How to Draw Cartoon Parents

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This simple drawing lesson is featuring cartoon parents that are colorful and smiling. Everyone has parents so it's a little bit easy to relate to this step-by-step tutorial. This cool father and nurturing mother are not so difficult to achieve if you practice a lot.

Don't hesitate to draw each character separately if you don't feel comfortable drawing both characters simultaneously. It's not easy to get the distance right if you are trying to sketch both characters at the same time. 

I hope you will enjoy this simple tutorial and be creative! You can add more details and accessories on both characters if you want! Try playing with clothing, hair, body shape and more! This drawing lesson is just a guideline. Your goal is to create something new and original from it!

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