Use this drawing tutorial on how to draw a prince to give a mate to a princess who needs to get married! Everyone loves stories about prince and princess. Even after all these years, this is a theme that is still quite popular in modern culture. Just look at all the movies, books and merchandises that are based on this topic to see that it won't disappear anytime soon! So why not draw a cute cartoon prince using this fun and easy drawing lesson ...
Cool! This first step is relatively easy to draw. You can proceed with the creation of the head using a large oval shape. Then, work on the body by adding a rectangle to represent the shirt and the pants. Sketch a small line to separate both.
In this second step, you can sketch the arms using rectangles. Hands are made from circles. Finally, the shoes are illustrated with circles (well, only the top part of these circular shapes).
Eyes are made using large circles. You can also create ears that are made from small circular shapes. The hair is made from long curved lines. See the image below for more details.
We are almost finished! The pupils are done with large circles and oval shapes are added inside these ones. The mouth is made from a simple line, so is the nose.
Two small elements can be added to conclude this tutorial: a large crown made from triangles on top of the head and a small pattern on the shirt drawn using three curved lines.
Great! This is the final illustration featuring a black and white version of this cool cartoon prince. You can also add colors if you want to! :)
Did you had fun illustrating this adorable prince? Great! You can now sketch your own version of this lovely character using different shapes, sizes and colors. It's time to be creative!
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