In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw a mole clipart mostly created from simple shapes and lines. This cartoon character is easily recognizable with its small tiny ears, square teeth and large chest. To create this fun animal, you will have access to a short video tutorial as well as a written version of this lesson featuring all the steps to help you succeed. Ready? Let's proceed with the video ...
First, you can take a look at the short video below to see how this character was created. If you wish to proceed with a written version (easier to read and perfect for those who want to take more time), then simply scroll down a little bit. Either versions are perfect to help you achieved this character in no time.
Let's begin with the creation of the template. As you can see below, the head is mostly made from a bunch of straight lines. Ears are made from small rectangles while the body is created using a larger one. More straight lines are needed to represent the arms, the hands and the feet.
It's now time to draw the character using mostly curved lines. Notice the particular shapes of the head. Both ears are made from small oval shapes. Arms and hands are created from a mix of curved and straight lines. Don't forget to create patches on the stomach and around the mouth. Teeth are made from small squares.
Great work! This is the cartoon character once all gray lines are removed. This cartoon mole looks amazing, but it could be better with the addition of colors. No need to create complex digital effects like shadows or reflections. Only basic plain colors are needed.
This cute mole clipart is filled with a dark gray color. The eyes and the nose are filled with a darker version of the same color. Patches around the mouth, on the chest as well as the hands and the feet are colors with a subtle golden color.
Nice job! Below you can see all four steps required to create this colorful character in just minutes. You can also draw another cute cartoon mole made from circular shapes if you want to try another approach. Of course, don't hesitate to try more postures, shapes, designs or colors if you want to. As long as you are practicing, that's the key to become better at drawing! Have fun!