Learn how to draw a great looking Stick Figures Dancing with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Stick Figures Dancing.
Anyone can draw a stick figure. Often, they are the first human characters a person learns to draw. But you can add some pizzazz to your stick figure art when you learn how to draw stick figures dancing!
What is a stick figure? A stick figure or a stickman is a simplified drawing of a person. It's not meant to look realistic.
Instead, it uses basic lines and shapes, like a circle for the head. The body and limbs are usually bare lines.
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Did you know? Ancient art is often in the form of stick figures.
For example, a stick figure known as a petroglyph can be seen at the Leo Petroglyph in the United States. It is thought to be about a thousand years old.
Stick figures are also used in signage because they are easy to understand, even if you don't speak or read the language.
For example, you can readily recognize the stick figures on men's or women's bathrooms, or the stick figure of a person in a wheelchair.
That one is used to mean that a place is handicap accessible. Where would you place a sign with dancing stickmen?
Drawing Idea: You can use this stick figure drawing guide to enhance your drawing skills.
Use it as a guide, and flesh out your characters with more detailed clothing and features. You can check out any of our people drawing guides for ideas.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Stick Figures Dancing
How to Draw a Great Looking Stick Figures Dancing for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. First, start by drawing a smiley face or happy face emoji. Complete a circle, and shade two ovals for eyes.
Notice that we left a small circle unshaded to add light to the eyes. Then, use a curved line for the smiling mouth.
Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 2
2. Use curved lines to enclose a body shaped like a curved narrow trapezoid.
Connect the head to the body with a short line, and extend a long line for the arm. Enclose a heart-like shape at the end of the line to form the hand.
Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 3
3. Extend a line for the remaining arm, and begin the hand using a spiral-shaped line. Then, extend a long line to form the leg.
At the bottom, enclose a pointed shape to indicate the high-heeled shoe.
Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw the remaining leg and shoe. Then, extend curved lines from the head and connect them at the end with a curved line. This is the dancer’s hair.
Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 5
5. Begin drawing another face - a circle and two shaded oval eyes.
Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 6
6. Use curved lines to create an open, smiling mouth. Extend three short lines from the top of the head, indicating hair.
Draw the irregular round shape of the body, and connect it to the head with a short line. Then, draw the long line of the arm from the shoulder to the other dancer’s hand.
Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 7
7. Use a curved line to enclose the second dancer’s hand grasping the hand of the first. Extend long curved lines to form his arm and leg, and enclose the irregular shapes of the hand and foot.
Add More Details to Your Stick Figures Dancing Picture - Step 8
8. Draw the remaining leg and foot using a long line and a rounded shape. Then, draw a music note overhead.
Draw two curved lines, and connect them with two parallel lines at the top. Shade an oval at the bottom of each line. That’s called a sixteenth note.
Complete the Outline of Your Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw more music notes to get the party started! Draw a quarter note - a line and a shaded oval - and an eighth note, a line and a shaded oval with a small triangle at the top.
Color Your Stick Figures Dancing Drawing
Color your cartoon dancers.
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