How to Draw Chibi Hello Kitty

Artist: Dawn / November 13, 2010

Step 1.

Begin by making a large circle for the head, and a smaller shape for her body. You will then need to draw in the facial guidelines which will aid you into drawing her face symmetrically.

Step 2.

Thicken the shape of the Kitty's head, and then draw out the ears like so. Add some simple detailed lining and then move to step three.

Step 3.

Once the oval eye shapes are drawn out and the body shape has been sketched, you will need to color in the eyes, and begin adding the last touches to finish your character. Draw in the bow, draw the nose, add the whiskers, and then draw out the arms,   

Step 4.

OMG look how cute she came out looking. Now all you have to do is have fun coloring her in. I hope you had a blast drawing a chibi version of Hello Kitty. Thanks for joining me as I showed you all how to conquer such a feat.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 13, 2010
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Description: I really love creating new chibi figures especially those that look like some of our favorite cartoon characters, and other pop culture icons. Yesterday I spent a lot of time thinking about what popular figure I could make a chibi out of. After asking my sister what she thought of my idea, I went ahead and made a tutorial on "how to draw chibi Hello Kitty", step by step. Hello Kitty is one of the first plush dolls I have ever owned and since then she has been a lasting friend in my life. To this day, I have a large plushy of Hello Kitty and I bought this particular toy two years ago. I bought it from Spencer’s Gift store, and sometimes I will catch my little sister playing with her as she uses Hello Kitty as a damsel in distress character. This is another favorite chibi character of mine that I had a lot of fun drawing, and because I know that she is popular with boys, girls, and even adults, you will have fun too when it comes to learning "how to draw chibi Hello Kitty". When you are done tackling this lesson, let me know what you thought of it. It just keeps me informed on how people enjoy the chibi tutorials on the site. If you have an idea for a chibi character, let me know what it is and I will submit a lesson on your suggested figure. It's time for me to hit the road so I can submit more stuff for you guys to enjoy, and have fun with. Peace people, and have fun!