In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Cartoon Moose in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw a Cartoon Moose - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Step 1: We will begin with the head of the moose. Let's make a peanut-shaped figure in the middle of the page. In the middle of the peanut, add two dots evenly spaced for the eyes. Off to the left end, add a small dot for the nose and another small curved line underneath for the mouth.
Step 2: At the base of the peanut, add a small tuft of hair for the mane. Move to the top of the head and create two horns, one on each side of the head. Do this by drawing a curved line in the upward direction and as you connect it back down to the head, curve it in and out for the antelers. Repeat this step off to the right. Next, underneath the right horn, add an almond-shaped figure for the ear. Add a horizontal line through the center.
Step 3: Now for the body. From the right end of the ear, add a horizontal line off to the right to create the back. Underneath the chin, add another curved line in the vertical direction. Leave a small space and then add an additional curved line, horizontal this time. It should be parallel to the line of the back.
Step 4: Now, from the chest of the moose, add two parallel vertical lines that converge at the bottom by drawing in a hoove. Move over to the right a bit and repeat this step. These two parallel vertical lines should meet at the bottom as well with another hoove.
Step 5: Move off to the right to the back of the moose and repeat the steps for the back leg once again. Behind the first back leg, add in a diagonal line that connects to another parallel line in the right-most position with the final hoove.
Step 6: Lastly, move up to the right end of the moose and add a small tuft of hair off the back to create the tail.
Step 7: Amazing job!