How to Draw a Toy

Artist: Dawn / October 31, 2010

Step 1.

Drawing a toy is going to be a lot easier than you think. The first thing you need to do is start with a head shapes, and then draw out the shape of the neck. Attach the neck to the egg shaped body like so, and then draw out the legs, and arched bott   

Step 2.

Draw the complete outline of the toy until it looks like a horse. When this is done, you can move to the next step to add some definition and detail to the structure and make up of this rocking horses design.

Step 3.

It's now time to draw in the saddle, briddle, and then the ears, mane, and eye. Color in the eye some, and then draw out the small hairy tail like so. When that's done, you can draw the other two legs, and then add the lining for the hooves.

Step 4.

Add some defintion to the head, and then add the colored nostril hole. When that's all done you can add some detailing to the saddle, around the legs, and then draw out the rockers in full detail like you see here. Erase all the lines and shapes that   

Step 5.

Here is how your rocking horse looks when you are all done. Color it in, and now you are ready to give this drawing away for a nice CHristmas gift.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 31, 2010
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Description: Toys are objects that is going to be delivered to a lot of boys and girls around the globe. To prepare for this upcoming holiday that will be here in a couple of months, I thought it would be fun to learn "how to draw a toy", step by step. One of the most common toys is a child's wooden rocking horse. These horses are hand made from skilled carpenters or toy makers. I had one as a child, but it wasn't nearly as nice as the one I drew in the lesson. Toys are objects that come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and even designs. Some other popular toys are dolls, cars, play-ware, bikes, figurines, plastic doohickeys, and so much other stuff that can be found in the toy section. Some people even consider puzzles and board games as toys because you are physically playing with objects to stay entertained. I mean, isn't that the meaning for a toy anyways? If you want to follow this tutorial verbatim, you can do so, or you can choose to draw one of your favorite toys and submit the sketch in the artwork section. If you look in the pop culture area, you will find some pretty awesome toys I drew a while ago like a doll, a Binnacle, and some other cool and fun stuff. If you learn "how to draw a toy", you will also be learning how to have fun as well. Tomorrow is Halloween which means a lot of you won't be here until maybe after you are all done trick or treating, and visiting the relatives. Adios people, and enjoy the rest of your drawing day.