How to draw Rudolph Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start off by drawing a circle. This will form Rudolph’s head.
Stick two drops of water on one end, one inside the other. This formed Rudolph’s ear.
Draw another, smaller, partial, drop around the other ear.
Draw Rudolph’s mouth and nose. Start by drawing an oval with a smaller oval inside it to form a shiny nose. Surrounds the two irregular circles below, forming a snout. Draw another curve parallel to the bottom part of the muzzle, detailing the open mouth. Delete previous lines if necessary.
Use curves to outline the neck and body.
Use the pairs of curves to start outlining Rudolph’s legs. Connect them using a belly outline.
Use the curves to outline the teardrop-shaped tail.
Use curves to surround Rudolph’s feet and legs. Note the circular shape of the knees on the front legs. Then, detail his abdomen using curves below his neck, on his chest, and between his front and hind legs.
See your reindeer details. Wrap two small, rounded rectangles on top of the head, denoting the gauze. Apply teardrop shape for near eye and circular shape for distant eye. In each eye, draw a circle within a circle. Draw three small, circular spots on the hips and draw a pair of curves on each foot to represent the hooves.
Color Rudolph. He is usually brown with white markings and a bright red nose.