Step 6: That's it for the initial sketch of the Grinch from Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! You have the basic Grinch shape, so now go in and tighten your Grinch drawing. From this point on, press harder with your pencil in order to get darker lines and a more defined sketch.
Step 7: Tighten the shape of the Grinch's eyes by making them darker. Add eyelids across his eyes and long eyelashes at the ends of his eyelids. Give this cartoon character circles for pupils and shade them in except for a small portion to represent glare. Draw a few curved lines below each eye to represent the Grinch'swrinkles and bags.
Step 8: Draw thick, furry curves on top of the Grinch's eyes for his eyebrows. Give the curves some jagged edges on top to represent tufts of hair. Add a couple of curves above the right eye to represent wrinkles and draw several vertical lines in between the Grinch's brows to show that he is furrowing his brow.
Step 9: Below the horizontal construction line, draw in the Grinch's nose. It’s curved at the top with a rounded W-like line at the bottom. Below this cartoon character's nose, draw a curved line for the crease on his upper lip.
Step 10: Now draw in the Grinch's mouth, which is a long wavy line that goes from one cheek to the other. Make it dip at the bottom and almost touch the bottom part of the main oval. Draw a few smile lines on either end of the Grinch's mouth.