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You Can Draw Cute Animals - Step by Step

teacher avatar Enrique Plazola, Learn to Draw the Easy Way

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7 Lessons (47m)
    • 1. How to Draw Cute Animals

    • 2. Art Supplies for Cuteness

    • 3. Proportions of Cute

    • 4. Head Types

    • 5. Pillow Bodies

    • 6. Demonstration of Process

    • 7. Final Thoughts

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If you are a beginner, this is the spot to be! I will teach you how to draw cute animals. I'll go over the entire cute drawing process and break it down for you! :D 

Here is whats in the program:

- Supplies for Cuteness

- Proportions of Cute

- Head Shapes and Types

- Pillow Bodies

- Demonstration of Process

- Final Thoughts

So let's get started!

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Enrique Plazola

Learn to Draw the Easy Way


I help beginner artists learn to draw as fast as they can. So you can draw that family portrait, or draw any character from your mind. 

I've worked as a fine artist, professional illustrator for book covers, worked at a movie studio as a stereo artist, as a caricature artist at theme parks, and more. I've been in literally hundreds of art shows. 

I've been teaching art for 6 years and I love it. I started to draw at 19. I felt it was a late age. It took me 2 years of training in drawing to start working and making a living from art. I want to teach YOU!




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1. How to Draw Cute Animals: Hi. How's it going today? I'm gonna go over how to draw cute animals. So this is for beginners and it step by step. What am I gonna go through in this lesson? I'm gonna go over tools. So the tools I recommend that you use, you don't have to use them. But these are the ones I recommend and also give you an idea on how much they cost. Then after that, we're gonna go over what makes something cute. What are the proportions to acuteness after that? We're gonna go over heads. I'm gonna give you a few different head types that I use all the time and that you can use from now on. Then I'm gonna go over bodies and kind of how do you construct a cute body and what makes a cute body? Exactly. Uh, and after that, I'm gonna demonstrate to two times I'm gonna demonstrate, uh, drawing a lion and a bear, and I'm gonna show you every step of the way what I'm doing. So all the stuff I talked about, we're gonna incorporate that in there, and that's pretty much it. I really hope you're ready to draw something cute because I am. So let's get started. 2. Art Supplies for Cuteness: Hey, guys, what's up? How's it going now? We're gonna go over thes supplies really quickly. I'm gonna go over. So what I tend to use that tend to use a marker of any kind. But, um, but if you want it like a choice, I like using this. This is a Faber Castell P I. T T artist pen and is the same, except it's a larger brush. Normally, these coming sets on their from Faber Castell any type of marker will do. It can be a Sharpie marker, but you have to be very careful a Sharpie because sharpies have a very toxic smell to them . So it's like since this type of Sharpie right here very, very bad smell. And if you do have to use this, open up a window, do it in a ventilated area where you can breathe eso you don't inhale. It causes does. This is bad. Be over time. So you shouldn't do that. These don't have that smell at all. They're just more expensive. So a sharpie would be somewhere in the range of what, 50 cents a dollar US dollars for, like, four or five of them. Uh and then something like this in a set would be, like $10 or seven. I think for just this this one alone on these air pens, it has, like a thin brush. I'm gonna be using this mostly. And you can also just use your pencil if you want. There's no there's no law that says you have to do that. Of course, you don't have to do it, but I I recommend, like a thin like a thin marker, Maybe about so it doesn't have to be that point, and that's for kind of that. Otherwise, you can just use a pen, a pencil. We're going to be able to structure through this little Siri's. Don't don't think you need these tools to get started. You could just start with whatever you have around the house. Regular pencil will be find. A lot of this is structure based. Uh, and then I'm gonna go over really quick what I use for paper. Paper I used anywhere from this is printing paper and I you for practice. I think printing paper is perfect. It is very inexpensive. It comes in gigantic stacks. So, for example, if you have a big stack of paper for $20 that'll last you for 78 months. Or you can actually by larger paper, which is tabloid size. And that's 11 by 17. You can also buy that. If you want to make, like, a very formal art piece that you want to hang up. I recommend Bristol board. Bristol Board is a thicker paper on. That's for stuff you wanna hang because it won't yell over time. This this paper might yellow on my get really soggy. So if I put like a marker on marker mark on this paper and might soak into the paper and I'll get really foggy and weird over time and I won't really do that Bristol, I don't