Learn how to draw a great looking Baby Yoda in Black and White with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Baby Yoda in Black and White.
When Star Wars: The Mandalorian premiered in 2019, the young alien foundling Grogu stole the hearts of viewers. Now you can use this easy, step-by-step Star Wars drawing guide to learn how to draw Baby Yoda in black and white.
Though detailed, this sketch of Grogu is made from simple shapes. His head and eyes are round, and his ears are large triangles. His body is rectangular, and his robes are made from a series of rectangles.
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Did you know? Grogu's species is a mystery - it has never been named or given a planet of origin. For a while, we didn't know Grogu's name, either. He was called Baby Yoda because the Jedi Master Yoda is one of only two other known members of this long-lived species. You can learn how to draw Yoda here.
If you enjoy this drawing guide, you can also check out this cute Baby Yoda cartoon.
Baby Yoda likes to hang out with the Mandalorians who rescued him. You can learn how to draw Mandalorian armor here.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Baby Yoda in Black and White
How to Draw a Great Looking Baby Yoda in Black and White for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin your Baby Yoda outline by drawing two large ovals. These will be the Child's eyes. Inside each eye, draw a circle, a tiny, narrow rectangle, and a curved triangle. Shade around these shapes.
Enclose a small rounded triangle at the inner corner of each eye, and draw a curved line above it to indicate the eyelid.
Easy Baby Yoda in Black and White Drawing - Step 2
2. Contour around the eyes with curved lines. Don't forget the vertical lines between them.
Easy Baby Yoda in Black and White Drawing - Step 3
3. Use curved lines to draw Baby Yoda's nose and nostrils, outline his smiling mouth, sketch the teeth inside the mouth, and contour the chin below it.
Easy Baby Yoda in Black and White Drawing - Step 4
4. Extend a long, curved line from each side of the chin to trace the cheeks and the inner details of each ear.
Easy Baby Yoda in Black and White Drawing - Step 5
5. Use curved lines to outline the curved triangle shapes of the ears.
Easy Baby Yoda in Black and White Drawing - Step 6
6. Connect the ears with a curved line, completing the outline of Baby Yoda's head. Texture his forehead with curved lines.
Easy Baby Yoda in Black and White Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the scarf-like collar and front of the Child's robe. Use a series of overlapping rounded rectangles, and texture the cloth with short lines.
Add More Details to Your Baby Yoda in Black and White Picture - Step 8
8. Use overlapping curved lines to draw the oval-shaped cuff of the sleeve and the rectangle of fabric making up that side of the garment. Use more overlapping curved lines to draw the three-fingered hand with triangular fingernails. Contour the fingers and palm with short curved lines.
Complete the Outline of Your Baby Yoda in Black and White Drawing - Step 9
9. Use overlapping curved lines to draw the rectangular side, sleeve, and cuff of the robe on the opposite side.
Color Your Baby Yoda in Black and White Drawing
Your Baby Yoda in black and white outline is now complete. You can leave it as a black-and-white sketch or shade his green skin and brown robes.
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