Learn how to draw a great looking National Siblings Day Poster with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect National Siblings Day Poster.
Would you like to learn how to draw a National Siblings Day Poster? What is National Siblings Day? If you'd like to celebrate your bond with your brothers and sisters, you've come to the right place.
National Siblings Day, or just Sibling Day for short, was designed to honor and celebrate each individual's brothers and sisters and the relationships they share. It was founded in 1995.
In the United States and Canada, it is observed each year on April 10. In Europe, the similar Brothers and Sisters Day takes place on May 31.
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Many people also look at family photos or post them on social media with the hashtag #National Siblings Day.
This holiday is not as well-known as other family-themed holidays, so you can draw this poster to let others know that National Siblings Day is on its way!
Did you know? Around 80 percent of Americans have siblings. What about the 20 percent who do not? If you're an only child, why not draw yourself a sibling or celebrate your family in other ways?
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a National Siblings Day Poster
How to Draw a Great Looking National Siblings Day Poster for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing the first of two cartoon children. In our illustration, we've included one boy and one girl, but you can adjust this to fit your family.
Use curved lines to outline the sister's face and ear, then her hair. Texture the hair with curved lines.
Easy National Siblings Day Poster Drawing - Step 2
2. Detail the features of the face. Use curved lines for the eyebrows, closed eyes, and nose. Then, draw the laughing mouth.
Use additional curved lines to trace the upper and lower lips, the corners of the mouth, the teeth, and the tongue. Finally, outline the neck with a "C" shaped line.
Easy National Siblings Day Poster Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the girl's body. Use curved lines to outline the irregular square shapes of her sleeves and torso. Then, outline the curved rectangle of her skirt.
Extend two pairs of curved lines to form the legs, and connect them at the bottom. Enclose a teardrop-shaped shoe at the bottom of each leg.
Easy National Siblings Day Poster Drawing - Step 4
4. Extend pairs of curved lines to form the girl's arms. At the end of one arm, enclose the hand using a series of "U" shaped lines.
Easy National Siblings Day Poster Drawing - Step 5
Easy National Siblings Day Poster Drawing - Step 6
6. Detail the boy's face. Draw curved lines to form the tops of his cheeks. Above each, enclose a large partial circle to form the eye. Within each eye, draw a smaller circle to indicate the pupils.
Then, use curved lines to sketch the eyebrows, the "C" shaped nose and neck, and the smiling mouth. Extend pairs of curved lines to form the arms.
Enclose the end of one arm by drawing the hand, using overlapping "U" shaped lines.
Easy National Siblings Day Poster Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the boy's body. Use curved lines to outline the rectangular shape of his shirt, and the "C" shaped opening of his arm. Use overlapping curved lines to draw his shorts. Extend pairs of lines to form the legs.
At the end of each, draw an oval-shaped shoe.
Add More Details to Your National Siblings Day Poster Picture - Step 8
8. Complete your National Siblings Day Poster with a message. Begin by writing the word "Happy" in large letters.
Complete the Outline of Your National Siblings Day Poster Drawing - Step 9
9. Finish the message by writing the words "Siblings Day."
Color Your National Siblings Day Poster Drawing
Color your cartoon of a brother and a sister.
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