Learn how to draw a great looking Teacher with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a beautiful Teacher.
The teacher may represent the world's oldest profession.
Parents and other adults often assume the role of teacher to small children, helping them attain the skills needed for adulthood.
Craftsmen have long taught their craft to apprentices.
Today, children are largely educated by professional teachers in a formal school setting.
Especially in secondary education and universities, teachers often specialize in just one subject.
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Did you know? Teaching is considered the world's largest profession.
During the past 100 years, it is estimated that there have been more than 30 million teachers around the world.
Different types of teachers may be called professors, tutors, or mentors.
Would you like to draw a teacher?
This easy, step-by-step drawing tutorial is here to help. All you will need is a pencil or pen and a sheet of paper.
You may also wish to color your finished drawing.
Step by Step Instructions for Drawing a Teacher
How to Draw a Great Looking Teacher for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Sketch the teacher's face and hair. Outline the face using a "U" shaped line. Use two curved lines to form a lock of hair in the center of the forehead. From each side of the lock, extend another curved line. Allow this line to meet the top of the "U" and curve past it. Then, extend a short curved line from this line to the face to form each ear. Use a large, upside down "U" shaped line to sketch the top of the hair, with shorter lines curving back toward the face.
Easy Teacher Drawing - Step 2
2. Extend a pair of lines downward from the face to form the neck. Connect the edges of the hair to the neck. Then, use a series of curved lines to sketch the collar of the garment, the shoulders, the back of each sleeve, and the sides of the garment.
Easy Teacher Drawing - Step 3
3. Use a series of curved lines to sketch the sleeve covering the extended arm. Note the small lines indicating folds of fabric at the bend of the elbow. Then, use curved lines, "U" shaped lines, and small ovals to sketch the grasping hand.
Easy Teacher Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a pair of lines extending from each side of the hand. Allow the upper lines to gradually meet in a point. Connect the divergent lower lines using a small oval. This forms the teacher's pointer, which she uses to draw attention to items on the blackboard.
Easy Teacher Drawing - Step 5
5. Use a pair of wide "V" shaped lines to form the remaining sleeve; connect the lines using a short, curved line. Note the overlapping of lines at the elbow. Then, use a series of curved and "U" shaped lines to sketch the hand.
Easy Teacher Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw a book in the teacher's hand. Begin by enclosing a square shape. Draw a rectangle on one side to indicate the book's spine, and another straight line atop the book, connected by a short, curved line, to indicate the pages.
Easy Teacher Drawing - Step 7
7. Detail the teacher's face. Draw two circles to form the glasses. Connect the circles together and to the sides of the face using short lines. Draw a dot within each circle to indicate the eye, and a curved line above it. Use a curved line to form the nose, and three curved lines to craft the smiling mouth and tongue.
Add More Details to Your Teacher Picture - Step 8
8. Draw the blackboard, chalkboard, or dry erase board. Enclose a rectangle with a wide triangle resting atop it.
Complete the Outline of Your Teacher Drawing - Step 9
9. On the board, write some multiplication tables. Check to make sure your math is correct!
Color Your Teacher Drawing
10. Color your clever teacher.
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