Find the perfect recipe on how to draw a chef and create a cute little character using only simple basic elements. Working in a kitchen is not an easy task. Pressure is constant and failure is definitely not an option. Fortunately, you can take all the time you need to sketch this amazing cartoon character. Just sit back and enjoy the ride!
Let's begin with the most important part of the human body: the head. First, draw a large oval shape. Make sure that the bottom of this shape is wider. Next, sketch a long rectangle to illustrate the body of the chef. Then, add another small rectangle to form the pants.
The hat is made from small rectangle on the bottom and three circular shapes on top. The arms are represented by long and thin rectangles while the hands are made from circles. You can use curved lines to create the feet.
Next, draw the eyes using circles. The ears are also made from circular shapes. Finally, you can add some hair on both sides of the head like shown in the illustration below.
Once you are ready to proceed, you can draw a bow tie below the head. A straight line can also be added on the shirt of the cartoon character. Draw large pupils using circles and sketch the nose and mouth using curved lines.
You can complete this fun drawing lesson by adding small oval shapes inside the eyes. A moustache can be drawn under the nose and small dots can be sketch on the shirt.
Great work! The recipe to create a fun cartoon chef is quite easy to achieved. You can either try to draw this character once again or add colors to the current version if you want to.
Want to draw more cartoon chefs? You can start with this simple version featuring a chef with his arms wide open. This one also has a similar posture, but the character has some cool effects tough to duplicate. Another chef made from simple shapes and filled with complex lighting effects can also be drawn. Bon appetit! :)
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