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How to Draw Toys

Artist: Dawn / November 27, 2010
How to Draw Toys

Step 1.

Start by making a swirl like line for the first part of the duck, two circles for the stuffed animal and ball, and then one slanted straight line for the bat. The bats guideline should be connected to the ball like so.

Step 2.

Draw out the shape of the ducks body, and then draw out the stuffed animal's head shape, as well as the shape of the bat and ball. Add the stripes to the ball and the nose and mouth for the stuffed animal.

Step 3.

Almost done already! What you will do here is draw the duck's bill and then color in an eye. When that is done you can sketch out the wing, color out the two eyes on the stuffed animal, and draw out the plushie's body too like so. Add some detailing    

Step 4.

For the last drawing step, all you have to do is draw in the wooden texture to the bat, and then draw out the tail for the stuffed animal. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up the toys you just drew.

Step 5.

Here is what the drawing looks like when you are all done. Now you can color it in to your liking and send the image to a friend, relative, or even St. Nick himself. Great work guys!

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 27, 2010
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Description: Yes it’s true, Christmas is just around the corner which means it’s almost time to make your wish lists and write down everything you want from Santa. I thought I would do a lesson that will teach you guys "how to draw toys", step by step. At first I didn’t know what type of toys to include in this tutorial but after asking my seven year old sister, I got a good idea on what to create. In the lesson you will draw four different types of kids toys; a rubber duckie, which is used to play with in the bathtub, a stuffed animal, which can be played with anywhere, a bouncing ball, perfect for playing with outside, and a bat, a toy that can be taken to any playground. These are the four objects that my sister plays with when she is horsing around with my brother. Of course her favorite is the stuffed animal and I think it’s because she can be more imaginative with that toy more than any other. Now if you don’t want a lesson on all four toys, you can go ahead and just draw a toy of your choice that you see here. I think you will all have fun with this tutorial because it is one of those things that is fun to do around the holidays. I will be back later with some other cool stuff to draw so stay tuned in. In the mean time while you wait, have fun learning "how to draw toys", and don’t forget to write that letter to Santa, (A.K.A. mom and dad). Peace out peeps, and have an awesome drawing day!