How to Draw Cupid for Kids

Artist: Dawn / November 25, 2011

Step 1.

Draw two circles. You should know by now that these shapes are for the head and body. Add the face guide.

Step 2.

Draw the shape of Cupid's head structure like so, and be sure to include that little point for the hair. Draw the ears and move along people!

Step 3.

Draw the hair line on the forehead and then color in some round eyes. Make or add a smile and move along once again.

Step 4.

You will now draw out the shape of the body and then draw in Cupid's arms and small baby like hands. Make some lines for the fingers, and then draw a swirl for the elbow. Make the diaper line around the waist, draw a belly button, and then draw the a   

Step 5.

The next step is to draw out the legs, knee marks, and then the toes or feet.

Step 6.

Almost done guys. Draw the bow and arrow and then you can move along to step seven.

Step 7.

For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw the wings very simply, and then clean up the drawing by erasing the mistakes and guides.

Step 8.

The line art should look awesome like you see here. Color in your new cupid and be on your way to drawing something new.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 25, 2011
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Description: This is probably one of the cuter 'for kids' lessons that I have submitted lately. I thought it would be a good idea and fill a request to make a tutorial on "how to draw cupid for kids", step by step. This cupid concept is perfect to tackle even if it's not Valentine’s Day. There is so many ideas that one can choose from when using a cupid in a drawing concept. Just the fact that this cupid is in front view makes it even more adorable because you are getting to show off the wings, bow and arrow, and most importantly, his diaper. The simple concept is going to make you want to draw cupid for kids at least twice. You can use the same face, body, and pose to create both a female and male version. If you decide that you want to turn this male into a female cupid, all you have to do is give this figure a dress and longer hair. Use this cupid wisely because once you take the time out of your day to draw it out, you might as well be doing it for a good reason. I got to get out of here for now because I still have another two tutorials coming your way. Peace out people!