These colorful Gnome Drawings and so fun for any holiday! My Tombow Dual Brush Pens are easy to apply and add that pop of color! The drawings come together quickly and you can create them in your journal, sketchbook or on a handmade card.
I’ve previously shared a Mushroom Drawing Tutorial, How To Draw A Bird, and Easy Owl Drawing Tutorial that you all loved. So I’m hoping these Gnome drawing ideas will make you pull out your pen and paper and start drawing right away!
You can start create this Gnome drawing on any paper with any pen or pencil. Enjoy
how to draw a gnome step by step
- Start by drawing a loose floppy hat and pom pom.
- Add a circle for the nose at the center of the hat, and then go fancy with the beard.C Create a nice pointy tip and zig zags
- Add a body, gown, and shoes.
- Finish off your gnome drawing by adding the arms with mittens.
- Color it in as you want! I added stripes, polka dots and lots of pops of colors!
Valentine gnome drawing:
Pull out pinks and read and decorate the gnome with little hearts! Here is my step by step Valentine Gnome Video.
step by Step Gnome Drawing PDF
Download this Step by Step Gnome Drawing Printable pdf to help you draw! If you are finding the shapes of the gnome difficult to draw, try tracing the printable first to get a better idea.
How to draw a gnome video:
Watch me draw and paint this cute gnome and learn how to recreate it easily.
Affiliate links have been used, please read disclosure here
- Paper: I’m using a watercolor paper here Canson Montval https://amzn.to/3xRhNyR
- Oil Based Black Pen: The MONO Twin Permanent Marker pairs well with watercoloring with no smudges https://amzn.to/3IaZGJ0
- Markers: Tombow Dual Brush Pens (color number 027, 755, 569, 373, 803) https://amzn.to/3on3lM
- Water Brush: These are just paintbrushes with a water barrel attached https://amzn.to/3xPzzTk
I enjoyed drawing this gnome, with its quirky features and colorful outfits.
Gnomes are super trendy these days, and you can easily alter this design slightly to create gnomes for different seasons. Think Valentine Gnome holding a heart or a fall themed one with leaves.
Thank you for being here today and spending some creative time with my friends! I’m so thankful for your kind words and support.
If you recreate this tutorial and share it on social media don’t forget to tag me! @smithakatti #smithakatti