think, uh, so let's move on. Let's talk about colored pencils. Uh, I'm going to use any kind of colored pencil. So for colored pencils, it doesn't matter what kind you use I use anywhere from is my box. I just gotta keep a variety of scholastic. I have Cray, Ola, uh, and there's Rose Arts and these air different brands, and they're all about a decent amount of quality. You don't need prisma color. Prisma color is more for if you want to blend colors together. But for this I'm not really gonna do that. And I don't need I don't need anything super fancy. These are cheap. They're, like, a couple of dollars each for the entire packets on. I just kind of put him here together. Uh, you already more organized than me? Feel free to do that. But any one of these kinds completely fine. You can buy them anywhere, any store, and that's pretty much it. That's we're gonna use, uh, a Zafar for normal pencil. What kind? You could just use whatever you want. Normal pencil we might use. We're gonna use normal pencil to, like, start out our proportions and stuff like that. But that's it. All right. Thanks a lot. And let's get started with the lesson 3. Proportions of Cute: Okay. So, raft about what makes something cute. Uh, something cute really has do with the proportions that are going on and almost always that stupid having a big head were table head to body heads like that. The body tends to be smaller on cuter designs, and people are not really sure of why that is. But it might have to do with infants when you're smaller and your baby, you don't have a bigger head. And that tends to look cute. Great suit, baby. Animals tend to have a larger head to body proportions. So what we're doing with the acuteness is your exaggerating that proportion. So you're exaggerating. Really big head. Think of Tweety Bird. Think of other things so that the head of body portion is really most significant part of it. So if you look at a regular human proportion, right, let's just have Ah, this is not very cute, that proportion, But having a big head and tiny hands, it tends to be that, and that's what they think it is. It has to his infant thing. Another thing outside of proportion is it kind of comes into other stuff. So when you're thinking of, for example, about the face right. The eyes tend to be bigger, and that also has to do with infants. What is the one part of your body that doesn't grow from birth all the way to adulthood? That is the eyes. When your baby, your eyes are the same size physically as when you're an adult. And because of that proportionally, your eyes are bigger on the head as well. And again, that coincides with having cute, cute proportions. So we take advantage of that, and you're gonna find that in almost every design, and that is pretty much it. Just remember the proportions. Really big head, small body, that if you kind of know, caption it down. But that is right here. Cute proportion. And then, uh, not cute. Okay. And that's what we're gonna use throughout this series. So let's move on to the next lesson. 4. Head Types: Okay, so let's go over the head shape. The head shape is generally easy. I can give you maybe, like four general head ships for for animals or people. But this for animals. Uh, I would say like the marshmallow. And it's basically a kind of what it is is a marshmallow shape that is a very like, functional one and all you get you can very easily make, you know, put years on this maybe like a here. You can do whatever you want with its like it's essentially a square, but rounded off on the edges. And I think that I work for anything and that could be a cats that could be anything honestly. And so that's the round. That's the marshmallow. And I would say the other one is, uh, with a small cheek on the side. It could be up both sides as well are gonna be on one side. And the small cheek essentially is very some of that marshmallow. Except you're making a difference down here, around the cheek will come out. It could come out both, but I did it with one side. And the cool part about that is it gives it a little bit more of a flavor. You don't need to, but if you want a little bit more complex, you have the cheek sticking out. And Tweety Bird has that exact shape, and you can do whatever mouth you want. Let's say is another cat. We'll go over more specifics and another video of of, ah, certain features. But that is generally right there, that kind of effect you want. But you can make any kinds of years of any kind, uh, dropped some big eyes on this one. You can draw large eyes or tiny dots for eyes. It's really up to you. I'll give you a choice of eyes in a minute, and then I would see head marshmallow on, and there could be weirder wants to like. You can draw more of a circular, more of a circular head, almost like a sideways egg, I would say, like the egg shape egg on its side strong some eyes here, and this one loves just draw a regular that was with a little hair from office. But oh, yeah, it was. So have to be this or whiskers. Um, but that's let egg on its side. shape is another shape, Uh, and then for the final final shape. If you really want to, you can draw a complete, even circle. I'll drive a little bit smaller so it won't