How to Draw Change

Artist: Dawn / January 28, 2013

Step 1.

First you will draw a dime. Make a nice neat circle for the shape of the dime, then make the inner circle which is thinner then the outside. The face on a dime is Franklin D. Roosevelt so what you want to do is draw the odd shape for the head and fac   

Step 2.

Now we will draw a penny. Do the same thing that you did when you made the dime. Make the same odd shape for the head and face, then begin sketching out Abraham Lincoln's profile as well as the hair on his face and chin. Draw the neck, then finish dr   

Step 3.

Here is the nickle. You will do everything the same way when drawing a nickle, the only thing you do different is the head and face. Thomas Jefferson is on the nickle, so that is who you will be drawing. Start with the outlined shape for the head, th   

Step 4.

Here is a summery of the different coins that makes up for all the change in your pocket.

Step 5.

Now we will tackle the quarter which is George Washington. Make an egg shape for the head then add the facial guideline.

Step 6.

Begin sketching out Washington's profile which starts with the forehead, nose, mouth, chin and then his jawline. Draw the neck, then you're done here.

Step 7.

Finish drawing George Washington by sketching out his wavy locks. Make a small ponytail, then draw the eye, brow, nostril, mouth, and then add the facial detailing. Draw his neck shape then cap off the neck.

Step 8.

Make a circle around your quarter, then move to step seven.

Step 9.

Make the inner circle for the quarter like so, then you are all done.

Step 10.

If you made mistakes you can begin erasing them now.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 28, 2013
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Description: This is just a simple tutorial that will show you all "how to draw change". Change is part of money, but to many people having change can be incredibly annoying. This is why people have piggie banks, change purses, and even bowls make a great place to drop off a handful of change. When you have a pocket full of change you will usually have a combination of coins like quarters, pennies, dimes and nickles. Not only will you be drawing change, you will also get a simple lesson on drawing George Washington from the side. So go ahead and enjoy yourself, and I will be back later perhaps with more drawing fun.