Learn how to draw the Grinch and his very mischievous face with my easy step-by-step tutorial.
You can learn how to draw the Grinch with my print friendly PDF tutorial, simply by joining my email list. It’s a great way to find out about my new projects and special promotions. Simple fill out the info below, confirm the email, and a PDF tutorial will pop up that you can save and print.
My tip for getting the best results with this tutorial? Use real watercolor paper so the colors stay nice and bright, and if you use liquid watercolor paint, mix up a batch of the “Grinch” greenish yellow color for everyone to share. It’s not easy for young ones to mix the right shade if they have to add use trays with only a grassy green.
Note: Please contact kathy(at)artprojectsforkids.org if you are having any issues with accessing the Grinch tutorial.
- Draw the Grinch tutorial (see sign up form above)
- Watercolor paper*
- Sharpie, black, fine tip
- Watercolor paint (I prefer the liquid type)*
- Stabilo Power Wallet Markers* (for the slightly more advanced marker tutorial below)
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HOW TO DRAW A GRINCH WITH MARKERS
Here’s a similar Grinch tutorial, but with a little more detail for the older artist. The PDF tutorial that you get when you join me email list above, includes this marker version too.
Time needed: 1 hour.
How to draw the Grinch with markers.
- Start the pointy face.
- Add a brim.
- Draw a hat that is folded over.
- Draw the mouth and eyebrows.
- Add eyes under the brows.
- Add brown lines and nose.
- Draw the fluffy collar.
- Add shoulders and cheek hair.
- Trace, color with Stabilo® Power Wallet markers.
LOOKING FOR MORE CHRISTMAS PROJECTS?
There are many more fun and easy drawing tutorials like this one, in my “Christmas Drawing” ebook in my PDF Shop.
All have simple step by step tutorials to help beginner artists see where to start and how to finish each drawing. Use it for Christmas classroom projects or special homemade cards for gifts or holiday framing. Just click on the book or title to learn more.