In this lesson you will learn how to draw a boy step by step. I promise that this lesson will be useful for you.
I have prepared a drawing tutorial for you, in which I will tell and show you how to draw a boy step by step. This lesson will not be too difficult, because it is created especially for children and beginners.
This lesson will give you new and useful skills as you practice drawing a person in it. The boy you are going to depict will be wearing a cap and riding a skateboard.
You can start doing this drawing lesson right now and enjoy the drawing process!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Boy
- Draw the outline of the boy’s head and torso.
You can draw the boy’s head as an oval and add his torso with a curved line below.
- Depict the boy’s cap.
At the top of the boy’s head draw a cap, using an arch, straight and curved lines.
- Add the facial features.
Draw the boy’s eyes as two identical ovals, and his mouth, nose, and eyebrows with curved lines.
- Picture the boy’s ears and hair.
You can draw the ears as two incomplete ovals, and outline the hair using rounded lines.
- Draw the boy’s legs.
Depict the boy’s two legs below his torso, using curved and rounded lines.
- Picture the skateboard.
Under the boy’s feet, draw a skateboard, using two identical circles and curved lines.
- Add the arms and the waistline.
Draw a straight horizontal line on the torso, and add symmetrical arms, using curved lines.
- Erase unnecessary lines.
Use an eraser to remove auxiliary lines that appeared during the drawing process.
- Color the drawing.
Use light lilac, blue, black, shades of brown, and any color you want to color the boy’s skin.
This drawing lesson has come to an end and now you know how to draw a boy step by step. These skills will definitely come in handy if you want to draw a person again. You can leave a comment on this lesson and become our subscribers if you haven’t already subscribed to us on social networks. Don’t forget to download the PDF file below, which I prepared especially for you so that you can use the short version of this lesson and other useful additions at any time.
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