It might not be your favorite place to go, but learning how to draw a dentist is still a fun exercise especially when no pain is involved! You don't believe me? No problem! Let me show you how you can draw this fun cartoon dentist in just six easy steps using simple elements. The whole process is totally painless and fun, I promise!
Let's start this painless tutorial by working on the head and the body of the cartoon character. First, draw the head using a large oval shape. Then, create the body and the pants using two different rectangles.
Add the arms and the legs using rectangles and circles. No need to draw fingers since our goal is to draw a simple and adorable cartoon character.
Next, draw the ears using two small circular shapes. The hair can be done with long curved lines like shown in the illustration below.
Work on the eyes and the pupils using large circles. Notice how the pupils are slightly misplaced on the illustration below. Draw the mask of the dentist using a rectangle with round corners. You can also sketch a tool on the right hand of the character.
We are almost done! First, draw some oval shapes inside the pupils. Then, you can draw the mouth and the nose using small circles. You can also draw a moustache using a large triangle. Finally, add some details inside the mask and the shirt.
That's it! This is the final drawing filled in black and white. Don't hesitate to try this character one more time if you are not satisfied with the result. After all, drawing is all about practicing! :)
These are all steps needed to draw a cool cartoon dentist. You can also try to draw your own version featuring a cute character holding all tools to fix some teeth. Enjoy!
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