How to Draw Cartoon Sports

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In this section of the website, learn how to draw cartoon sports characters and objects with ease using a simple step-by-step method! Whether you are enjoying football, hockey or soccer, you are likely to find a tutorial that will fit your taste! It can be a combative goaltender or even a ferocious boxer!

How to draw cartoon sports

Sports are important social activities in today's society. There is nothing more exciting than a healthy competition between two cities or two countries! 

And a good baseball player can become a nice role model for every kid who wishes to perform in baseball! And if you are lucky enough to play in a professional sport like football or basketball, you can earn quite some money over a short period of time!

But don't worry! You will also find drawing tutorials about amateur sports like swimming or skiing! A volleyball player might not make as much money as a baseball player, but it doesn't mean that volleyball is boring or less interesting! 

So prepare to draw some characters in athletic positions or born with great physical shapes in this fun and active part of the website!

Here are all drawing lessons featured in this series:

How to draw a good sport illustration!

If you want to draw illustrations about cartoon sports, you need to know a few basic tips before proceeding. First, don't hesitate to look at examples if you are not 100% sure about the posture. It can make a huge difference between a good drawing and an amateur one.

Also, make sure that the equipment you are drawing is realistic and that proportions are accurate. Adding nice colors can also create a nice result. Just have fun and don't forget to leave your pencil once in a while to play some sports too! :)

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