In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Cartoon Lemur in 10 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw a Cartoon Lemur - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Step 1: Let's start with the head of the lemur. Draw in a circular figure that is slightly indented at the top on both sides.
Step 2: Where the indents are located, add a cone shape in each for the ears. Draw in a vertical line through the center of both.
Step 3: Now, let's add the eyes. Underneath the ears in the middle of the head, add two large open circles. Inside each circle, add another circle for the pupil.
Step 4: Below the eyes right in the middle, add another circle and a circle within that one for the nose.
Step 5: One more set of circles. Add a circle below the nose and once again, create a smaller circle inside for the mouth.
Step 6: Now, from the top of the right ear, draw a curved line that ends in the downward position. This will create the body and back of the lemur.
Step 7: At the base of the chin, draw a vertical line downward and then transition it into a horizontal line for the foot. Repeat this process and connect both horizontal lines at the end to finish the foot. Once again, repeat this entire process so you have two more parallel vertical lines that connect at the base. Both front legs are now complete!
Step 8: Move off to the right at the end of the lemur's body and draw a curved vertical line that begins in the middle of the lemur's body. Add a parallel line to this one that starts further down and once again, connect these lines by drawing in the toes of the feet.
Step 9: Off to the left of the first hind leg, create a curved vertical line that is drawn downward and connects to the right-most front leg.
Step 10: Last step - the tail! Off the top of the lemur's back, draw two parallel curved lines that meet at the top. Add stripes along the entire tail.