Drawing a toddler is the simplest thing a toddler can do, but it can be tricky when trying to draw him wearing clothes.
Here are some tips to help you do it correctly.1.
Find a place to put your drawings2.
Try to avoid drawing him standing, crouching or sitting down, and draw him in the normal wayIf your toddler is standing or sitting, make sure to draw his body as upright as possible.
If he’s crouching, draw him sitting down.3.
Try not to put too many figures on the drawing.
If you have more than one figure on the drawings, you can make it easy to see them, which will help you draw a proper figure.4.
Don’t just draw his head, either.
Draw his face and nose.
This will help keep your toddler looking cool.5.
Keep the drawing as clean as possible, too.
Always keep your drawing clean and in good condition, but don’t worry too much about it.6.
Don the clothes.
A toddler can draw clothes without a drawing on the paper.
If your toddler wears clothes, draw them.
It’s a good idea to draw clothes on top of the drawing so the toddler knows you are drawing clothes.7.
Try drawing the head.
If the toddler’s head is facing away from you, make it look like it’s upside down.8.
If there are multiple figures on your drawing, try to draw the head in one line.
Draw it in the same line as the other figures.
If it looks like the head is sticking out of a tree, it’s a little tricky to do.9.
Draw the face.
If a figure is not visible, draw it with your drawing tool.
You can do this using either the drawing tool or the pencil or eraser.
Draw on the ground or the ground beside the figure.10.
If necessary, add a hair.
If this is the first time you have drawn a toddler, try drawing a hair or two to help your toddler look cool.
If you need help with drawing toddlers, visit the Learning to Draw toddlers page.