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How to Draw like Dr. Seuss: 6 Directed Drawing Art Projects for Dr. Seuss Week

Many young artists have tried their hand at Dr. Seuss directed drawing projects, eager to capture the charm of his characters. The catch is that many tutorials are either so simple they don’t look like the characters, or so complex that they are difficult to draw.

This collection of Dr. Seuss art projects keep the Dr. Seuss art style, in a way that is easy to follow. Scroll down and you’ll find no less than six lessons for how to draw Dr. Seuss characters!

How to Draw the Cat in the Hat

This Cat in the Hat tutorial keeps this famous character looking as familiar as possible, without being too frustrating to draw. His face is different than your average cat, but if students follow the easy steps shown in the tutorial, they’ll be on their way.

How to Draw the Lorax

The Lorax  follows the plight of the environment and the Lorax, the main character, who “speaks for the trees” and confronts the Onceler, a business magnate who causes environmental destruction.

How to Draw the Grinch

The Grinch is the main character in the classic children’s book How the Grinch Stole Christmas. You can check out these supporting characters too:

How to Draw Horton Hears a Who

Fans of this classic Dr. Seuss book can learn how to draw the main character from the Horton Hears a Who book. It tells the story of Horton the Elephant and his adventures of saving Whoville, a tiny planet located on a speck of dust. 

How to Draw Thing One and Thing Two

Thing One and Thing Two are dwarf-like creatures with messy blue hair, white skin and red body suits from Dr. Seuss’ popular book, The Cat in the Hat.

How to Draw Sam I Am

Sam I Am is a short creature with no ears or tail who constantly asks the co-star of the book, Guy-Am-I, to try the green eggs and ham. He goes to great measures to try to convince him to try, and eventually succeeds.

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