Learn how to draw a grandpa and make sure that you are able to complete virtually any tasks, just like a good old grandfather would do! Indeed, grandfathers are usually very agile with their hands and they can practically build anything they want. Maybe it won't be the case in a few decades, but older people have learned to perform many simple manual tasks, which is not the case for new generations ...
Let's draw a few basic elements to start this drawing lesson. First, you can represent the head using a large oval shape. Next, you can draw the body using a small rectangle. The pants are also done using a small rectangle.
Continue working on this fun cartoon character by sketching the arms using thin rectangles. The hands are also made with small circles. Finally, draw the feet using circular shapes.
Time to work on the head! Sketch two large circles to form the eyes. The ears are made from smaller circular shapes. Don't forget to add the hair using curved lines.
You can proceed with the creation of the pupils using circles. The nose is made from a small curved line. This cartoon grandpa also has a beard, so you can sketch one using long curved lines.
Inside the pupils, you can add two small oval shapes. The mouth is created with a long curved line. You can also draw a tie using a small circle and a triangle.
Good job! The result is a fun and easy to recognize grandpa.
Feel free to add colors if you want to end up with something visually more appealing. Below you can find all six steps needed to create this fun character. Enjoy! :)
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