take a room on the page, but seem rule. Try to move your eyes as we talked about proportion to the lower half of the head. So if you look at the lower half, let's so let's say that's like a little bit above half. The face will always almost always be in the lower half, and this is not always true, but generally true right here. If you chop this and have features on the bottom half, same here and then we do the same thing here as well. So that is, see the same thing and I don't know this one. They will make a bear. It's a meatball. Israel called the meat that so that is the general rules of the head. Let's go into some features for your animal and let's go on the features right now. So let's move this aside. So let's go into the eyes. The eyes can be literal dots. They can be literal eggs or dots, and I tend to shade everything in right here and then leave a dot for the highlight. The highlight can be literally, just anything white could be a circle like. And I believe Twitter had circles. It could be a square. It could be anything. Another thing with these dots is you can make them. Let's say, if they're on the face, they could be very, very far apart. So let's draw a little, uh, let's just draw a little our placement head. So our little placement had they could be really far apart. That's really up to you, you drunk, or you could draw them really close. But farther apart, it tends to make them look a little doe eyed and will be cute. There's a lot of characters that have the the little far away apart eyes, and then you throw the features right here in the middle. So let's do that. I'm sure you've seen that a lot of cute characters where they draw the features right in the middle of the eyes and that proportion. It's on a straight line, and that is also generally very cute. Let's go with more of her eyes so you could do dots for eyes and then the other common eyes are gigantic guys, which is why did before where they look. I would think of them like, uh, gravestones. And you can just draw them a line underneath flat. So it looked like gravestones. And then the people on Iris are huge, Aziz Well, and you could just shade in half of it. You can even treat him part of it. To cut that bottom part will be more highlights. But it's up to you with circles inside and shade around it. Those gravestone eyes are very, very big marker. Or you can draw almond eyes the top part, same shape. But the bottom part has a little bit of a curve as well. So that is really up to you and with the same. Let's try some different eyes out. We're gonna throw them in here. But let's say the eyes have color or circle. I'm gonna draw circle right here for the highlight, and then I'm gonna draw the pupil here, and that is another part of you you could do. And you could draw little lines in here if you want, and then you could even throw in some color. We're gonna talk about color a little bit later. You get thrown some color there and you can't even throw in an eyelid above that so you can draw little nose here. It's like a rabbit. So those were the eyes, uh, traffic of any other type of by. And that's pretty much it, I believe for the I type for knows, especially early for suit. Animal knows I almost always default to track the upside down triangle, and you can always make it. Don't have to make it that harsh. You could make a hard edged or same shape, but make it marshmallow. We you can marshmallow lies. Anything meaning rounding out its edges, drawing a tiger or a rabbit or dog. This mouth always works the w mouth, and you can change it. You could make it a little bit more angular. W mouth is amazing. Always use that, but you can think of variations. It doesn't have to be just the w attached. You could make upside down here, and then maybe, did I did earlier do w far away and then draw a line from the bottom. That triangle that looks more like a bear. And there's different styles of cute creatures that you want. Some will have. Essentially, that looks like a longer knows, and that's always This is always for, you know, dogs, cats, bears. You can also draw this sideways marshmallow. It's usually good for some dogs or bears. See if that sideways marshmallow sheep and that can work with the W as well. If it has a black nose shade that m right, leave that highlight at the top. Some you can color an. But I do like sheeting that in black with a marker with whatever dark tool that you have, see. And so that would be the mouth of any sort of animal. If you're dealing with something like, uh, let's say like a bear or like it's gonna be a wolf or something with a long snout. You can do that, like putting in that shape, which is actually right. There is 1/2 of a circle pulling that back, so that's now is going to the left. You have your your dog over here, or you have your wolf with immediate open, like a tongue hanging out. You can make that longer and pull it out and you know things like a raccoon. Anything in the animal kingdom and, you know, kind of the mammals tend tohave these. Another cute thing would be like If you draw like occupy. That's also cute. There's not really have noses. You can kind of make him up for different animals. There's never any set rule. I'm just