How to Draw a Bull (Cartoon) step by step | Easy animals to draw

How to Draw a Bull (Cartoon) step by step with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and everyone.

How to draw cartoon Bull - Bull drawing and coloring

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below:

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Draw a short diagonal for the first brow of the cow. Bend the outer tip of the eyebrow down and the inside tips up.

Step 2

Under the eyebrows, draw a curve for the lower edge of the eye. Inside the eye, at the top, draw a small dot of the eye.

Step 3

Draw a curve on each eye to emphasize the thick eyebrows of the cartoon. Draw a line under the eyes, near the right, for the bridge of the nose.

Step 4

Under the eyes, draw a small circle and shade them into the nostrils. Do not pull your nose too far down or your cow will have a long face. Add a curve on each nostril.

Step 5

Starting from below the nostril, draw a straight line to the right to create the mouth. The mouth of the cow extends to the right and ends on the side.

Step 6

Draw a line parallel to the cow’s mouth below to the chin.

Step 7

On either side of the cow, draw a curve for the lower half of the head.

Step 8

Draw the cartoon’s ears on the head, on either side, using a few curves. The right ear is slightly smaller due to the angle of the head.

Step 9

Above the left ear, draw a short vertical line that forms short, short strokes for the bottom of the horn. Now on the left, draw two short horizontal lines, parallel to the bottom of the horn. Curve straight lines up and right, so that they meet at one point and form the head of the horn.

Step 10

Draw the other horn of the cow in the same way but make it a little shorter. Start with a base made up of short, short lines on the ear. Then draw the actual horn made up of two curves up and go to a point.

Step 11

Between the horns, draw some curves for the top of the head. Use short, short strokes to form the bull’s head. The head is curved down to the right of the eye.

Step 12

Draw the two curves to the left of the head for the upper part of the first leg of the cow. The lines on the left should be longer and should be curved at the bottom so that it is similar to the letter L. Add a short line to the right and almost directly below the first line.

Step 13

Continue to draw the lower half of the leg by drawing a curve between the shorter lines than before. This curve will curve down and left to create a front arch. Draw the cow’s nail to the left with short curves. Break the nail down.

Step 14

Draw a long curve to the left of the foot for the bottom part of the animated body. Add a few short curves to the right.

Step 15

Draw two curved lines slightly tilted diagonally to the top of the previous leg. Close the bottom to form a foundation. Add a line to divide the cow’s foundation.

Step 17

Draw the hind legs first on the left using a series of curves. The top of the foot should be thicker than the bottom. The legs should bend in the middle. Add nails at the bottom and draw a short line to separate it.

Step 18

On the right, draw the other half of the hind leg in the same way.

Step 19

At the top left of the body, draw two long parallel lines, curved to the tail of the cow. At the tail end, draw the brush head using a series of short, short strokes.

Step 20

Below the first front leg, draw a series of small curves to represent the charred bushes that are kicking up. The overall shape of the dust should be similar to the small cloud.

Step 21

Use the pen or marker pen, carefully passing the lines to make your animated cow draw forever. After inking, remove any pencil marks with an eraser.

Final step: Paint your brushes with colored pencils, colored markers or colored wax pens! Use dark brown or black for the body. Use brown or gold for horns and dust, light brown for ear and muzzle, and gray for hooves.

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