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Today we will show you how to draw a Lego Minifigure. Learn how to draw this Lego Minifigure with the following simple step to step tutorial.
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Draw a rectangle with rounded corners and draw a circle for the left eye and an oval for the right eye.
Draw two more rectangles with rounded corners and a curved line for a smile.
Draw a rectangle that is smaller on the top and wider on the bottom and connect with slanted lines. Draw a guideline to show you that dot 1 is the same place as dot 2.
Draw a letter ‘L’ shape on the left and draw a three sides of a rectangle at the bottom.
Draw ovals and rectangles with rounded corners for the arms.
this sucks cause it does not even fit
Why don’t you go to print page so you can see it better then…you don’t have to print it from that page. The actual tutorial is pretty good…all screens and browsers show the site differently.
i dont think it was rubbish, i thought it was really good, thank-you:) i will advise this, if anyone wants to draw a lego man
[...] You Might Enjoy our other Lego Minifigure Drawing Tutorials. [...]
I thought it really good! It helped me for a birthday card I was making.
[...] you create to suit, a timer, a board game grid etc. 10. Have a LEGO drawing competition. Here's a tutorial on how to draw a mini fig. At LEGO city, you can download dot-to-dot LEGOs and colouring pages. You could set up a LEGO [...]
Thanks! This is simple, easy way for any beginner who wants to draw LEGO! I’m doing a project and ur method helped! Thank you!!
It was ONLY bad.
I love Lego and this helped me draw a basic mini figure! I think you should make more of these and thank you!
So glad it helped you!
this was okay
You should have how to draw Lego FRIENDS there is such thing as a girl.
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