Is your inspiration short on cute easy things to draw today? Come and scroll along to check out these ideas.
A compilation of simple line-art doodles, to make with a pencil, marker, or any other medium of your choosing.
This is not a compilation of doodles found across the web. All of these little drawings were sketched by me and as usual, I’m slanting rather heavily toward animals.
Is there anything cuter than whales, pandas, bunnies, foxes, cats, unicorns, etc.? Hardly? Hey, we are in agreement! But there are lots of other doodles here, too. Such as florals, inanimate objects, and more.
Let’s dive in – pun totally intended (see below).
Cute Easy Animal Drawings
Starting off with some cute and fairly easy animal drawings. Creatures from all across the globe, both on land and underwater.
The whales in my sketchbook are typically happy fellas (or ladies) with a not-so-natural smile. Also, whales have no tear glands or eyelashes. Ah, the advantages of a fantasy world on paper!
Bunnies are easy and forgiving animals to doodle. You can mess up pretty badly a.k.a. take some artistic freedom from their original anatomy – something with two long ears will almost always look like a bunny. A weird one, perhaps, but still a bunny.
The one below is sitting in a natural position and is quite simple to draw. Start with the head and ears, then add the body and smaller details.
Lions – the heroes of so many children’s books and the king of the animals. Thanks to some very distinctive features, a lion can be easy to draw in just a few lines.
The same goes for a fox (except for that “king of the animals” part). Simple lines, and the typical foxtail. However, what really drives it home in the case of a fox – even more so than the shape – is the color orange.
Try drawing this little panda bear portrait. It’s easy and super cute with a tiny heart in the chest space!
These cats are easy to draw and totally zen. Cats get more meditation hours in per day than I do in an entire year. But did you know drawing can be a form of meditation?
If you don’t think drawing a unicorn is feasible, check this out. Of course, an anatomically correct horse is very intricate and requires some serious drawing skill, plus practice.
A cute lil’ unicorn face can be done the quick and easy way. It’s all about the horn and mane.