How to Draw a Santa Scene

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Santa is an age-old staple of the Christmas holiday season, and no holiday scene is complete without him. Draw a Santa scene with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, what's up? It's Chris here and today we're going to be learning how to draw a Santa scene. So let's get to it. Okay the first thing we're going to do is we're going to draw Santa. So we're going to bring his hat around here, bring this line back around where it came from like that, bring this line over like that and here's the ball, put some lines over here, lines on the hat. So we can do some more lines, it's going to be the brow, that's the nose and there's the other brow. Right here, this will be the Santa's beard and he's smiling, some more beard lines, a big pot belly, draw that line around, a big giant belt buckle, a couple holes there, comes down to the legs, draw these two little lines coming down here and these are the boots, they are through the line as always and this comes down from the coat, little 6s. There's his hands behind his back, there's one at least and the lines on his coat. He's pointing at something. We'll see what he's pointing at in a minute. What's he pointing at? He's pointing at a Christmas tree, a little baby Christmas tree. So I'm doing these triangles coming down, then at the end, color that and take the white, we will make a star on top and like I always say, don't be afraid to take a thicker marker of the same color and draw these lines to add the depth and the dimension. See? And then you can put like different boxes, presents and what have you and decorations on the tree, candy canes, various little things. Last but not least it wouldn't be Christmas without snow falling. So we'll do snow falling on Santa. With that being said, I'm Chris and this is how you draw a Santa scene.


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