How to Draw a Cartoon Candy Cane Boy

Posted in Cartoon Tutorials on December 30, 2019

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Drawing a cartoon candy cane boy is simple if you follow these steps.

The hardest part of drawing this cartoon is that you need to measure the candy cane stripes.

Measuring each stripe allows the face to be drawn in the center.

If the stripes are too close, it won't look like a candy cane.

How to Draw a Cartoon Candy Cane Boy

Step 1

Lesson 1 Draw a candy cane

Draw a candy cane in the center of your sketch pad.

Draw each stripe wide to leave the center area empty.

Use the question mark shape "?" or a hook shape to draw the entire candy cane.

Step 2

Lesson 2 Sketch the body

Sketch the legs first; Each leg will have a foot.

Now draw the arms as you see in the image with hands.

Step 3

Lesson 3 draw the face

Draw the face using two small circles. Sketch a happy face as you see in the picture.

We locate the face in the center of the candy cane.

Step 4

Cartoon Candy Cane Boy

Begin painting your drawing with your favorite colors.

Try adding Christmas objects like bells and hollies in the background.

Fun Candy Cane Facts

They make over one billion candy canes every year

According to various studies, people love candy canes more than other sweets during the Christmas holidays.

We estimate that over 1 billion candy canes are made every year and around 90 percent of those are sold during Christmas and Thanksgiving.

From kids and adults, we see everyone shopping for candy canes during these two holidays. 

Normally, the top-selling week for candy canes is the second week of December. 

Even though National Candy day is celebrated on December 26th in the US, everyone stocks up during Christmas. 

So, they sell 90 percent of candies during Christmas and Thanksgiving holidays, does it mean they sell the 10 percent on National Candy Cane Day?

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