How to Draw Chibi George Washington

Artist: Dawn / June 30, 2013

Step 1.

Make a circle for the head, then draw a small nut like shape for the body. Sketch in the facial guidelines then move to step two.

Step 2.

Draw the shape of his chibi face like so, then move along.

Step 3.

You will now draw out the shapes of chibi George Washington's eyes like so, then add the eyebrows, nose bump and mouth.

Step 4.

Next, draw in the hair which should look bobbed and tightly curled hair. Take your time so the hair comes out neat and portioned.

Step 5.

We will now draw the body and as you can see he is in a straight, but arched pose. Draw in the jacket, arms, legs, feet and all the detailing to the clothing.

Step 6.

All you have to do here is draw the rest of the arm, then draw in his chibi hand.

Step 7.

Lastly, draw the flag that he is holding in his hand. Many people will be holding these same flags at the 4th of July Parade if you take part in that event. Erase your mistakes and you're done.

Step 8.

Here he is, President George Washington chibi style. Color him in and that's it.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 30, 2013
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Description: As you are well aware, the Fourth of July is only four days away. Tomorrow is the 1st which means Thursday folks will be at parades, having picnics, and watching fireworks. Today I will be uploading a few lessons to celebrate the 4th. To start we will learn how to draw a chibi style George Washington, step by step. I made three chibi presidents that I am very fond of, so I hope you enjoy all the lessons that I upload today. With each chibi I've included can object that signifies the person. In George Washington's case I have him holding the United States flag because he was the first president and he fought in one of America's most noted wars. Drawing Washington chibi style was such a pleasure, and if you are from the U.S. and are celebrating Independence Day, this lesson goes a long way.