In this drawing lesson you can learn how to draw a king. Follow these step-by-step instructions and enjoy the drawing process!
Now I will show you how to draw a king. This character is often seen in cartoons, movies, and books. King is one of the titles of a monarch. This title is usually passed on by inheritance.
The king’s appearance is easily recognizable. There is always a golden crown decorated with precious stones on the king’s head. The king wears a long cloak. You may also pay attention to the fact that almost all of the monarchs had a beard and mustache. You can see all these features in the picture.
This is a very simple lesson, and you will easily draw the king. Here the king is represented in a cartoon style, and such a drawing contains a minimum of elements. You can see that the head is bigger than the torso. The long clothes cover the king’s legs, and the arms are short. I hope you enjoy this tutorial and that you learn some useful skills. Now it’s time for you to prepare all the necessary materials and you can begin the creative process.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a King
- Draw the head and torso.
You should draw a circle and add a torso at the bottom with curved and straight lines.
- Depict the crown.
At the top of the head draw horizontal and oblique lines, and add a zigzag on top.
- Add facial features.
Inside the circle add eyes, eyebrows, and nose, by using curved lines and small ovals.
- Draw the ears and decorations on the crown.
The ears are shaped like incomplete ovals. Draw three small same ovals on the crown.
- Outline the mustache and beard.
Using curved lines, draw a lush mustache and add a big beard on the king’s head.
- Depict the hands.
Below the beard on both sides of the torso draw symmetrical arms hanging down.
- Add the decorative elements.
Draw four straight vertical lines on the king’s torso and add two short lines on his sleeves.
- Erase unnecessary lines.
Use an eraser to remove auxiliary lines that appeared during the drawing process.
- Color the drawing.
Use yellow, brown, black, shades of purple, and any color to paint the king’s skin.
This was a fascinating lesson in which you learned how to draw a king. I hope that you had a pleasant time and that you like the result of the work. I would be glad if you could leave a short feedback. Especially for your convenience, I have prepared a PDF file with a short version of the tutorial. Download the file so that you can return to this lesson at any time.