21+ Christmas Pencil Drawings
Are you unable to buy something this Christmas for your special someone? Don’t worry. Art with your ideas and gift them something that you have created from your heart. Get in touch with us for the gift ideas. We have kid portraits, pet portraits, superhero portraits, and much more. Below are some pencil drawings for Christmas commissions. Check the ones which are for order pre-Christmas. Shut your loved ones up for one more year.
Christmas Ariel Pencil Art
Remember that there is always someone who looks forward to this time of the year, only because of a Christmas gift from you. Check out this Pencil Art with Disney theme. Gift it this holiday season.
Christmas Baby Love Heart
The artist here has drawn her little niece in the portrait. If you find it hard to draw children, this one helps you to improve in that area and sketch your cute little family members without color pencils. From the hands to hair to lips, everything is in harmony.
Christmas Baby as Santa
Do you know that artists charge special prices for pencil drawings at the time of Christmas? Such is the demand for them. In this pencil drawing, it is shown that two girls are having fun while one girl is wearing a Santa cap.
Christmas Santa Pencil Art
Come and check this out. This Pencil art has the portrait of Santa Clause with curly mustache and lenses. The art is very realistic and lively and the artist has given valuable instructions right from choosing the right pencils.
Colorful Santa Pencil Art
The artist admitted that the artwork was created using an iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Procreate app. If that is the case, it is a testament to the iPad Pro.
Christmas Night Pencil Drawing
Christmas Trees in the moonlight. A great Christmas Template by Nancy Mueller. This was uploaded eight long years ago. You will surely love the serenity of the image.
Lord Jesus Family
The real meaning of Christmas in one image. As per the artist, the image was drawn using an eraser, an A4 Paper, a lead mechanical pencil, and 5b and 6b pencils.
Pencil Art of Christmas Belle
This is again for those who want to stick with Disney themes. The artsit paid special attention to each and every element of the image, right from her attire to her looks.
Merry Christmas Pencil Drawing
This Pencil drawing is freakily adorable with dimple skin, chubby cheeks, and rosy lips. The shading work and amount of detailing including her outfit and wings are just awesome.
Vintage Christmas Art
If you are searching for Christmas ideas that don’t involve animals, you can have these coloring pages. Most of these are drawn from imagination.
Christmas Color Pencil Drawing
Christmas Card Drawing
Reindeer & Santa Drawing
Pencil Art by MaverickTears
Christmas Greetings Art
Hand Drawn Christmas Tree
Christmas Spirit Drawing
Beautiful Art of Christmas Cat
Christmas Coloring Art
Child Jesus in Mary’s Hand
Winter Christmas Drawing
Family Christmas Celebrations
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Need a picture of Santa for a Christmas card or decoration? Drawing Santa is relatively simple. Start by outlining his body with simple shapes. Add some detail to his jolly face and belly like a bowl full of jelly. Finish by coloring him in and you have got a drawing of Santa perfect for cards and decorations.
Outlining Santa’s Body
Draw your oval shape so that it intersects your first circle. The top of the oval should be about halfway up the circle for the head.
Add guidelines for the face. Draw a horizontal line down the center of your circle, and a horizontal line across. The horizontal line should be at the same level as the top of your oval. These lines will help you space out the eyes and form the nose.
Add two more horizontal lines near the bottom of your circle for the mouth.
Use a pencil for the outlines. Draw lightly so you can easily erase any mistakes and the outlines later.
The bottom of your two circles is Santa’s belly. Make it about one and a half times larger than the circle for the chest.
It’s ok if the ovals for the arms overlap the circle you drew for the chest. You’ll eventually erase your intersecting lines and make Santa look more three-dimensional.
When drawing the legs, start the top ovals, the thighs, at a wider point, closer to the outside of Santa’s belly. Then angle the legs in just a little bit.
Drawing Santa’s Face
Then add the nostrils. On either side of the circular nose, draw a “C” shape. One forward “C” for Santa’s right nostril, and one backwards “C” for his left nostril.
Then add two round lines starting at the top of the nose on each side. Bring these lines down to meet near the edge of the mustache. These are Santa’s cheeks.
Add the pupils to the eyes. Inside the eyes, draw two circles. One larger for the white part of the eye, and one smaller one for the pupils.
If you have room and want to, you can add smaller circles inside the pupils to make Santa’s eyes look shiny. Color in the pupils.
Continue down and have the beard lines meet in the middle of Santa’s chest.
As you draw a curved line up to form the top of the hat, you can extend the top of the hat above your original outline for Santa’s head to make it look proportional.
On one side of his head, draw a curved line moving inward a bit. And instead of connecting it to the line of the hat from the other side, leave it unconnected.
Then bring the other line over and past the other edge of the hat to add the stocking portion of it. Draw a small, puffy ball at the tip.
Now, draw the sides of Santa’s face. Connect the top part of the beard you just drew, which extended from the mustache, with two wavy vertical lines on each side of Santa’s head. Bring these lines up to meet with the bottom of Santa’s hat.
If done correctly, Santa’s beard will wrap around his face.
Adding Santa’s Clothes and Coloring
Only draw the outer edges of your shapes. Erase any intersecting parts to give your drawing weight.
Once completed, you will have a three-dimensional looking Santa that has a hat, but still no clothes.
Add the belt. The belt is a thick rectangle that curves slightly around Santa’s belly. The bottom of the belt is where the two flaps of the waistcoat meet around the belly button. Add a square buckle in the middle and two belt loops, one on either side.
Add a circular button or two in the center of the waistcoat.
Below Santa’s waistcoat are his pants which can be drawn with a few vertical zig-zag lines. He also has big boots which go up to his shins.
Finally, draw two rectangular cuffs on his sleeves where his wrists are and make sure his hands are outlined.
The fringes on his hat and coat, including his cuffs, are white.
You can make his gloves and belt brown, or even green if you like.