How to Draw Cartoon Money

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This tutorial will help you learn to draw cartoon money! Drawing a simple dollar isn't really difficult. So instead of learning only how to draw a simple dollar, you will also learn to draw a nice bag loaded with money! But unfortunately, you might not be richer after this tutorial!

Step 1

How to draw cartoon money

First, let's sketch the bag of money! Draw a large circle for the bag itself. Since the bag is attached, you will need to draw a rope near the top. Just sketch a rectangle for now. And over this rectangle, just draw another one (much bigger) to illustrate the portion of the bag that is over the rope.

Step 2

How to draw cartoon money

Next, draw a small rectangle to represent your dollar.

Step 3

How to draw cartoon money

Work on the outline of your bag to make it irregular and more organic.

Step 4

How to draw cartoon money

Once you are done, draw the rope and the top of your bag. You can also add a dollar sign on your bag. For a better visual effect, make sure that the sign is round and curved. This is an easy trick to give volume to a shape.

Step 5

How to draw cartoon money

Finally, add some shadows on your bag. You can also draw a circle on your dollar and add some dollar signs. If you feel rich, you can transform your single dollar into a pile of money.

Step 6

How to draw cartoon money

And there you have it! A nice pile of money drawn in six easy steps! Have fun!


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