How to Draw a Cartoon Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein was a quirky genius who's now mostly known for his contributions
to physics, especially the development of the special and general theories of
relativity. Here's how to draw a cartoon version of him.
1. Sketch out a circle for your drawing on quality drawing paper. Draw a large
circle; this will be Albert's head.
Imagine the circle as a sphere and draw two perpendicular lines wrapping around
it. The vertical line determines the center of the face and the direction the head
should be facing. Along this line is also where the nose will be located. The
horizontal line will determine where the eyes should be placed.
2. Along the horizontal line, draw two circles. Inside both circles draw a large
dot to serve as the eyes. Make sure to draw the eyes proportionate to the head.
Between the eyes and along the vertical line draw an oval shape with an opening
near the top right corner to form the nose. Once again, make sure to keep it in
proportion with the head.
3. Now that the basic face is done, add the hair. Simply give him two bushy
eyebrows that cover about a third of each eye. Make them smooth on the bottom and
wavy up on top as shown.
Give him a considerably large mustache right beneath the nose starting at the
horizontal line of the initial circle. Draw the mustache smooth at the top and
wavy on the bottom.
For the actual hair, draw out a shaggy outline around the upper half of the
head and along the sides, bringing it back up on the right side and over and above
his eyebrows to form the bangs.