Learn how to draw a great looking Easy Cartoon Mummy with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Easy Cartoon Mummy.
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Mummies are preserved bodies. They are often covered in cloth wrappings and then placed in golden sarcophagi like the one in this King Tut drawing guide. King Tut is one of the most famous mummies ever discovered.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing an Easy Cartoon Mummy
How to Draw a Great Looking Easy Cartoon Mummy for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the easy cartoon mummy outline by drawing the shrouds around the head. First, use curved lines to enclose a curved, narrow rectangle. Above this, use curved lines to draw another curved rectangular layer and a semi-circle layer. This outlines the top of the mummy’s head.
Then, extend a pair of curved lines down from the original rectangle, and connect them with a curved line. This covers the rest of the mummy’s face, leaving a space for the eyes in between.
Easy Easy Cartoon Mummy Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw angry eyes within the space - ovals that are flattened on top. Draw a pair of curved lines across the face to indicate more burial wrappings, and texture the shroud with curved lines. Then, extend two curved lines from the head to form the neck.
Easy Easy Cartoon Mummy Drawing - Step 3
3. Use curved lines to trace the mummy’s narrow body and extended arm. Use more curved lines to draw rectangular wrappings hanging from the arm.
Easy Easy Cartoon Mummy Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw another rectangular layer of wrappings, then draw a narrow trapezoid. This is the mummy’s wrist. Band it with curved lines to indicate wrappings. Then, use a series of long, overlapping curved lines to sketch the hand.
Easy Easy Cartoon Mummy Drawing - Step 5
5. Use curved lines to complete the hand and to band the upper arm with wrappings. Then, draw a series of curved rectangles to sketch the remaining arm.
Easy Easy Cartoon Mummy Drawing - Step 6
6. Use curved lines to draw two overlapping rectangles - the end of the shroud. Draw a curved line across one to form a sleeve-like opening. Then, use overlapping curved lines to sketch the hand.
Easy Easy Cartoon Mummy Drawing - Step 7
7. Use long, curved lines to draw the mummy’s legs. Connect them at the bottom with a curved line to form the foot.
Add More Details to Your Easy Cartoon Mummy Picture - Step 8
8. Draw rectangles around the bottom of the remaining leg to indicate more wrappings. Complete the leg and foot with curved lines.
Complete the Outline of Your Easy Cartoon Mummy Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw curved lines all across the mummy’s body and legs, sometimes running parallel to one another and sometimes forming “V” shapes.
Color Your Easy Cartoon Mummy Drawing
Your cartoon mummy outline is now complete. Color your mummy. Though the burial shrouds may have originally been white, dust, decay, and the passage of time have turned them tan or brown.
Did you know? Hundreds of years ago, famous painters used a color called “mummy brown.” The paint was actually tinted with ground-up mummies!
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