How to Draw a Cartoon Volleyball

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When drawing a cartoon volleyball you're going to start off with a circle. Learn how to draw a cartoon volleyball with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Al Krakosky and I'm an artist. Today, I'm going to show you how to draw a cartoon volleyball. We're going to start off with our circle. Now I would recommend starting off with a light pencil to get your circle shape and then outline that with your darker pencil or an ink like a pen or a marker because it's difficult to get that perfect circle shape. Alright so once you have your circle, we're going to start down here and draw a curved line up to about the middle area, curve across and then curve back down. You're going to follow this curve up to the top, same thing on that side. Then once you have that we're going to split these up into threes. So a curved line down, curved line down so two in each. Same thing for up here but in a different direction and then over here as well. So there's your volleyball and once you have that if you want to make it very cartoony you can give him a face. Draw large ovals for the eyes. This eye will be a little bit smaller. We can go on the inside and erase these lines that we no longer need. That's why it's always good to draw light pencil first until you get the entire drawing down and then go back and outline the darker material like a pen or darker pencil, a marker. So once we have that erased we'll go inside and give him some giant pupils, a little white at the top for a reflection and then fill in the rest, some floating eyebrows up top here and we'll give him a big smile. Then lastly, it's a volleyball so it's flying through the air with spinning motion lines and that's it. That is how you draw a cartoon volleyball. Thank you for watching and keep on drawing.

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