Prepare to invade an imaginary kingdom with this lesson on how to draw a king! I will show you how to depict this honorable character using only simple basic elements. Using a cute template, you will see that drawing a nice cartoon king is an easy task that can be achieved only by adding a few simple things like circles and rectangles. Nothing complicated, nothing sophisticated ...
Cool! Let's begin this easy drawing lesson by sketching a large oval shape to illustrate the head. Then, create the body using a rectangle. Make sure this new shape is wider on the bottom as shown below.
In this second step, draw the arms and the hands using long rectangles and small circles. The feet are also made from circular shapes. You can use only the top part of this shape.
The crown is made from a long rectangle and five small squares. The eyes are drawn using large circles and the ears are made from smaller ones.
Continue this lesson by adding pupils inside the eyes. The nose and mouth are made from curved lines. Finally, complete this step by drawing a large beard around the mouth.
On the suit of the king, add two long lines like shown below. You can also add more details on the crown using circles and squares.
Nice work! I hope drawing this king was a fun experience! Of course, you can add colors if you want to end up with a more enjoyable illustration. :)
These are all six steps needed to draw this fun cartoon king. You can try more versions using different accessories and colors or simply try to draw your own version using a completely different template. :)
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