Learn how to draw a mom, the most important person in a child's life! Of course, dads are also important (and I hope so otherwise I would feel quite useless), but it seems that in the early days everything revolves around the mother. So let's pay tribute to all mothers by drawing a cool cartoon version using only a few simple basic elements. Don't worry! This drawing lesson is so easy that even a child could achieve it! ;)
Just like most characters from the same series, start this lesson by adding a large head made from an oval shape.
Next, you can work on the body using thin rectangles. The dress below the body is illustrated with another rectangle. However, this new shape must be wider on the bottom and narrower on top.
The arms are made from small (but long) rectangles. The hands are simply made from circular shapes. Our goal is to create a simple character, so no need to draw fingers!
Next, create the eyes using large circular shapes. The hair is done with three different curved lines. As you can see below, the eye on the right is partially hidden.
You can complete this tutorial by adding more details inside the head. First, sketch the pupils using large circles. Small oval shapes can be added inside these pupils. The nose and the mouth are done with simple lines.
Nice work. Below is the final version of this cartoon mom. Feel free to add colors if you want to create a more enjoyable illustration.
These are all six steps needed to create this adorable mom. You can try more characters here based on the same fun template! :)
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