Cartoon drawing

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  • Let's dive right into the cartoon drawing of a sheep step-by-step guide. Don't forget to draw lightly so that you can easily erase any mistakes you make along the way! Step 1 - Basic Shapes Start off with a circle. If you've done some of the other tutorials you should really be getting used to starting your drawing off this way. If you're having some problems drawing a circle that looks good get a coin or a lid and trace it. For this drawing, that is exactly what I used. This first circle will be the head. Next draw...

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  • This pig cartoon drawing lesson will get you up to speed with creating your very own cute and round cartoon pig. It's super easy to go through this tutorial and you'll be sure to adore the end result. STEP-1: The placement of body and head Make a large circle. Then on the middle-left side draw a small oval which will be half inside the circle and half outside. These are the two main shapes of your little cartoon piggy.

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  • The adorable duck cartoon drawing showing a mother duck taking her two little ducklings out in the water is a lot of fun to make and quite easy if you just follow along with the steps below. Step 1 - Body and Head Make a circle for the head and below that draw another oval-for the body of the mother duck. That's it for the first step. Move on to the next step. Step 2 - Drawing the Neck Join the circle with the oval by drawing two curving lines - both of them curving in the opposite direction, so...

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  • This cute little baby cartoon drawing is very simple and looks like a lot of fun. Learn how to draw him and then have fun creating your own baby cartoons! Step 1: Basic Circle Start off by drawing a circle. Remember that the circle is a great starting point for almost any kind of cartoon drawing that you do. It doesn't matter if it's cartoon people that you're making or cartoon animals, if you can start with a circle it's a really easy way to make that first mark on the page and get started.

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  • This cute little monkey cartoon drawing is quite easy to make and you are going to love the end result! Take out your drawing stuff and get going! STEP-1: Placement of the head and body First, make a rounded oval and then draw another curved long along the top of the oval that has the same type of curve. Next make a small circle below the head oval which will be for the body. The space between the two shapes shouldn't be too much. Follow the example drawing for the right size of these shapes as well as the distance...

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  • So Disney may have set the precedent for what a cartoon mouse that talks and walks upright is supposed to look like, but it can be a lot more fun creating one of your own. To make it an even more attractive idea, you can do it in four simple steps. Are you ready? Grab your pencil and paper, and let's go! Step 1 - The Head and Body The base of any cartoon drawing is always the head and body, and we'll start our mouse drawing the same way. The head will be an egg shape lying on its...

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  • Adding bubble letters to your cartoon drawings is easier than you may think, so read on and find out how you can add some flair to the lettering in your artwork. To start off print any word that comes to mind. In the example here I use the word bubble. Try to print as cleanly as you can because in the next step will add thickness to your word and it will be easier to see the differences between the two of them if you're in lettering is easy to read. Print your word again exactly as you did in the...

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  • This cute penguin cartoon is not very difficult to make and you are going to love the end result! Pencils? Check! Eraser? Check! Get your gear and let's get to it! STEP-1: Start With the Head Start off by making a large circle for the cartoon penguin's head. Then, just at the top centre of the circle, make a couple of tilted curving shapes like shown in the example image. Make sure to make one of them smaller than the other.

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  • Drawing a cartoon bee with personality is what you'll learn in this lesson. If you've never understood how to take basic shapes and turn them into a unique drawing, this lesson can help you learn the concept quickly. Let's take a look at four easy steps to building one of my personal favorites - Lazy-Eye Larry. Step 1 - The Base All cartoon drawings can start with a couple of basic shapes, and these are usually used to start the head and body. Larry, our cartoon bee, begins with one small circle inside a larger circle or oval (it's...

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  • Let's get mooooo-ving and learn how to draw a cartoon cow! Once you've followed our udder-ly simple steps, you'll soon be leading the herd with your awesome artistic skills! STEP-1: Chewing the Cud with some Basic Shapes Ready to learn how to draw a cartoon cow? To create our cartoon cow, we first need to draw some basic shapes which will form the basis for our farmyard friend. Just tell us if we're 'milking' the cow jokes too much!First of all, draw an irregular box shape on its side for the head, followed by a larger box shape for the...

