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How to Draw a Mouse Face

Artist: Dawn / August 3, 2012
How to Draw a Mouse Face

Step 1.


First make a head shape then sketch in the facial guideline.

Step 2.


Starting from the top, sketch out the beginning form of the mouse's face structure. The shape should drop like a mass which is the bulging cheeks on the sides. Remember to make the lining scratchy for the hair detailing.

Step 3.


Draw out and form the ears, then draw the mouse's snout like so. The ears should be nice and round.

Step 4.


Draw out and color in the beady eyes like so, sketch the lining down the snout for the nose, then draw in the actual nose tip followed by the whiskers. Sketch out the shoulders as well, then begin erasing your mistakes.

Step 5.


Here is your mouse face when you are all done. Now you can color it in to your liking. See how easy that was.

Comments (2)
Mousey · 1 year ago
Can i use this for a logo for a page on fb? It's be colored differently, and modified but same base and the dragoart stamp taken off, but is it free to use?
Dawn · 1 year ago
Can you message me about it at dragoart@yahoo.com?
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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 3, 2012
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Tags: how to draw rodents, how to draw mice
Description: Who here wants to learn how to draw the cutest mouse face ever? I know, I know, some people think that mice are gross, and believe me I am one of those people. But sometimes mice can look adorable and this lesson will prove that even a field mouse can look cute. Here is "how to draw a mouse face", step by step. I wanted to go with a realistic style face because I have drawn so many cartoon like styles in the past on these sometimes obnoxious rodents. I really like how the drawing came out because it captures everything about a mouse that people can recognize. The beady eyes, the sniveling snout, and the gray toned body. When tackling this lesson you should draw it using a sketching approach if yo want the realistic style look. If not, you can draw it the way you like so that the mouse face comes out to your specifications. The coloring should be fun because you can choose to color in the mouse to resemble a pet (white with red eyes), or a mouse from the wild (dark gray with black eyes). No matter what you choose it will be great. Have fun folks and be sure to stick around because I have two more tutorials that will definitely be loved. Peace folks!