How To Draw Cuphead Step by Step

How To Draw Cuphead easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw cartoons for beginners and kids.

How To Draw Cuphead

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel:  Cool Kids Art

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

Step 1

To get started with Cuphead, we will first draw a half circle that will become his head and a rounded square below that will be Cuphead’s body.

Step 2

Next, draw a “C” shape on each side of Cuphead’s body just below his head to create his arms.

Step 3

At the end of each Cuphead’s arms, draw two circles for the clenched hands at his sides.

Step 4

On each of Cuphead’s hands, draw three lines for his glove and three fingers.

Step 5

Now let’s go back to Cuphead’s face. Draw two large halves for his eyes and another small oval in the middle for Cuphead’s nose.

Step 6

On each of Cuphead’s eyes, draw his oval pupils. Every student should have a triangle cut out, to give him that vintage look. Also, draw a pea shape near the end of his head for Cuphead’s open smiling mouth.

Step 7

To finish the cup… um top… We need to draw an L-shaped and C-shaped straw for the cup’s handle. Also in this step you can go ahead and draw two small holes for Cuphead’s shorts.

Step 8

Next, draw two small, thin legs extending down from each leg opening. As you can see from the image, his legs are drawn diagonally, giving Cuphead a slightly more interesting pose.

Step 9

Under each foot, draw a small loop that will become the top of the Cuphead shoe.

Step 10

For the next step, we’ll draw the rest of the Cuphead shoe by creating a large “almost pea” shape, with a thin line under each one for the sole.

Step 11

Finally, give the Cuphead some color. His color scheme is extremely simple… Just red, white and black. And that’s it! Give yourself a pat on the back if you’ve followed all the steps on how to draw Cuphead! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and don’t forget to stop by for more… and as always, happy drawing!

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