Today I'll show you how to draw the basic shape of cartoon heads. I found this neat retro cartooning lesson from an old book or manual. The illustrator / author of this seems to be a man named Jack Miller. I have broken down each tutorial further below the image to make it easier to learn how to draw. This great tutorial shows you how to draw household objects, such as a coffee pot, a water pitcher, a pill bottle, a light bulb, and an ice cream cone & then turn them into cartoon faces.
Today I'll show you how to draw two adorable children or babies dressed up in cute costumes with hoods in Kawaii / Chibi style. These two cute toddlers are dressed up in a bunny and dragon (or dinosaur) costume with hoods. This is so cute and so easy to learn how to draw. We guide you using basic geometric shapes, alphabet letters, and numbers.
Today I'll show you how to draw cute cartoon / kawaii animals from thumbprints, fingerprints, or ovals for Easter time. We will show you how to draw 2 cute baby bunnies and chicks for Easter or Spring-time. I will guide you with simple geometric shapes, letters, and numbers. This is a very simple drawing tutorial / craft for kids that are young (such as preschoolers or Kindergartners) but is also great for older kids as well.
Today I'll show you how to draw a cool optical illusion of the page curling / coiling up like a sardine can's lid. And after your curl up the paper, you can see that below the page is outer space with cubes falling out into the emptiness. Then there is a cartoon girl character surfing on top of the curled paper as if it were a waver. Below you will find the illustrated step by step instructions so that you can draw it too.
Today I’ll show you a super cool optical illusion trick that you create by folding your paper over and then draw using that folded over paper to create a 3-D effect. We will create a cartoon snake wrapped around a tree branch on the folded over part and then draw the tree around it on the paper behind it and below it.
Use a notebook so that there is a piece of paper behind the original paper. The instructions are written on the illustrated tutorial below. Enjoy and Happy Drawing!