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How to Draw Daisy Duck

Easy, step by step Daisy Duck drawing tutorial
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Daisy Duck is a classic Disney cartoon character, one of the Sensational Six. You can learn how to draw Daisy Duck with the aid of this Disney cartoon drawing guide.

Daisy Duck first appeared in a cartoon short in 1940 (though it could be argued that 1937's Donna Duck was in fact the same character). Daisy is best friends with Minnie Mouse. Her boyfriend is Donald Duck.

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What is Daisy Duck like? She is loyal to Donald, always believing he is good despite his flaws. She is fun-loving and fashion-forward.

She is talkative, well-mannered, and attention-loving. She can also have an explosive temper! In the Quack Pack cartoon series, she worked as a television news reporter.

Daisy Duck has appeared in cartoon shorts, animated movies, television series, video games, comic books, and comic strips. She also makes costumed appearances at Disney parks, resorts, and cruise ships.

If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, and Minnie Mouse.

Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Daisy Duck

Daisy Duck drawing - step 1
How to Draw Daisy Duck Step 01

1. Begin by outlining two large, irregular ovals. They are Daisy Duck's expressive eyes.

Daisy Duck drawing - step 2
How to Draw Daisy Duck Step 02

2. Draw a curved line across the middle of each eye to form the eyelids. Then, enclose an oval at the bottom of each eye to form the pupils. Note that the pupils are positioned on the same side of each eye.

Daisy Duck drawing - step 3
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3. Draw three curved lines extending from each eyelid to form the eyelashes. Complete each eyelash by shading a small teardrop shape at the tip. Then, draw a curved line above each eye to contour the face.

Daisy Duck drawing - step 4
How to Draw Daisy Duck Step 04

4. Draw a long, curved line connecting the bottoms of the eyes and extending in a loose spiral at the side. This forms the top of the duck's beak. Then, use overlapping curved lines to draw the side and tip of the beak.

Daisy Duck drawing - step 5
How to Draw Daisy Duck Step 05

5. Complete the outline of the beak with a long curved line. Then draw another long curved line inside the beak to indicate the smiling mouth. Draw a short curved line at the corner of the mouth.

Daisy Duck drawing - step 6
How to Draw Daisy Duck Step 06

6. Draw the feathers at the side of Daisy's head. Use a series of curved lines that meet at jagged points to form a zigzag pattern.

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7. Begin to draw Daisy's trademark bow. Draw a "C" shaped line to indicate the knot in the center. Use curved lines to trace the heart-shaped side of the bow.

Daisy Duck drawing - step 8
How to Draw Daisy Duck Step 08

8. Complete the bow by drawing a large heart shape.

Daisy Duck drawing - step 9
How to Draw Daisy Duck Step 09

9. Contour the fabric of the bow using long and short curved lines.

Complete Daisy Duck drawing
How to Draw Daisy Duck Step 10

Color your cartoon of Daisy Duck. In our illustration, we've shaded her bow light pink - pink and purple are her signature colors. She often wears a yellow bow, bows with patterns, or other colors.

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