trying to give you some choices that I think are going to be really valuable to, and you can draw no nos on there and it be fine. It's really up to you to play with these parts. I'm just giving you the tools to try that out. Uh, and if you really want here, you can throw like a little another little U shape that could be the tongue coming out. If that was like a dog dog cat, maybe like a lizard. If you were looking Coro Be or Hello, Kitty, they have those same exact proportions I was talking about. Start looking at suit cartoon animals. You always notice the big head and certain features, and there's always there's always gonna be various types of mouths. Maybe maybe this kind of rounded mouth for I don't know, media frog or something. But I would stick to the W mouth, you know, little tiny use or mountain mile shapes. And I'm gonna talk about that more in the demonstration that we're gonna actually go on to later. All right? And then also, when you go over birds of different types for their beat, what I normally do is usually I usually just kind of, for example, of guts. You need to draw a straight draw a line in it, that kind of duck bill or for birds. You can draw a triangle going down maybe, like for a parent, maybe try the bottom. Being here sometimes. Keep it very, very simple. There's also the kind of Donald Duck method. We draw a straight line, draw a curve around the believe it's the front. Right, then straight back, I'm back. You have, like, a duck in, uh, profile later. But right now, let's start talking about bodies in the next lesson right now. 5. Pillow Bodies: Okay, so let's go into the body and for the body. I'm gonna talk about the bean effect. So when you're drawing the body, you want to think of the body as a being meaning? It's a soft, squishy, malleable torso and the tourists of the way it is. So let's draw. Let's just say I have the torso area in general. Think of it, you have the arms right here. They come from out of here, and the legs come from here. And if you twist this direction, you're gonna have the arms come at an angle. And that's called contra Pasta Contra pasta, I believe words like angled, meaning the angle of the hips are are like so right like this where Right here, there's straight across in blue hips as a portion to the angle of the upper body. So you want to do when it bends around, think of it like a bean or a pillow, and that body is gonna contort a way of being would or a pillow, or maybe like a soft pillow bend around. So just kind of keep that thought in your mind. When you're drawing any sort of figure, you know. Think of Karpov girls where you can draw the limbs. Obviously, right now, I wouldn't draw through the line here, just kind of doing this for demonstration, right? Give the person give a torso turns that is running, and that would be again a large part of this. So think of that beating effect and the waves moving on or pillow if you think of like a pillow body, and that would be a great effect for the torso. And it's really simple with cartoony, cartoony stuff. That's all you have to think about. Just think about that. That pillow shape. It's like I said, If it's bending backward, think of that. That pillow, a pillow shape, How would a pillow bend? And then you kind of think of arms and legs coming out from that shape. Okay, so these air obviously torsos without heads, right? So whatever. So let's talk about the hands and the feet, the arms, the legs, how they're shaped. So for hands, you can just draw. What I like to do is I like to draw a street like a mitten. You can draw that mission sheet, especially for animals. Of course, you can carved into that shape pause and it all it is is a little like curves. And you have pause. If you really want, you can draw nails on those paws. Four. You can just leave them as is. You can draw right there. That mitten. Uh, you know, with those paws shapes again, they're just curves, or you can actually do it fingerless. That's also extremely cute. And those are really the hands of almost any any animal, uh, lizards and stuff like that. Like sharp ennoble fish. It's different, but I mean official, probably more like a nobody. Different animals have different kind of rules, but this will cover most animals cats, dogs, bears. Uh, you know, I guess chickens would be Mawr ave. You could also do a hand as well with a chicken if you want. Uh, you know, or you could do just a very simple wing for a chicken, like for a bird. That a kind of special case. But if you look at stuff like angry birds or other properties, maybe not angry birds, but he'll still have hands. So let's draw full. Let's try one with fingers. I almost never drove fingers, but If I do, it'll be thes Melby. Stubby again. Thinking of proportion. Short fingers. But I prefer pause like that, especially cause we're doing animals, you know, Obviously I don't be weird. You like an octopus, but that's a completely different thing. Be just a nub. But everything I draw whatever you change up, uh, you know, maybe you could draw little nails here at the end of this one. Anything you change up, you has to round out. It would be a good idea for to kill a pillow out. You know, like round edges don't do, uh, you