Are you afraid to come face-to-face with this cartoon character? Before you feel the need to burn this gentle lady, why not learn how to draw a witch! Unfortunately, women were persecuted in the past because others had the feeling that these ladies may be born with evil powers. Even more disappointing is to learn that it's still the case in some countries around the world! You are invited to create a harmless version of this character using a cute and simple design.
Step 1 is quite simple. All you need to do is drawn a large oval shape. As you can see below, this shape is similar to the shape of an egg. Make the shape wide to leave enough room for all facial features.
The body of this cartoon witch is sketched using a long rectangle. The dress is also made from a rectangle, but the bottom of the shape must be wider. Arms are made from rectangles with hands are drawn using circles.
Add the eyes using circles. The hair is mostly done using long curved lines. The hat is drawn using multiple straight lines. Simply look at the illustration below if you need more guidance.
In this step, you can draw the broom of the cartoon witch using a long rectangle and a small square made from curved lines. Don't forget to add the pupils inside the eyes using circles.
Complete this tutorial by adding small oval shapes inside the pupils. The nose can be made from a small curved line (almost like a triangle). Finally, the mouth is represented by a long curved line.
Nice work! Below is the cartoon witch made from black and white shapes. This is a complex character (compared to the others from the same series), but don't hesitate to practice often to achieve your goal!
And here are all steps required to create this cartoon witch in just six easy steps. No magic needed to succeed! Just lots of practice and hard work! :)
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