How to Draw Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Step by Step

How to Draw Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Step by Step

    How to Draw Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Step by Step - Easy Kids Drawings


    How to Draw Rudolph



    Hey guys! 
    Today, let’s draw Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.
    Rudolph went down in history for saving Christmas
    when his shiny nose lead Santa’s sleigh through the snow.
    Remember; you can follow along, and if you need to stop,
    please pause the video and come right back.
    Let’s get started.
    I’ll begin with Rudolph’s head.
     One ear and two ears.
    How to Draw Rudolph

    I’ll draw a little tuft of hair on his head
    How to Draw Rudolph

    Good. And I’ll outline his nose and the rest of his head.
    Be sure to make his nose big and round.
    How to Draw Rudolph
    I’ll continue with his neck.
    He has a collar on. It’s a nice, fancy collar with a medallion.
    Good.

    How to Draw Rudolph




    Rudolph is facing us at an angle, so we’ll draw his closest eye like that… kind of an oval.
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     And his other eye here so we can still see his iris.
    I’ll draw some eyelids.
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    And his eyes are black, but always remember to leave little sparkles in his eyes.
    Nice!
    Some friendly eyebrows...
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    ...and two budding antlers. Rudolph is a young reindeer.
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    I’ll draw some details on his ear.
    Next, let’s add to that big shiny nose!
    I’ll draw a little reflection on his nose.
    He’s a happy reindeer!
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    Great!
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     Let’s continue drawing his body coming from the base of his neck.
    With a little swoopy design for his fluffy tail.
    Continue below his tail and draw his hind leg.
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    Reindeer - also known as Caribou - have special hooves with four “toes” on each foot.
    It allows them to walk over ice, snow and wetlands!
    Continue with his underbelly and his closest front leg.
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    Yeah.
    He’s got a fluffy little chest.

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    I’ll draw his other two legs behind him; keeping in mind that these two legs are a bit farther away,
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    so they look just a little smaller.
    You can draw Rudolph doing other things too! Like jumping, dancing or flying!
    Have fun and be creative!
    How to Draw Rudolph


    Now I’ll add some more fluffy hair on his chest...
    ...his underbelly...
    ... and some more right under his neck.
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    OK! That's pretty cool.

    We’ll have some more fun coloring him in later.
    I’ll finish drawing with a few details here and there.
    Like to his collar.
    Now, I always encourage artists to consider the environment when designing the background,
    but today we are going to save the background for when we illustrate our drawing in the next video.
    That looks nice!
    Alright!

    How to Draw Rudolph


    We drew Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer!
    We're finished drawing, now let's add some color!
    I’m going to use these cool Crayola ‘Twistables’ colored-pencils. I’ll use a light brown
    I'll leave a link down in the description, so you can learn more about them.
    I'll use a light brown for his fur...
    ...a gold for his fancy medallion...
    ...and of course a bright red for his shiny nose!
    Plus, I’ll use a few other colors for details.
    Let’s go!
    Yeah! We did it!
    Great job!
    We colored Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer!
    (Sleigh bells jingling, shiny nose buzzing)
    Now, let’s illustrate it!
    I’ll show you how.

    How to Draw Rudolph

    How to Draw Rudolph
    Join me in the next video to learn how to illustrate Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.
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    Deer Rudolph's went down in history for season Christmas when his shiny nose can lead Santa through the snow.
     remember you can follow along and if you need to stop please pause the video and come back. let's get started..

    a begin with Rudolph's head one ear and two years
    then draw little tuft of hair on his head
    outline his nose and the rest of his head
    be sure to make his nose big and round
    continue with his neck..
     and there's a collar on. it's a nice fancy color with a medallion
    Rudolph is facing us at an angle so we will draw his closest eye like kind of an oval..
    and his other eye.. so you can still see his lids
    We'll draw some eyelids
    it is eyes are black but always remember to leave a little Sparkle in their eyes then some friendly eyebrows
    and tow budding antlers
    then draw some details on his ear
    next let's add to that big shiny nose a little reflection on his nose
    he's a happy reindeer great..
     let's continue drawing
    his body coming from the base of his neck
    with a little loopy design for his fluffy tail
    continue below his tail and draw his hind leg
    Reindeer also known as Caribou have special hugs with four toes on each foot it allows them to walk over ice snow in Wetlands..
    continue with his under belly and his closest front leg
    all right he's got a fluffy little chest
    we'll draw his other two legs behind them keeping in mind that these two legs a little bit farther away so they look just a little bit smaller
     you can draw a Rudolph doing other things too like jumping dancing or flying.. have fun and be creative..
    okay that's pretty cool now
     we'll add some more fluffy hair on his chest
    his underbelly and some more right under his neck
    we'll have some more fun coloring and then later
    finish with a few details here and there like to his collar
    now I always encourage artists to consider the environment when deciding the background but today we're going to save the background for when we illustrate our drawing in the next video..

    we draw Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.. we're finished drawing…

    now let's add some color..
    use a light brown for his fur
    of gold for his fancy Medallion
    and of course of bright red for his shiny nose

    Great job we colored Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

    now let's Illustrated I'll show you how join me in the next video to learn how to illustrate Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

    please subscribe to get weekly creative videos and send me your drawings and illustrations on Twitter at ###### thanks for watching