know this, like, you know, like, that's, like, really sharp, Because basically, you want to be with a hug, your character, that be a great advice, hug your character. That was such a good thing. And for that, you want to be rounded around a lot, most of their edges generally so that he'd a hand for the foot. I would say feats are also very simple. If you draw downward, essentially just eggs. There, there, Peter, Basically eggs with curved lines in them. Really simple. If you really want to overdo it, let's say at the bottom of their torso. You control the little no things, but they're standing on chairs and that could be really cute. Also, like they're standing on the ground. So this will be their legs. Little, that little number. So you can kind of draw them more like and then the bottom half of their body. Let me draw the whole thing's. So, for example, if you're drawing line character and then we'll have little tiny nubs for arms as well. That can be super cute. Right? Um, that's really up to you, though, but I would keep it like so and, um, that's kind of it. For for feet, I never, ever draw the toes separately. I almost always keep it like that or like nubs. If I have to and does the two ways I do it, Thea Other way, I guess, would be if you draw the foot down, pull it forward a little bit on this side and then give it a very big kind of hunch at the end of it. So we pull this over here a very big hump separating. I think that looks a little bit different. Honestly, though, I would stick with this. This was cuter the ball kind of on the post. Here are the egg on the post standing on eggs. Really? I would think of it like that. They're standing on egg shapes. Your feet are cute little egg shapes or the nose. I would keep it at those two. Anyways, I gave you a lot of choices there. I really hope you appreciate it. You know, just kind of like just play around with them and just caught toy with, uh, what you like and what you don't like. You can always make your own shapes. That's That's the beauty about drawing, So let's move on to the next part. 6. Demonstration of Process: Okay, so let's go for a quick demo. I'm gonna draw Ah, a lion and a bear. So right now I'm going to start with on this side. I'm a draw. The kind of big head I was talking about beforehand. It will be the head with that cheek. Close it off on this side. I love that open because I was thinking maybe maybe making something for years on a light do I might not use that around here around here, pulling in here for the inside of a year. Point inside on this side from here, then. So for a lion, right, we're gonna make the hair a main draw. The seesaw soups. I could make them come billowing around for these. I am gonna make random seesaw shoots, close this off on this side for the year, and actually might, um I close it off, then I'm gonna draw gravestone. I gravestone I on this, pulling it over here along it over here, and then I'm gonna draw the nose is a little tiny kind of snout. Very tiny. Pull in here. Well, in here really tiny little mouth. I'm almost exaggerating it. How tiny, though, that mouth. I had a little It's Heath. Like he's got obviously sharp teeth in there and then bottom lip. Just gotta draw a line. Then at the top, give him the upside down triangle nose. So I only drawn to his eyes century, these egg shapes in his eyes gonna shade it in. Except for what? I'm gonna find that highlight up there. I'm gonna draw the line on the top here. Just kind of have a bit of a change of pace of the brow. I could have drawn his hair down here with a widow's peak, but I wasn't gonna do that in this design. And I would draw his body so pulled down and I think of that pillow body pull. Just put his hand down by his side. I'm gonna draw the no fingers and they don't get out across here for the belly. Hold down into his feet, pull down studios feet, stay down eggs and I'm gonna throw again here for his paws. Just a little curve lines for the cause. Then for the Liaoning A draw tail on a tail. Think of it in simple feats. So straight line from the tail is like a tube And then I'm gonna draw a candle flame at the end. So now we ever lion and I'm gonna draw are there next to him and our bare it's gonna pick different shaped head. I'm gonna take a round, head the egg on its side, and I am going to I'm gonna pull all the way across on this one, and I'm gonna draw round shape for the years and another little round shape for the inside of the year. So this time I could draw the dots for eyes. I'm gonna put them middle there for a highlight. And I'm gonna draw the nose in the middle of the face here, and I'm gonna draw a sideways egg. And then I'm going to see that little egg for the little for them. Well knows here in the middle, and I'm going to draw a straight line down. Just make a little bit of ah, upside down you for a smile on that one. Actually, I'm gonna do this one a little upside down moon sheet and let's go to the body. I'm gonna draw the other body this time in a draw. Kind of a nut for a hand? No, for the other hand. Pulled down, no for feet. A bit of a number for foot there. So let's go into coloring, and I'm gonna talk a little bit of color. I didn't do a full