How to Draw a Cartoon Kite: Super Fly Easy

Posted in Cartoon Tutorials on March 15, 2020

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To draw a cartoon kite, we need imagination and design.

There is only one main shape in this drawing, and it's the triangle.

The triangle forms the entire body of the kite.

If you are a perfectionist, try using a ruler to make the triangle nice and straight.

How to Draw a Cartoon Kite

Step 1

Draw a triangle like the one you see in the picture.

This is the body of the kite. You can use a ruler to make your lines straight.

Step1 Draw a Triangle

Step 2

Draw a straight line down the center of the kite.

Now draw the squiggly line for the kite's string flap.

Step 2 Sketch the Flap

Step 3

At the bottom of the triangle, draw a bird-like line that will shape your kite.

Step 3 Draw the Curves

Step 4

On each side of the kite, draw the wings of the kite like you see in the picture.

Step 4 Draw the Ribbons

Step 5

Erase the bottom part of the triangle so it can look like the picture.

Draw two equal lines in the middle of the kite, as you see in the picture.

Now draw the kite's string that attaches to the kite's flap.

Step 5 Sketch the String for the cartoon kite

Step 6

Erase any unwanted lines and start adding colors.

Add bright colors to make your kite look colorful.

Step 6 Cartoon kite

Fun Kite Facts

All kinds of kites were created by our ancestors

Kites were invented a long time ago dating back to 9500-9000 years B.C.

People in those days used natural craft materials like wood and leaves from trees to build kites.

In China, they used materials such as silk, bamboo for the frame and paper.

Kites became very popular that the military used them like drones for observation.

Science used kites for measuring weather conditions and weather forecasting.

Today kites are a form of art and are used in kite festivals around the world.

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