How to draw a cartoon scientist
Are you ready to learn how to draw a cartoon scientist? I hope so! Scientist are very important in our modern society. They can find a cure to major illnesses. They are constantly improving our lifestyle!
Still, they are very often portrayed in movies or cartoons as being mad or corrupted! But don't worry! Our scientist won't be mad... for now! Let's try to draw a simple and happy scientist!
First, draw a large rectangle to create the head. Next, add two small circles to form the ears. Make sure that these two circles are drawn a little bit lower than the middle of the shape drawn previously.
Continue your artwork by drawing a small square to illustrate the neck. Under the neck, add a large rectangle to form the body of our character.
Now let's work on the arms! For the left arm (the one drawn on your right), add a long rectangle with a circle near the end to represent the hand. Below the hand, add a small rectangle.
It will be used to create a test tube. For the right arm, draw two rectangles like shown above. Add a circle for the hand. Then, draw a large circle under the hand and a small rectangle over it to create another test tube.
For the legs, just draw a long rectangle with two small (and irregular) squares for the feet.
Time to improve our drawing by refining the outline! Work on the head and join the ears with it. You can also draw two circles that will be used to create glasses later.
Do the same on the upper part of the body.
Finally, draw some pants and nice feet to your scientist!
Add some details on the head like the pupils, the nose, the mouth and the moustache. You can also draw some lines to create glasses with the two circles drawn previously. Add some hair to give a funnier looks to your character!
Time to add some colors! Scientist are straight people (are they?). Don't use bright and strange colors!
Like usual, add some shadows if you wish to give more appeal to your work! And there you have it! A nice and cool cartoon scientist drawn in only ten easy steps! Have fun and don't forget to practice!
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