Learning how to draw a doctor is the best way to have access to one! Because most of the time, doctors are quite busy and a little bit hard to reach. Of course, it all depends on where you live. In some countries, you can see a doctor almost immediately. In other countries, doctors are virtually unreachable. Whether you can see one or not, you can certainly learn how to draw one today!
Let's start this lesson now! First, draw the head using a large circular shape. The top must be narrower and the bottom wider. The body is made from a long rectangle. The pants are made from a smaller rectangular shape.
Work on the feet using straight and curved lines. The arms are done using small rectangles. The hands are made from small circles. Finally, the feet are also made using circular shapes.
The eyes are represented by large circles. The larger they are, the cuter your character will be. For the ears, smaller circles are fine. Add some hair on top of the head of the cartoon doctor.
Time to add more details inside the doctor's uniform. First, add a cross on the chest. You can also draw the shirt on the body of the doctor. Then, you can add tools on the right hand and around the neck of the cartoon doctor.
You can complete this lesson by adding small circles inside the eyes to form the pupils. A small line can be used to form the nose while a longer one is needed to create the mouth.
That's it! This is the final version of this adorable cartoon doctor. As you can see, this black and white drawing is filled with small details that are all made from basic elements.
Illustrating this simple cartoon doctor was fun using this six steps lesson. You can also draw your own version using this template as a guideline. Have fun with this tutorial! :)
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