The snowman drawing is simple but very cute. Once you learn how to draw a snowman (and it doesn't take long), you can start improving your technique by drawing more voluminous, brighter or just original shapes. This element is perfect for postcards, crafts or winter painting on windows.
Step 1. Start by sketching by drawing a large ball at the bottom edge of the paper
Step 2. Draw a medium-sized ball at the top of the large ball so that the top overlaps the bottom a little
Step 3. Draw another ball on top of the middle one, which should be slightly smaller than the previous two
You can draw more than three balls, just keep in mind that the topmost one should be slightly smaller in size than the previous one.
Step 4. Draw a carrot nose; the smile and eyes of the snowman are drawn from small circles, just like the buttons on his “clothes”
Step 5. Draw a scarf under the smallest top ball
On the snowman's head, draw a hat that looks like a top hat.
Step 6. Draw 2 arms in the form of twigs
At the very end, draw drifts under the largest ball and add a snowy surface on which the snowman stands.
Step 7. Complete the main outline and details, and erase the extra lines of the sketch
Step 8. Color in your drawing to bring the snowman to life
- Try glueing decorative elements to the drawing to make it more voluminous.
- You can look for something with a round bottom, like a cup, and then just trace around that object to draw even circles that make up the snowman's body. Just keep in mind that you need to find cups of different sizes, because each subsequent ball of snow for a real snowman is smaller than the one under him.
- Don't draw a shapeless hat.