Sketch out a few details like the ears, the crown of the head and the neck.
Draw the feet. Outline the sides of the feet using curved lines, and use overlapping “U” shaped lines to form the toes.
Erase the sketch lines and strengthen the contour with a pencil.
Color your baby. You may want to add some pink tints on the baby’s cheeks for added bloom.
For each eye, draw a large oval. Add detail by drawing a short, curved line below each eye and a longer, thicker curved line above. Then, draw an elongated, narrow teardrop shape above each eye to form the eyebrows.
Draw the legs using a series of curved lines. The top of each leg may consist of one line; the bottom should consist of at least two lines, joining at an angle to indicate the bend of the knee.
Of course you can, it’s your drawing. Reference images may help you in deciding the distinctive features you want your drawing to have, like maybe a bow or dress.
Adorable babies are a staple among animated cartoons. During the 1990s, the babies of the animated series Rugrats dominated Nickelodeon’s programming. Baby versions of many popular film, television, and video game characters – such as baby Mario and baby Luigi – have made appearances. And in recent years, feature films such as Storks (2016) and The Boss Baby (2017) have placed infantile characters in the spotlight.
For Caucasian skin tone, use a base of light peach and shade with pinks and light browns. For a darker skin tone, shade with darker browns and oranges.
Add the ears and the jaw. Draw an elongated oval that overlaps a bit on the top side of the square This will be the baby’s head
Draw the hand using a series of curved lines. You may use simple lines to outline the hand itself, and “U” shaped lines to form the fingers.
Just follow the steps above, and you can add pink clothes and bows if you prefer.
It’s not necessarily easy, but it can be done. You just have to put some time and effort into. The more you practice, the better your drawings will be.
Outline the arm using a series of curved lines. Note how the lines come together at an angle to form the bend of the elbow.
Draw a square. This will be the baby’s torso. Make sure that you are using a pencil for the draft sketch so you can erase it afterwards to make it neat.
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Erase the pencil sketch and add details. You can add details like the hair, the bib or you can some decorations to the stroller.
Add detail by drawing a curved line within each ear. Use several curved lines, meeting at jagged points, to add detail to the hair.
Add ears and hands. to add the hands, place two circles at the end of the wrist. It doesn’t need to be perfect circles just as long as you can recognize it as hands. Draw a long horizontal rectangle across the head.
At the end of each side, draw a half circle for the ears.
Beneath the head, enclose a curved cylindrical shape using three curved lines that meet at rounded points. This will form the baby’s body.
Add in the color! Follow the illustration for reference or color as you please.
Would you like to draw your very own adorable infant? Doing so is easy with the aid of this simple, step-by-step drawing tutorial. All you will need is a piece of paper and a pencil. New lines in each step are highlighted in blue. You may also want to have an eraser handy to correct mistakes and remove guide lines.
If you’ve found yourself in a pinch while trying to draw a baby, fret not! Babies are a tricky subject when it comes to drawing. Follow this tutorial and learn how to draw a baby!
Italiano: Disegnare un Bambino, Español: dibujar un bebé, Português: Desenhar um Bebê, Deutsch: Ein Baby malen, Français: dessiner un bébé, Русский: нарисовать ребенка, 中文: 画婴儿, Bahasa Indonesia: Menggambar Seorang Bayi
Anime style is very unique because of the eyes, mouth, and hair. You should draw a baby using these steps, but replace the eyes, mouth, and hair anime style.
Draw a a vertical line across the baby’s face and two little circles. These little circles will be the ears.
Add more lines. Draw a big letter ‘X’ just below the base of the obtuse angle. The tips of the ‘X’ should touch the angle.
Draw a boat-shaped half-circle. This will be your stroller’s body. Make sure that you are using a pencil for the draft sketch so you can erase it afterwards to make it neat.
Begin by drawing a large circle. This circle forms the base for the head.
On the left lower part of the body, sketch out the legs. Draw two sets of ovals (a bit bigger than the ones for the hands) overlapping each other.
