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Mar 24

Free How To Draw Lessons: Disney Cartoon Characters

I am a professional freelance cartoonist and credentialed teacher. I use to teach “How to Draw Cartoon Characters” at a local art school in San Diego. Now that I’m no longer doing stand-up instruction in classrooms, I now offer these lessons free of charge on my Cartoonist Website. The lessons are available online and as downloads you can print.

How to Draw Mickey Mouse

How to Draw Mickey Mouse Drawing Lessons: Full Face, Full Body Construction, and Profile.

How to Draw Mickey Mouse: Full Face Full Body Construction Profile

How to Draw Donald Duck

How to Draw Donald Duck Drawing Lessons: Full Face, Full Body Construction, and Profile

How to Draw Donald Duck: Full Face Full Body Construction Profile

How to Draw Pluto

How to Draw Pluto Drawing Lessons: Full Face, Full Body Construction, and Profile.

How to Draw Pluto: Full Face Full Body Construction Profile

How to Draw Goofy

How to Draw Goofy Drawing Lessons: Full Face, Full Body Construction, and Profile.

  How to Draw Goofy: Full Face Full Body Construction Profile

How to Draw Thumper & The Cheshire Cat

How to Draw Thumper and The Cheshire Cat

Our lessons fall into two categories; Disney Characters and Other Famous Characters.

I hope you enjoy the free how to draw cartoon lessons. We would like to suggest that you bookmark our site, as we keep adding new lessons all the time! Keep taking our lessons, and before long, you too will be a professional cartoonist!

And one final note, we also offer Free Wallpapers and Free Jigsaw Puzzle Games (these games will challenge even the most experienced gamer)…so have fun!

How to Draw Thumper.

How to Draw the Cheshire Cat

3 comments

  1. Shalin

    Nice arts, most of them looking like pencil arts that made from a vector tool. The perspective is important when drawing arts I guess it applies for the cartoon as well.

    Regards,
    shalin@ creately

    1. Malane Newman

      You’re partially right! Most of these drawing lessons I created on computer but I used a raster drawing tool. When I work, I draw directly on the monitor with a Wacom Cintiq and I use the pen tool for creating lines.

  2. gvh

    amazing///

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