How To Draw a Tom Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial 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 sketching Tom’s face. Use curved lines to draw the forehead, cheeks and chin. Use short, overlapping curves that meet at jagged points to indicate tufts of hair on one side of the face.
View Tom’s mouth details. Use the “U” shaped lines to draw the lower jaw and inner mouth. Surround a peanut shape and an open “U” shape above this. Finally, outline the nose in the shape of a peanut.
Draw Tom’s ears. Use curved lines to outline the triangles of the ears. Then use a long, curved line to draw the inside of the proximal ear. View inner ear detail by short and curved lines that meet at points. Use curved lines that meet at points to draw tufts of hair that protrude between the ears.
Use long and curved lines to outline Tom’s torso. Notice how the lines converge and overlap between the chest and abdomen.
Draw Tom’s arm, erase as needed. Use two lines for the upper arm and two lines for the lower body. Notice how they overlap at the bent elbow. Use curved lines to draw the back and palm, and “U” shaped lines for the fingers. Draw a zigzag line at the wrist.
Use long and curved lines to draw the other arm. Notice how the short lines that meet at a jagged point are used to create the texture of the fur. Use the “U” shaped lines to enclose the fingers and thumb, and draw a zigzag line along the wrist.
Draw Tom’s legs. Use a series of short lines that meet at jagged points to draw the legs, bent at the knees. Then use curved lines to outline the foot and “U” shaped lines to enclose the toes. Use a curved line to wrap the pad on the bottom of the raised foot.
Use a long, curved line to outline the point on Tom’s belly. Use a pair of curves that meet at a point to draw the tail. Draw a zigzag line near the tip.
View Tom’s face details. Use curved lines to draw the tongue in the mouth and the whiskers extending from each side of the nose. Consists of three consecutive partially smaller ovals to form the eye, shading the smallest to indicate the pupil. Draw curved lines between the eyes and enclose a curved shape above each eye to represent the eyebrows.