The Wild West is synonymous with adventure. Cowboys, gunslingers, deadly duels and train robbers all thrown together in dusty desert boom towns. If you like drawing and want to create your own wild west scene, try your hand at this fun and easy cowboy drawing tutorial.
You can download the tutorial as a jpeg or a PDF, or follow online below.
Worksheet Title: Draw an Cowboy – Easy Drawing Tutorials for Kids
Illustrated by: Tim van de Vall
Description: Learn how to draw a cowboy from the wild west.
Target Audience: Kids, ages 6 and up
Format: PDF & Jpeg
File Size: Less than 1 megabyte
Free for educational purposes.
Download: Draw a Cowboy.pdf | Download: Draw a Cowboy.jpeg
How to Draw a Cowboy
Learn how to draw a cowboy in nine simple steps. You can download a PDF or jpeg version of the tutorial, or follow online by scrolling down the page. Before we begin, make sure you have all the supplies you’ll need: Pencil, paper, eraser, and crayons.
Step 1. Let’s start by drawing a hat, two small ovals for eyes, and a mustache, as seen below.
Step 2. Draw in a line for the ribbon around the hat. Add in the cowboy’s nose, and draw the outline of his face. Draw the thin lines under his eyes.
Step 3. Include the cowboy’s eyebrows, his hair and his ears. Then add his bandana.
Step 4. Time to draw the upper body of the cowboy, including a vest and a belt. Also draw the knotted end of his bandana.
Step 5. Draw the sleeves of his shirt, his belt buckle, and his pants.
Step 6. Now finish his arms. Draw his shoes, and a few more details: his sheriff’s badge, and the lines on his sleeves and pants.
Step 7. A few finishing touches for the cowboy: Draw the spurs on his boots and the pistols on his waist. Then start to pencil the background scenery.
Step 8. Finish adding details to the background.
Step 9. Last step! Coloring time.
And there you have it! Congratulations, you now know how to draw a gun slinging cowboy!
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