How to draw pinocchio easy step by step – Cartoon drawing

How to draw pinocchio easy step by step with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw cartoons for children.

How to draw pinocchio easy step by step

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 circle with the guide for the head. Make it as round as possible, with the lines running horizontally and vertically which crosses the spot where your nose will be.

Step 2

Outline body and body position using geometric shapes. Draw a vertical rectangle for the body and a horizontal rectangle for the lower body, connected to each other and the head with a curve (such as the spine). Draw straight lines for arms and legs, with circles for joints. Add rectangles to your hands and feet.

Step 3

An oval sketch instead of a corner guide from step 2. The body should actually be thinner than the head, in the manner of the puppet Pinocchio, with a straight oval shape for the body and long arms almost leg. His legs should be large ovals, and his thumb should overlap the major parts of his hands.

Step 4

Sketch the body on the drawing and add details. Give him a childish face, chubby with a long nose (his trademark feature) and a curve to his smile. His hair should slide out from under his fur hat, and his clothes are quite basic.
Specifically, make a large bow under the head, a shirt, and a shirt with long sleeves. His shorts have hangers attached to them. Also put the gloves on your hands and round shoes, only slightly altered from the ovals that you drew in the previous step.

Step 5

Draw a drawing in black ink and fill the hair with black. Try making a modular transmission line from a thin line to a thick line and vice versa. This will make your drawing look more beautiful and professional.

Step 6

Remove the pencil from your drawing and try to shade and highlight. Color the boy.

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