video on purely coloring because it's relatively easy. I'm gonna pick. Uh, let's see. I'm gonna pick. Uh, Brown, Do you have a brown in here? All right. I have a darker brown for the hair, and I am going to kind of grind that in, Uh, you don't have to grind it in. You can do it very loosely, very lightly. But I like kind of doing see how this is light right here. This is the light, and that's dark. And it's the same tool, but a good ideas to push hard on it. And it gives it this richness that I really like. And you could just do it flat. I used to draw caricatures at a theme park, and that's how we did it. We usually colored it in flat. Don't do anything fancy. Choose a color that you want. If he's a space lion, maybe you could make uh, maybe you could make him green or something like that. It's It's entirely up to you. You can do whatever you want, and that's kind of the power in this. I do want to talk to you all. I'm doing this about simple shapes and give you a tip on that. So when you're gonna turn it sideways like color, easier When, uh, we just went over the line there when you're designing anything you've never designed. So, for example, let's say that lion's tail, right? I didn't go over that. Think of the simple shapes. First, simple shapes will save you. Thinking about a simple shape is what's gonna make everything you know, easy to understand. So if you're drawing some new sort of animal, maybe you're drawing some. I don't know on the move or something. Think of simple forms and those simple forms are always gonna look pretty attractive when you do that. And also concentrate on your cleanliness Drawing cute drawing cute clean is always good. Clean. It's always a good thing. All right, Pretty. I'm done with that color for the most part. Now I'm gonna go in and I'm going to color just his regular for And I'm gonna make that kind of yellowy. I think yellow is orange like an orange. Uh, or maybe like a light brown. Actually, a light like brown might work. Yeah, this this light brown might be okay. I'm gonna go lighter on it because it's just a different value, going very, very light on it. You can kind of control that at your will. It's kind of up to you how you do that. - So I did that very lightly, and now I'm gonna go into the body and do the same and I don't know, relatively light. Um, something else you could do is you can maybe go a little bit darker around the insides of the kind of bordering the I because of shadow and underneath. Think about where the lights coming from and you can kind of put it toward the bottom. Let's go back to that other brown See the other. Brown is over here in the tail. I forgot to do that part. You can even do the other brown for, uh, things like the nose. Or for that, the nose. Honestly, I like. I like doing it pink. I think that's a good color for it. I just think that's better. And I usually do it for the insides of years Here. That yellow mark here. And you could, uh, you know, continue refined this as much as you want. It's up to you, but that that's good enough right there. It's a nice color. A decent flat coloring. Let's go into the bear bear. I would try drop, uh, pink. Let's just make it different. I'm gonna right here. I'm gonna trace where the whites would be buried. Usually have a white around the mouth. I had really dig into the nose and make that, uh, pink. And then I'm gonna give the rest. And I'm level with a side of a side of pencil this time. Give the rest Flat coloring, but not too harsh. And I'm going pretty quick. Is is a demonstration, but don't go too quick over the eyes. You don't want to block out. Um, the, uh you don't block up the highlights in the eyes. That's not a good idea. The mouth itself will pull out all red like Tommy's in there and you can see go the side and cover a lot more space. And I'm just gonna color the body entirely. I think I could leave little circle for the tummy, but I must go color entirely pink. You can left that white, too, but I decided not to do that. But that's it for the demo. I really hope you like this demonstration on. Let's kind of move on to final thoughts on Let's Get Weekend. Also also one last thing on the coloring. You can also use computer to color. This you can use paint like actual paint to colonise. I just like using colored pencils are because they're easy. They're malleable and they're really cheap to use, and I just really appreciate them. But you can use whatever you want to fill in the color. All right, let's move on to final thoughts. 7. Final Thoughts: Thank you so much on staying for the entire lesson. I really appreciate it. The next thing I want you to do is I want you to post your cute designs post. Um, and I will comment on every single one of them. Uh, also one last thing. Don't forget toe. Have fun, because if you don't have fun, this stuff doesn't matter. I know sometimes it may seem hard, and it may seem kind of like you're struggling, but you want to keep positive and keep trying. And you know what? If you mess up, try again. And remember, this is all just fun. If you keep that in mind, this is gonna be very, very nice and simple and such an easy process for you. So thank you so much. And I will see you next time.