Erase the pencil sketch and add details. You can add details like the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, hair and the lines around the body to show off the baby’s fats.
Add an obtuse angle to one side of the boat. This will be the stroller’s shade.
Add 2 ovals. Add another oval at each set of limb. This will be your baby’s arm (elbow to wrist). Make it round since baby’s arms and legs are very chubby and round.
Using a pen, draw on top of your sketch. Put in mind the overlapping lines and parts that should be hidden. The line art might not look perfect and crisp but it should look neat when the pencil is erased.
Complete the shade and add the stroller handle. To complete the shade, connect the tips of the shade frames. on the opposite side of the stroller, add a slanted line for the handle. You now have the complete skeleton of the stroller.
It’s now time to add the baby.
Sketch an oval shape in the middle of the page for the head.
Draw a small oval on each side of the head to form the ears. On top of the head, draw a tuft of hair using a curved shape, allowing the lines to meet in sharp points.
Draw two small ovals on both sides of the head. These will be the ears.
Use paints, crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color your finished drawing. Generally, girl babies are shown wearing pink and boy babies are clothed in blue. Did you know, however, that it hasn’t always been so? Until the late 1800s, male and female infants around the world had been clothed in similar gowns, often white in color so that they could be bleached of inevitable spills.
Draw a short, curved line between the baby’s thumbs to outline the bottom of the diaper, and add detail to the diaper by drawing curved lines of varying lengths.
Repeat this process on the opposite side, forming a mirror image.
Draw a curved line across the stomach, and curved lines upwards from the elbows.
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Add in the color of your choice, or look at the illustration for reference.
Outline the shape of the cartoon baby and add facial features like small eyes, a cute smiling mouth and a small bundle of hair.
When pastel baby clothes became popular in the early 1900s, pink was presented as a “strong” color for boys, and blue as a “delicate” color for girls. Some sources promoted using pink for blondes and blue for brunettes, or pink for brown eyed babies and blue for blue eyed babies. During the 1940s, the manufacturing industry settled on blue for boys and pink for girls. Therefore, be creative in choosing the colors for your drawing!
Enclose a large oval within each eye using a curved line. Then, add sparkle to the eyes by drawing two smaller ovals in each. Shade between the large and smaller ovals. Add rosy cheeks by drawing a flattened oval beneath each eye. Draw a dot to indicate the nose, and use two curved lines to draw the smiling mouth. Finally, draw a long, curved line across the stomach to add depth to the drawing.
If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Cartoon Girl, Boy, and Angel.
Add arms. Add two long ovals at each side of the square, it should touch the bigger oval as well. This would be the baby’s shoulder and arms. (Optional) Draw a vertical line starting from the top of the big oval down to the lower tip of the oval.
Roughly about 15-30 minutes, depending on your level of experience.
You should draw them standing or sitting up on their own. The limbs should be chubby. The eyes should be big. Take note that clothing can say a lot about the character’s age. It should be easy to identify their sex.
For boys, the best way to thing to put on their shirts would be cars, trucks, and superheros. For girls, you can put them in a simple floral print dress or in a princess, fairy, or flower shirt. Characters from children’s shows like Elmo from Sesame Street or Barney are good choices for both sexes.
Sketch a big circle in the middle of the page. This will be the head.
Outline the shape of the face. Add facial features like big eyes with ruffled eyebrows, a cute little nose and a small mouth.
Draw two sets of small ovals overlapping each other on each side of the body, under the head. These will be the little hands.
Draw face details. For the eyes, draw 2 half circles right above the upper side of the rectangle. Just below the eyes (in the middle of the rectangle), draw a short squiggly line for the nose. For the mouth, add a semi-heart shaped upside down triangle at the bottom end side of the rectangle.
Draw a Figure-8 on the stroller. This will be the baby’s head and body.
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Add wheels and shade frames. at the bottom end of the ‘X’, add two circles for the wheels. Remember the obtuse angle earlier? Draw another angle to overlap the obtuse angle. This time, draw an acute angle. This will be the frame for the shade.