How To Draw A Cartoon Mouse Cute with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a circle.
To the left of the circle, draw a curved, downward sloping line.
Draw a similar line on the right side.
Erase the guides created by the original circle, leaving open spots on the top and bottom.
Draw two ears using two curved lines. To create depth, one ear will be much larger and rounder than the other.
Detail the inside of the ear using four curves – one in the distal ear and three in the proximal ear.
Give your mouse some fur. Use the four lines to draw two curved triangles between the ears.
Erase the principles from within the hair.
Use a long, curved line to form the neck and torso of the rat.
Start shaping the upper leg of the mouse using two curved lines inside the body shape, bringing them to a point on the bottom.
Draw feet. Use a curved line to form each foot. The feet will be shaped like a semi-oval.
Draw the arms using two curved lines. The arms hang down from the middle of the body.
Erase the guide from inside the left arm.
Add details to your mouse’s toes. On each hand and foot, use two short, curved lines to separate the hand into three fingers and the foot into three toes.
Draw the tail using two long and curved lines. Each line will be shaped like a loose letter “S” and the lines will meet at a point behind the mouse’s head.
Draw the nose at the tip of the muzzle. The nose should be an irregular round shape, slightly pointed to the right and bottom.
Draw the eyes by placing a large circle in the center of the head.
Give your mouse whiskers. First, draw three dots below the nose. Then, use two long, curved lines to extend the beard away from the face, near the dots. Use two shorter curved lines to place the beard on the far side of the face.
Draw the pupil of the eye. Start with a slightly smaller circle within the large eye circle. Draw two small ovals on opposite sides of the pupil, one larger than the other. Shade the pupil.
Complete your mouse with color. A suggested color scheme involves coloring the mouse in brown or gray, and coloring the inside of the ear with pink.