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  • Learning how to draw a rhinoceros has never been easier. No need to head down to the zoo or go on a safari, you're going to make your very own rhino come alive right before your very eyes with just a few simple steps. Sharpen your pencil and follow along below. STEP-1: Start with the Head and Body Shapes Make two ovals approximately the same size. The difference between them is that one will be vertical for the head while the other one will be horizontal for the body. These ovals will be overlapping each other. Then at the top...

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  • Stand tall! It's time to learn how to draw a cartoon giraffe – the tallest animal in the land! This awesome creature is native to Africa and instantly recognizable thanks to her long neck and distinctive markings. So, let's rise above the rest and get our pencils at the ready as you add another amazing animal to your portfolio! STEP-1: The Long and Short of it – Giraffe Basics The first part of learning how to draw a cartoon giraffe is to sketch out that amazingly long neck, which our African princess needs to reach the tastiest leaves in the...

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  • Giddy up, pardner! In today's lesson, we're going to learn how to draw a cartoon horse. Once you've followed our easy steps, you'll be galloping along in no time and impressing friends and family with your amazing artistic skills. So, saddle up, grab your pencils and let's get going! STEP-1: Coming Out of the Stables with Some Basic Shapes The first part of learning how to draw a cartoon horse is sketching out some basic shapes which will form the basis for our awesome equine illustration.First of all, draw an oval shape, followed by an irregular, larger circle beneath as in...

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  • This butterfly drawing tutorial relies heavily on the video at the bottom of this page so don't forget to watch it either before or after you've finished the text part of this drawing lesson. I wanted to show how I would approach a realistic drawing of a butterfly so while this is in the step by step drawing section of the site I hope that you can take away so much more than just how to draw a butterfly drawing. By the time you have finished the video and text in this tutorial you'll have a handful of new...

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  • Unless you are a cartoon artist, drawing realistic ears is one of the the hardest parts of the human body you will ever learn to draw. Not because it is hard to draw - but because very few artists think it is important. I mean, after all "it is nothing but an ear!" Ok, I know I just said it was hard, but let me show you how to approach drawing realistic ears in a way that will make drawing them seem like a piece of cake. Observing a human subject and their body parts is a challenge, especially attempting...

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  • Introduction Face drawing is something that I have come to absolutely love, I'm going to say this again - absolutely love. BUT....It wasn't until I actually began to study the face in detail that I started to love portrait drawing. It's not that hard once you know the proportions of the face, but the problem is, that in my experience, many teachers are not well versed in face drawing proportions or how to construct a head, and advise you to draw by seeing only. I'm going to demystify the head here for you and give you a system for portrait...

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  • Dragonfly drawings have been requested on the site for a while, so it's time to add this popular cartoon critter. Follow along and learn how to make your own cartoon dragonfly. STEP-1: The Head and Eyes Make a large circle and then two smaller circles on top of it. The smaller circles should be about half the size of the larger one. To get the right placement of these smaller circles please refer to the example image. One small circle will be a little off centre at the top half of the head circle, while the other one will be...

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  • This sweet cartoon manatee is quite easy to make and you can make it with very few lines and some basic shapes. Step 1 - Start with a Circle Start off your drawing with a circle. Seems very basic, but don't underestimate how useful a circle can be to create the basic underlying shapes for almost any kind of cartoon character, be it an cartoon animal or a cartoon person.

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  • This cute, plump cartoon panda is a lot of fun to make and also extremely easy if you follow these steps. There are lots of circles and ovals in this one as the panda is nice and round, so be sure to check the placement and size of each one! Step 1 - Drawing Circles Make a small oval (for the head) and then a much bigger semi circle below the top oval for the body. Close the bottom semi-circle off with a curved line to finish off the body of the cartoon panda.

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  • Cartoon frogs are easy to draw. All you'll need is a pencil and this four step set of instructions. Cartoon animals don't have to be perfect and can be a lot of fun, especially for beginners, so let's start on the frog now. Step One: The Body The body is the base of your frog drawing. It is also the easiest part to draw. Get ready - you may have difficulty following the instruction! Here it is: draw an oval. That's it. That's the entire body of the frog and the only instructions for step one. Are you gaining...

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