How to Draw A Viking

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Time to learn how to draw a viking, the most feared character a captain can find on its way to the sea! Vikings are often depicted wearing dirty clothing, with a large beard, having big muscles and with almost no teeth remaining in the mouth. Today, I propose we learn to draw a cuter version involving a fun character made from simple basic shapes. Are you ready to draw an adorable viking?

How to Draw A Viking

Step 1

Let's rule the world using a large oval shape to create the head! Next, draw a thin rectangle to form the body. The pants are also made using this simple shape. 

How to Draw A Viking

Step 2

Continue working on this terrible viking by sketching the arms and the legs. No fingers are needed so a simple circle is fine. The shoes are also made from a circular shape as seen below. 

How to Draw A Viking

Step 3

The eyes and the pupils are made from large circles. Smaller circular shapes are used to form the ears. The helmet is done using a rectangle with round corners while the horns are made from curved lines. 

How to Draw A Viking

Step 4

Inside the pupils, you can draw a few oval shapes. The nose and mouth are done with a line. You can sketch a large beard around the mouth and some hair below the head. 

How to Draw A Viking

Step 5

Complete this lesson by adding a large belt of the shirt. A pointed sword can also be illustrated on the right hand of this adorable cartoon viking. 

How to Draw A Viking

Step 6

Nice job! This fun illustration can now be filled with great colors, just like the one available on top of this page. 

How to Draw A Viking


How to Draw A Viking


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