This adorable tutorial should make it easier to learn how to draw a goose made from basic elements like circles and triangles! This cute bird is often drawn from a side view, but this tutorial will help you create a fun version of this animal from a front perspective.
You will see that this is not so difficult. Only six steps are required! The final version is available below. Remember that this cute bird is drawn with a long neck, a thin beak and small wings.
Great! The first step is to draw the shape of the head, the neck and the body using a single line as show on the illustration below. The head must be large and made from an oval shape. The body must be smaller and the neck narrow.
Cool! Draw two large circular shapes to illustrate the eyes. Leave some room below to create the beak. This one can cover a small portion of the neck.
The feet and legs can be made from straight lines and small triangles. Make sure the feet are small. A large head and large eyes are enough to create maximum cuteness! :)
Next, draw the tail with a small triangle made from curved lines. The wings are represented by two small oval shapes. Look at the sample below if you need an illustration to help you draw these new elements.
Finally, you can complete this drawing lesson by sketching the pupils using small circles. You can also add one small oval shape inside each pupil to complete this tutorial.
Cool! This is the final goose made from basic shapes. This black and white version gives you the opportunity to see the whole cartoon character without any colors.
You can also try this side version if you prefer to create a more challenging version of this cute animal. Hope you had fun! :)
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