The Earth is something that we should all be thankful for, and we all need to do all we can to protect her. To celebrate our wonderful planet, let’s draw a person hugging the Earth with all their might – we know that she deserves it!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a pencil and a drawing compass, and draw a large circle in the center of your page.
Grab a pen, and draw two curved lines at the top of the circle. Add a “u” shape to the top of this.
Add a curve just above the bottom of this, and then add a bump above, and a thin line to the top. Add two short curves on other side for the eyes.
Add a bump to either side of the top of the “u”, and then curve the lines up to meet a point at the top.
Now, add a curved line to the side of the face, and bring this up, across, and wave it down towards the bottom of the page.
Add an arm to the left of this, pointing towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page, and then add fingers and a thumb to the end of this.
Add another curve to the left, curving this across and up.
Add a series of clouds around the edge of the body…
And then use the black pen to go over the circle.
Now, add wavy shapes for the continents…
Add a leaf shape to the left of the head…
And then another wavy leaf to the left of this, with a tall stem topped with a leaf on the right.
Add more leaves to the bottom left…
And then use a black pen to fill in the remaining pencil lines.
Grab an orange pen, and shade the face and arms…
And then use a blue pen for the oceans.
Now, grab a green for the continents, and the leaf on the top left.
Use a slightly darker green pen for the remaining leaves…
And then go over the outline of the hair with a thicker black pen.
Shade the hair with the black pen.
Now, use a black pen to write the message “SAVE THE PLANET” curved around the bottom right of the Earth.
This is a message that we should all be paying closer attention to: the Earth needs our help, and it is important that we all play our part in helping to keep her safe and protected. Why not do your research to find out just how you can do your bit for the planet?