Learn how to draw a worker for kids step by step with this elementary drawing tutorial for beginners, schoolers, and kindergarteners.
Hello and welcome to the step-by-step tutorial in which you will learn how to draw a worker for kids! Workers build houses, do various manual labor, wear, install, in general, do everything so that the inhabitants of the houses in the future feel warm.
In this lesson, we will show how to sketch a worker, because he has certain tools in his hands. Basically, they work using a tool called a trowel – a special tool that is convenient for taking portions of cement mortar for laying bricks. In order to draw a builder, you need to follow the next few steps, which are shown below. Enjoy drawing!
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw a Worker for Kids
- Shape a builder’s helmet.
First, you can draw a semicircle at the top of the sheet, then make small protrusions at its corners as shown.
- Draw the texture.
To do this, draw two stripes at the edges at an inward inclination, and then draw a rectangle in the middle of the helmet.
- Draw the head.
Now sketch out the shape of the face using a semicircle.
- Add parts of the face.
You need to draw two small circles and a smile using a curved line – it’s that simple! And under the helmet on the sides, you need to draw small cartoon ears.
- Draw the body.
Now let’s move on to drawing the body of the worker. To do this, you need to draw two parallel lines that extend from under the head. Then connect these lines at the bottom with one horizontal straight line.
- Add details.
Detail the builder’s workwear by adding a pocket and details at the top of the workwear.
- Add arms.
Now add simple cartoon arms as shown.
- Draw the legs and sleeves.
From the bottom of the rectangle in the middle, draw a line separating the legs, and above that draw a line perpendicular to it. And also draw the sleeves using straight lines as in the step.
- Draw working tools.
Now draw the tools of the worker in his hands. To do this, you need to draw a trowel in one hand, and a rectangular brick in the other.
- Draw the shoes.
Now sketch out the worker’s boots in the form of ovals.
- Color the artwork.