Learn how to draw a great looking Easy Cartoon Snowman with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Easy Cartoon Snowman.
Do you want to build a snowman? Well, even if there is no snow on the ground where you live, you can draw one! Simply follow this step-by-step easy cartoon snowman drawing guide.
Your snowman's body, eyes, and buttons will be constructed of circles and ovals. You will also use curved lines to draw its rectangular scarf, triangle-shaped nose, irregular hat and stick arms.
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Feeling festive? You can learn how to draw this winter scenery - a snowy day, a pine forest, and a cozy cottage with a warm fireplace inside.
You will notice that the scene already includes a snowman, but you can add your new cartoon snowman to it. In fact, don't stop there - like the Miracle of 1511, fill the neighborhood with cute and comical snowmen!
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing an Easy Cartoon Snowman
How to Draw a Great Looking Easy Cartoon Snowman for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing the snowman's face. For each eye, draw an oval inside an oval. Notice how the line overlaps itself a bit at the top. Shade the smaller oval in each eye, as well as a small teardrop shape above. These are the eyebrows.
Then, use overlapping curved lines to trace the triangular carrot nose. Below it, draw a curved line for the smiling mouth, and another, smaller line at the corner.
Easy Easy Cartoon Snowman Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw a circle around the face, passing behind the tip of the carrot. This outlines the snowman's head. Then, use a curved line to enclose an area on top of the head. This will become the snowman's hat.
Easy Easy Cartoon Snowman Drawing - Step 3
3. Use a curved line to enclose the irregular top of the beanie hat. Draw a small circle on top - this is the pompom. Texture the material of the hat with short curved lines.
Easy Easy Cartoon Snowman Drawing - Step 4
4. Use straight lines to enclose a rectangular shape below the head. This is the snowman's scarf. Draw a line down its center, and extend short lines from the end, doubling them back on themselves. This is the fringe of the scarf.
Easy Easy Cartoon Snowman Drawing - Step 5
5. Use overlapping curved lines to enclose rounded rectangular shapes on each side of the scarf. This is the portion of the scarf that goes around the neck.
Easy Easy Cartoon Snowman Drawing - Step 6
6. Enclose a large partial oval below the scarf. This is the snowman's body.
Easy Easy Cartoon Snowman Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw two small ovals in the middle of the large one. Then, draw two small circles inside each oval. These are the snowman's buttons.
Add More Details to Your Easy Cartoon Snowman Picture - Step 8
8. Draw the snowman's tree branch arm, erasing as necessary. Use a series of curved lines that branch into pointed "V" shapes at the end.
Complete the Outline of Your Easy Cartoon Snowman Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw the remaining arm on the opposite side. Again, use parallel curved lines that branch into pointed "V"s.
Color Your Easy Cartoon Snowman Drawing
Your easy cartoon snowman outline is now complete. You can leave his snowy portions white, but color his hat, scarf, nose, arms, and buttons.
For more great winter drawing tutorials, see the collection of Easy How to Draw Winter Tutorials.
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