How to Draw a Cartoon Robot
Draw a circle for the head and then add the facial gudielines. You will then draw the antenna lines and after that draw the guidelines for the robots body, arms, and legs.
Thicken the shape of the antennas and then draw out the eyes as well as shade them in a bit. When that is done you will draw out the cartoon robots mouth and then the torso or canister shaped body that would normally be the shoulders.
Sketch out the shape of the arms and then the hands. When that is done you will draw the striped lines on the arms as you see here to male them look like metal tubing of some kind.
You will finish drawing out the canister shape of the cartoon robots body and if you like you can then draw a accessible door with a little knob.
For your last drawing step you will draw out the legs and then add the stripes on those as well. Draw the shape of the robot feet and start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.
July 28, 2009
Description: Sci-fi is such an awesome thing to get into because there is different worlds that are explored and all kinds of aliens and androids that are created and destroyed. It is just so much fun watching and getting into the worlds of the unknown like Star Wars or Star Trek. Anyways, I wanted to do a another tutorial request that a member made some time back and what I will be showing you now is “how to draw a cartoon robot step by step”. Cartoon robots are fun to create because you can make them look like trash cans, headlights, cars, trucks, or just a regular typical looking unit that has long bendable arms and a cylinder like shape. Something like Bender from Futurama. I really do like the way that my robot came out looking because he really does look like something from a series or movie. The eyes are awesome as well because they have three different colors in them to match the mouth. The arms, hands, and feet are cool as well. I think you guys will have a blast with this tutorial because you will learn "how to draw a cartoon robot" in a very simple format. I will depart now because there is much more to do and I have to go live at 6pm. Meet me in the live draw room later, but in the mean time check out this tutorial. See ya folks!