Learn how to draw a great looking Pharmacist with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a beautiful Pharmacist.
"Water, air, and cleanness are the chief articles in my pharmacy."
- Napoleon Bonaparte
Pharmacists, also known as chemists or druggists, are healthcare professionals responsible for preparing or dispensing medications. Like doctors, pharmacists must go to school for many years to learn about medicines, how they affect the body, and how they may interact with each other.
Doctors and pharmacists work together to help keep you well and to help you heal when you are sick or injured.
You can make their job easier by following their advice, wearing proper safety gear when needed, and washing your hands to help prevent the spread of germs.
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Would you like to draw a cute cartoon pharmacist? This easy, step-by-step cartoon caricature drawing tutorial is here to help. All you will need is a sheet of paper, pens, pencils, or markers, and something to color with.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Pharmacist
How to Draw a Great Looking Pharmacist for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing the pharmacist's face. Use curved lines to outline the side and tip of the nose, as well as the upper and lower eyelids. Between the lids, draw curved lines to enclose partial oval shapes. Shade a large circle within each eye to indicate the pupils.
Easy Pharmacist Drawing - Step 2
2. Use curved lines to outline the pharmacist's hair, ears, chin, eyebrows, and smiling mouth.
Easy Pharmacist Drawing - Step 3
3. Use long curved lines to complete the hair falling across the forehead and the outer edges of the hair. Draw a "V" shaped line beneath the head to indicate the neck.
Easy Pharmacist Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw "V" shaped lines on each side of the neck to form the collars of the labcoat. Then, outline the shoulder and sleeve of the coat using curved lines. Notice the small oval that forms a button near the end of the sleeve.
Easy Pharmacist Drawing - Step 5
5. Use curved lines to outline the wrist and narrow fingers. Notice the empty space - she is holding something in her hand.
Easy Pharmacist Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw a small, flat cylinder above the hand and use curved lines to complete the outline of the medicine bottle. Draw flat ovals within it, and band each with a curved line. These are the pills. Draw "C" shaped lines to indicate tablets partially hidden behind those in front of them.
Easy Pharmacist Drawing - Step 7
7. Continue drawing oval-shaped pills until the bottle is full. Then, use curved lines to draw the remaining shoulder and sleeve. Again, note the small round button near the end of the sleeve.
Add More Details to Your Pharmacist Picture - Step 8
8. Draw a "V" shape below the neck to indicate the opening of the lab coat. Use curved lines to draw the elongated, triangular lapel beside it. Then, use curved lines to sketch the hand and fingers.
Complete the Outline of Your Pharmacist Drawing - Step 9
9. Use a curved line to enclose the remaining lapel. Draw a straight horizontal line to indicate the counter, and vertical lines to enclose the sides of the torso. On the wall behind her, outline a plus sign or cross with a circle around it. This is often a symbol of pharmacies or other medical facilities.
Color Your Pharmacist Drawing
Color your cartoon pharmacist. They typically wear white coats.
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