A friendly version of this horrible cartoon character is available in this tutorial on how to draw a zombie! Indeed, zombies are known for being aggressive and attracted by fresh brains. Today's zombies are even more dangerous since they can run, something that did not occur very often in the past. Fortunately, the one described in this drawing tutorial is friendly, cute and most important ... very easy to draw!
Start working on this fun creature by adding the head using a large circular shape. Below the head, draw a small rectangle to form the body of the cartoon zombie.
Next, add a second rectangle to illustrate the legs of the character. Make sure this shape is small. The feet are made from circles, but only the top part of these shapes are used.
Inside the head, draw two large circles to represent the eyes. The ears are also made from circles, but these ones must be quite smaller. Both arms are made from rectangles and the hands are drawn using circles.
Draw two large pupils inside the eyes. Notice that both pupils are not aligned to create a funny character. The nose and the mouth are drawn using curved lines.
Inside the pupils, draw small oval shapes to illustrate how lighting is working on this part of the body. You can complete this tutorial by adding a few stitches on the body and the head of the cartoon zombie.
That's it! This fun cartoon illustration is relatively easy to achieved if you already know how to draw a few characters from this series.
Here are all steps needed to draw a fun cartoon zombie like the one found on this page. Creating your own version is certainly a good idea if you want to improve your abilities quickly and effectively.
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