Learn how to draw a great looking World Health Day Illustration with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a beautiful World Health Day Illustration.
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Would you like to learn how to draw a World Health Day illustration to raise awareness or commemorate the event? You've come to the right place. But first, we must answer the question: What is World Health Day?
Since 1948, World Health Day has been held on April 7 each year. Sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), it highlights a different health concern each year. Past themes have included climate change, natural disasters, food safety, depression, road safety, and supporting nurses.
Maintaining good health is important to everyone, and knowledge is the key. You can let others know about World Health Day by drawing and displaying this cute cartoon.
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Drawing Idea: Celebrate World Health Day by making a thank-you card for a doctor, nurse, dentist, or pharmacist. This World Health Day illustration will look great on the front of the card!
If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Happy New Year Card, Pharmacist, and Doctor.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a World Health Day Illustration
How to Draw a Great Looking World Health Day Illustration for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a large circle. This will become the planet Earth.
Easy World Health Day Illustration Drawing - Step 2
2. Give the planet a friendly cartoon face. Draw two curved lines to contour the cheeks. Above each cheek, use an inverted "U" shaped line to enclose the eye. Shade a large oval within the eye to indicate the pupil. Then, draw a curved line above it to form the eyebrow.
Easy World Health Day Illustration Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the smiling mouth. Use curved lines to outline the top, bottom, and side of the mouth, the rectangular teeth, and the tongue. Draw an oval overlapping the top of the head, and shade a small oval at its center. This is a head mirror, which doctors once used instead of lights to illuminate the patient.
Easy World Health Day Illustration Drawing - Step 4
4. Outline the continents and oceans on the surface of the Earth. Outline the shapes of Greenland, North and South America, Africa, and Europe.
Easy World Health Day Illustration Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw the character's arms and hands. Use overlapping curved lines. Note that one hand is a fist, the other a thumb's up.
Easy World Health Day Illustration Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw a flag in the Earth's fist. Extend two straight, parallel lines from the hand. Connect them at the top. Then, extend two curved lines to form the top and bottom of the flag. Connect them on the end. Outline a plus (+) or cross shape on the flag.
Since the 1800s, a red cross on a white background has been internationally recognized as a symbol of the medical field.
Easy World Health Day Illustration Drawing - Step 7
7. Write the word "WORLD" beneath your cartoon character.
Add More Details to Your World Health Day Illustration Picture - Step 8
8. Write the word "HEALTH" below your character.
Complete the Outline of Your World Health Day Illustration Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your drawing by writing the word "DAY."
Color Your World Health Day Illustration Drawing
Color your world health day cartoon. You'll need at least three colors - blue, green, and red.
For more great Man-Made cartoons drawing tutorials, see the 51 Easy to Draw Man-Made cartoons Drawing Tutorials post.
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