How to draw a king?

Nadezhda Manko
Nadezhda Manko
March 12, 2013
How to draw a king?

The characters of many cartoons are the king and queen. You will agree that practically no one cartoon can do without a king, therefore it would be nice to learn how to draw him. Let's figure out how to draw a king in stages.

Quite often, kings are depicted as small, short in stature, plump. Because of the mantle worn on top, only the legs or shoes are often visible, as well as the hands, which makes drawing a lot easier.

Step-by-step instruction

To begin with, we will draw a circle, it will be an oval of the face, we will depict round eyes, a nose with potatoes, puffy cheeks and a large beard, among which a small mouth peeks (the lower lip will be more visible, the upper mustache will be visible). We depict long thick hair of medium length on the head. We put on the top of the crown (where is the king without her).

Instead of body, arms and legs, we will have a large mantle that hides all this. We depict her in the form of a volumetric dress or raincoat. Ahead we draw peeping hands that are crossed with each other. From below we draw the tips of shoes peeking out from under the hem.

How to draw a king, we learned, now let's think about how to decorate it. Take pencils, paints or other and add colors to your drawing. Decorate the crown with yellow, make a bright (for example, red) mantle, do not forget about pink cheeks, dark hair, boots and so on. We finish the image with a bright background.

See below for details on how to draw a king.