Learn how to draw a nurse that is caring, loving and made from simple elements! There are no doubts that nurses are vital in any hospital. Although doctors usually the ones who are making the most recognized part of the work, nurses are providing help that is essential to keep patients in healthy conditions. Without them (the nurses), no hospital would be able to operate properly. Let's pay tribute to all these wonderful nurses by drawing a fun cartoon version featuring an adorable character.
Cool! Let's start slowly by creating the head of the nurse using an oval shape. Make this shape large enough to end up with a really cute illustration. The body is made from a simple rectangle.
Continue this lesson by adding the arms using once again long and thin rectangles. The hands can be done with small circles. Finally, sketch the dress using a rectangle that is narrower on top.
Inside the head, you can illustrate the eyes with large circles. The hair is done using mostly curved lines. Simply look below if you need an illustration to help you create the perfect shape.
Next, you can represent the pupils with two large circles. You can also add small oval shapes inside these pupils. Both the mouth and the nose are made from pointed curved lines.
Finally, you can add more details on the shirt of the character using a long vertical line and triangles. Draw a small hat using a rectangle and a cross on it.
Very good work! You can see below how this cartoon nurse looks cool even if the illustration is in black and white!
Don't hesitate to practice more if needed. After all, that's what drawing is all about. You can also try more characters and become even better at drawing! :)
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