Whether it's funny or not, this tutorial on how to draw a clown is surely relevant and quite useful! Made from a simple design and easy to be drawn by beginners and kids, this drawing tutorial was designed with simplicity in mind. Just grab a pencil and a piece of paper and prepare to be amazed by how easy this cartoon character is to draw!
Let's begin this lesson with the creation of a simple oval shape. This shape will be used to create the head. Notice how the top of the head is slightly more pointed and narrower.
Next, sketch the body using a small rectangle. The arms and the legs are also represented by small rectangles. The hands are made from small circular shapes.
Cool! It's now time to add some hair on top of the head of the cartoon character. To do so, you can use shape made from small curved lines. You can also draw the feet using a curved line and a straight one.
Next, you can work inside the head by adding the eyes and the pupils using large circular shapes. The nose can also be done using a smaller circle. The area around the mouth is drawn using a curved rectangle.
You can complete working on this cartoon character by adding a couple of oval shapes inside the pupils. The mouth is done using a long curved line and you can also sketch large buttons on the shirt of the cartoon clown.
Good job! This is the final version of the character in black and white. If you are already familiar with most characters from the same series, you should not have any trouble creating this one.
Below you can see all steps you need to achieved to illustrate this clown properly. Clowns are fun to draw because you can be creative building such a character. Have fun and enjoy! :)
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