Learn how to draw Australia clipart animals featuring a koala, a kangaroo and a cute hedgehog. I will show you how you can create these three fun characters using a simple template made from curved lines. Of course, these tips can also be used to draw even more cartoon characters once you are familiar with the process. For now, let's see how we can create three fun animals quickly and easily ...
Let's begin these lessons by sketching a fun cartoon koala. First, draw the body and the head using long curved lines. You can create a white space near the neck. Then, draw both ears using more curved lines. Eyes are made from small dots and the nose from a long oval shape.
Draw a mouth using a line. A large patch is also drawn around the mouth of the animal. All four legs are represented by a mix of small curved lines. Another patch is drawn on the chest. A few gray colors are used inside the cartoon character.
Kangaroos are unique and easily recognizable. Creating this fun animal using simple lines can be challenging. That's why it's important to draw all features correctly. First, draw the head and the body using the same technique as above. Ears are long and made from triangles. Two dots are used to form the eyes.
Sketch a mouth using a line. A small triangle can be used to illustrate the nose. A patch is drawn on the chest. Next, draw short legs in front of the character and long ones on the back. Complete this lesson by drawing a long tail and a pouch on the chest of the cartoon kangaroo.
Once again, draw two large squares made from curved lines to form the head and the body of this cute hedgehog. Ears are made from tiny circles. Spines are made from several small triangles. The nose and the eyes are made from small dots. A line is used to represent the mouth. Four small legs are also done using short curved lines.
These three Australia clipart animals were relatively easy to duplicate using all simple shapes drawn in these lessons. You can find more cartoon animals from the same series here. Have fun being creative, that's the fun part about drawing. Also, don't forget to practice on a daily basis. That's the best tip to become better at drawing. Enjoy! :)
External resources: How to draw a kangaroo