Serving people is nice so why not learn how to draw a waiter and pay tribute to the most popular job in the world! Indeed, being a waiter is the most common job you can find. It's probably because restaurants are very popular and very present in all parts of the country. Some people are able to live easily with this job while others are struggling a little bit since the paycheck is not always generous. Let's draw a cool waiter using basic shapes.
Just like most characters from the same series, you need to draw the head first using an oval shape. The body is made from a rectangle that is narrow. Add a line on the bottom to illustrate the pants.
Work on the arms using rectangles. The hands don't have fingers and are made from circles. Finally, the shoes are also made from curved lines as shown below.
The eyes are made using large circles. The ears are also made from circles, but these shapes are much smaller. The hair is mostly done using long curved lines.
Next, you can draw pupils using large circles. Oval shapes are added inside the pupils. Sketch the mouth and the nose using pointed curved lines and illustrate the moustache using a triangle.
Complete this lesson by adding some details on the suit of the cartoon waiter. Simply look at the illustration below if you need assistance. :)
Cool! This adorable waiter is now ready to take orders!
These are all six steps needed to draw a simple waiter. Why not create your own version using simple shapes and elements like the ones used here?
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