Which toys are your favorite? Which do you dream of being gifted on the next special occasion? Make your list and check it twice with the help of these easy, step-by-step toy drawing tutorials.
Toys have changed over time, but some things never change. Long ago, for example, kids made their own kites, while today they come from the toy store. Either way, this high-flying toy is fun on a windy day!
Throughout history, kids have also loved playing with dolls shaped like people and animals. You will find examples of these below.
There are standard dolls and those from the hit Disney film Toy Story. There are classic types of dolls like marionette puppets, jack-in-the-boxes, and functional nutcrackers, which played a role in the kitchen as well as being a toy.
You will find modern classics like Barbie dolls and Legos. There are also specific brands of toys including Shopkins, Hatchimals, Beyblades, Gundams, and LOL Surprise dolls.
Are you ready to play? Get your paper and pencil ready. You may also want to color your finished drawings with crayons, colored pencils, or crayons.
You can even throw a party! Draw up a pile of gift-wrapped presents and festive helium balloons.
She's a Barbie girl living in a Barbie world! Sketch several pictures of this Barbie girl and color them to match Barbie and all her friends - blonde-haired Barbie and different hair colors for her friends!
Which Little Outrageous Little will you get this time? After you've followed these simple steps, you can use your new skills to customize your drawing - and make yourself a whole collection of LOL Surprise! portraits.
Teddy bears have been a childhood staple for over 100 years. They are often a gift given to a significant other on romantic occasions or when someone is sick and in the hospital. Draw this sweet gift for someone.