Here in this lesson, drawing a cartoon jellyfish… let’s make our animal into something that we can more easily appreciate with respect to drawing simple cartoons – cute ones at that!
Let’s give it eyes!
Of course, in real life – these creatures don’t have eyes. At least, I don’t know of any that do. When drawing though – we get to have some fun, using our imagination – and creating ‘outside the box’. 🙂
How to Draw a Cartoon Jellyfish, Step by Step
These creatures of the sea – while they do take on distinct shapes (at times) in the water… on land – there just well… a pile of goop!
Gliding through the ocean though, we normally see some sort of shape (circle, oval) at the top ‘head area’… followed by numerous extending legs.
Structure taken into account – let’s draw!
First thing then… draw the upper left eye.
Bring the top of the ‘head’ into view…
Draw the other eye (a bit smaller as it’s further away – as seen from this 3/4 tilt angle). And then, bring the bumpy underside of the head into view – get random!…
And speaking of randomness…
More randomness… 🙂
Ah – those cute little jellyfish eyes…
And with color – it’s just SO much better!
So there you have it. That’s how to draw this in-this-case ‘cute’ little creature of the sea. Have fun as you work through this lesson again — changing all sorts of various things to come up with a TOTALLY unique version of your own.
As we know, that’s what it’s all about!