With the rise of social media, emojis (which is actually a Japanese invention) has become an easy way to communicate our feelings. Sometimes it is hard to write about our emotions in words. Small pictograms help us visually communicate that we are happy, sad, afraid or disgusted. Anyone can “read” emojis, as they speak beyond any verbal language, they speak our emotions – the language we all understand.
I think at some stage of our lives we all tried to draw smiling ☺ and sad ☹ faces. Modern emojis look a bit more complex than just a circle, two dots and an upward or downward facing curve. These days there are thankfully many video tutorials on the internet that help us learn how to draw emojis.
Emojis are actually one of the simplest things you can draw even if you are a complete beginner.
In this article you will find three step-by-step tutorials on how to draw the most popular emojis in the world:
- The tears of joy face emoji
- The kissing face emoji
- The in love face emoji
A quick tip: for creating a perfect circle you can use any round object you can find in your household. It can be for instance a plate, a glass, a bowl, a drawing compass or a protractor. Anything round will do, really.
How To Draw A Laughing Emoji With Tears
The tutorials made by Rob and Jack are both informative and very entertaining to watch. In the video below you will learn how to draw laughing emoji with tears. The tears of joy emoji might seem like a difficult one to draw. However, with Rob’s easy step-by-step tutorial and clear explanations anybody can draw them 🙂
How To Draw A Kissing Emoji
Here is another tutorial by Rob where he is teaching his daughter Hadley how to draw one of the most popular emojis – the kissing face. The kissing emoji is a bit harder to draw than, say, a simple smiley because there are more elements on the face, such as kiss lips, a winking eye and the heart. However, if you follow through the tutorial I am sure you will manage to draw it well.
How To Draw In Love Emoji With Heart Eyes
Rafael from the Learn Step By Step YouTube channel makes drawing and coloring emojis look easy. His tutorial on how to draw emojis with heart eyes is easy to follow and slow-paced. In other words, just what you need if you are learning how to draw. He also colors it very carefully. I personally find it almost therapeutical to watch how Rafael is drawing. It is amazing how he manages to draw such a perfect circle free hand! The hearts he draws are also very cute.
If you tried drawing an emoji, feel free to share your drawings with us. We are looking forward to seeing your creations.
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