In this simple tutorial, you will learn how to draw a nice cartoon judge! There is no doubt that this is not one easy job! A good judge must be impartial, calm and intelligent.
After all, the freedom of a man (or a woman) is on the line, so it is very important to take the best decision possible to make sure that justice is done!
The dress of a judge can vary from one country to another. In this case, I have decided to draw a judge with a few accessories, making the character even easier to recognize.
The most important accessory is certainly the gavel (official name of the small hammer) that every judge must have (at least in the cartoon universe! :)
I hope you will enjoy this simple drawing lesson and don't hesitate to submit your drawing on this site and share your artwork with the rest of the world! Enjoy!
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