese “z” down on the same angle here and then straight back and then straight down. Add some circles on it to indicate Swiss looks from predator for cartoons. A couple of crumbs and that will entice the mice to get his attention to come out and do not forget to use your perspective here straight down the back and that is it.
You can go back and play with the cheese by adding shadows here and there. You and these with the other things that we have talked previously and you will end up with a nice little cartoon drawing.
So, let us review the number two gives us a cat. The number gives us the mouse, adding our perspective the lower case “n” that provides the mouse hole. Number one perspective the letter “z” gives us our piece of cheese and something in the foreground that generate even more perspective and that is it.