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.
We have already posted an article about shading cartoons and comics...so you can consider this part 2 of the cartoon shading tutorials. This article will discuss sketching simple objects and people in different positions in relation to a light source and how it affects the shadows and shading of that subject.
Gnomes are adorable and tiny (dwarfish) creature that are said to guard the earth's treasures underground. Many times people place statues of garden gnomes in their gardens and yards. If you want to learn how to draw a cartoon gnome, then follow the easy-to-follow steps that can be found on this page.
Today, we will show you how to draw an adorable cartoon bear….and it isn’t hard to draw it either. All the shapes are basic, such as ovals, circles, and the shapes of numbers and letters. Try the following illustrated steps and I bet your bears will look like mine.
Here are Even More Cartoon Animal Drawing Tutorials
How to Draw Cartoon Bears Step by Step Cartooning Tutorial
Start off by drawing a circle for the body and an oval for the head.
I made the head transparent here just to show you that the ears are made up of circles that are hidden by the head.
Today we will show you how to draw cute cartoon cheetahs...a type of wild cat that is found in the jungle or on a safari. If you know how to draw basic shapes - such as circles, ovals, etc, then you will be able to draw this cheetah character...just follow the simple-to-follow instructional steps below. Have fun.