How to draw Rudolph 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
In the cartoon drawing style, basic geometric shapes are often used to build the character’s outline. First we will try to draw three normal circles with different sizes we will sketch the circuit of our deer.
For now we will only use lines. Connect three circles using short, straight lines. Then draw the contours of the legs. Notice that the hind legs are crossed.
You remember we didn’t draw an ordinary deer, right? A distinctive feature of Rudolph Deer is its glowing red nose. In this step, we sketch the approximate contours of this nose.
With the help of smooth rounded shapes we will draw a mouth. First, draw the outline of the lower jaw. Second, inside this circuit, draw a line that looks like the Nike Company logo.
So in this step we will sketch the outline of the eyes and the outline of the horn. The eye is very similar to a horizontal teardrop. The horns look like two small mounds of earth. The shape of the eye is very similar to the shape of the eye in the lesson on how to draw a mouse.
Describe the circuitry of the ear. Our deer’s ears are located just above the back of the head.
We’re almost done with Rudolph’s body. By concatenating smooth lines, we connect the head and the body. The top line extends right from the back of the Deer’s head to its tail. The bottom line is broken and divided into a line that forms the neck and a line that forms the stomach. The belly of this amazing animal should be slightly retracted. The neck must also look elegant.
Figurative description of the forelegs. They decrease in a downward direction. At the bottom of each leg we see another expansion.
So in this step we will add some circles with a smooth corner on one side. These are the hooves of our deer.
Now describe the following pairs of legs. Here, the extension of the trunk and hooves is even more noticeable. The foot closest to us overlaps the foot farthest from us.
So we continue the lesson on how to draw Rudolph. Draw the tail for the finished part of the body using a toothed outline. Then draw a pair of hooves on the hind legs.
We’re almost done with the lesson on how to draw Rudolph. Now we need to erase all the extra lines on our deer’s body, head and horns. Don’t forget to erase the extra lines on the hind limbs so that parts of the deer’s body don’t look transparent.
The traditional coloration of the Rudolph deer is brown with small patches of gray. Pay attention to the white glare inside the eyes. Of course, a deer’s nose should be painted bright red.