See why learning how to draw an Indian can be a fun and rewarding experience using this simple step-by-step drawing tutorial! Using a cute design and simple basic shapes, I will show you how to depict this fun character in just a few minutes using only six basic steps. Don't worry, this cartoon tutorial is so easy that even younger kids can achieve it easily!
Start with the creation of the head and body using circles and rectangles. The shape of the head is similar to the shape of an egg. The body is long and much thinner than the head. The pants are illustrated with a small rectangle.
Arms are also made from small rectangles. No need to draw fingers: only a circle can be used to illustrate the hands. Curved lines are necessary to depict the feet properly.
The eyes are made from huge circles. Pupils are also made from circular shapes. Inside the pupils, you can also draw small oval shapes. Curved lines are needed to form the nose and the mouth.
Continue working on this cute Indian by adding a large rectangle on the forehead to create a headband. Triangles made from curved lines can also be sketched to illustrate the hair.
Complete this lesson by adding more details on this cartoon character. First, you can draw two feathers on top of the head. On the shirt, draw a long straight line and some dots to represent buttons.
Nice job! This cartoon Indian is now ready to be filled with great colors. See the illustration on top of this page if you need more assistance.
If you prefer to work with all six steps without having to read any text, you can use the illustration below to create this fun character. I hope you had fun learning how to draw an Indian! :)
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