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Uploaded: October 13, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 10
Updated: October 13, 2010
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When was the last time I submitted a lesson on something completely adorable, besides all the cute and easy stuff? A while that’s how long. Today, I thought I would do a tutorial on "how to draw babies", step by step. Babies are without a doubt, the cutest living human beings in existence. I know it’s mean to say this but, to me it’s not true when people say there is no such thing as an ugly baby. I hate to break it to all you peeps out there that believe that saying, but there are a lot of ugly babies out there. Luckily, I was an adorable baby when I was born; at least that’s what everyone in my family tells me. I have pictures of myself when I was an infant looking so incredibly cute. Come to think about it, I looked just like the Gerber baby. Are you guys taking me seriously yet? Good, that’s what I was going for. You can’t honestly believe that I’m that conceded do you? The fact is, I think I was a fat ugly baby. I mean come on, I weighed ten pounds twelve ounces when I was born, and because of that, my cheeks where forever looking like I had a whole winters worth of nuts stuffed inside of my mouth. I wanted to draw a cute chubby looking baby that has a very expressive look on its face. The fatness was inspired from me being such a big infant when I was born, and the baldness was an idea I came up with because more babies are born bald than they are with hair. If you like drawing little people, you will fall in love with this lesson on "how to draw babies". I had so much fun with this lesson, and to prove it, I’ve included a bunch of helpful tips for you guys to follow. Well, that’s another one down and only three more tutorials to go. I will be back in a bit everyone so stay tuned in. Peace out people, and try to not get so much baby mucus on you when tackling this lesson.