Step 15: Starting on the lower, right side of the head, draw a thin, long shape for Goofy's first ear. The shape should be similar to a very long and thin letter U. The bottom of the ear should overlap the body. On the lower, left side of the mouth, draw a shorter U-shaped line for the tip of Goofy's other ear. Draw the shape of the head along the edge of the initial circle. At the top, draw three strokes for the hair.
Step 16: On top of the head, draw the first part of Goofy's hat as two short lines. At the top of the lines, draw a longer curved line to close off the shape. At the top of this shape, draw two more short, sloping lines for the sides of the hat. At the top, draw two long, curved lines for the round top of the hat. Inside the hat, in the middle, draw a short, curved line for the band.
Step 17: Use the angled line on the right side of the body as a guide to draw Goofy's arm. Darken the top part of the angled line and curve the tip for the shoulder. Draw the bottom part of the arm around the guide. Make the bottom shape thick. Make the top part of the arm thicker by using another sloping line. At the bottom, draw the rolled up shirt sleeve using a series of short, curved lines. Sketch lightly as you draw the rolled-up sleeve. When you get the shape right, darken the lines.
Step 18: Below the shirt sleeve, draw two small, curved lines for the top part of the glove. Darken the side of the initial circle to create the shape of the hand. Extend the lower edge of the circle to the right and add a small arc for the first finger. Draw two more fingers on top of the first one using curved lines. Draw three lines inside Goofy's hand for the glove detail.
Step 19: Use the initial rectangular shape as a guide to draw Goofy's torso. First draw the shirt's turtleneck using a series of short, curved lines below the head. Draw the neck inside the turtleneck using a short line. Don't overlap the shape of the ear as you draw the neck. Darken the sides of the initial rectangular guide to create the shape of Goofy's neck. Draw a couple of curved lines along the bottom of the shape for the rolled up lower edge of the shirt.