Introduction: How to Draw Mickey Mouse
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Step 1: Supplies
To draw Mickey Mouse you will need:
Step 2: Step 1: Basic Shape
To start off, you will need to draw a circle with 2 lines like so. Be sure to draw light! This is important when you need to erase the lines at the end.
Step 3: Step 2: Nose
After the basic circle you draw the nose.
Step 4: Step 3: the Eyes
To draw the eyes start out with ovals with the bottoms cut off. When you finish that you draw smaller ovals inside the bigger ones.
Step 5: Step 4: the Mouth
To draw the mouth you start out with a simple curved line that stretches across the bottom of his face. Then you draw two smaller curved lines at the end of each side of the smile. To start off the mouth draw two lines from the smile to his present chin. Now draw a curved line that goes under his mouth. Now connect the two lines with another curved line. Now draw the tounge.
Step 6: Step 5: Head Detail
This is where it gets trickier. The line that should go In between Mickeys eyes should have two curved lines that touch the horizontal line. Now draw two lines that touch Mickeys chin.
Step 7: Step 6: the Ears
Now it's time to draw the most well known part of Mickey-the ears. All you have to do is draw to circles on his head like so.
Step 8: Step 7: Erase
Now erase all of the unnecessary lines.
Step 9: Step 7: Shade or Color
Once you erase all of the unnecessary lines you can shade or color Mickey. I usually choose to shade. After you shade or color you can bold the lines. If you think you haven't shaded or colored dark enough you can do that.
Step 10: That's Real Swell
Now you have your own Mickey Mouse.