Lord Krishna is one of the most beloved deities in Hinduism, cherished for his endearing qualities. He is revered both as the eighth avatar of Vishnu and as the supreme God himself. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the step-by-step process of drawing Lord Krishna.
In this tutorial, we will provide a step-by-step guide on drawing Lord Krishna, specifically for kids and beginners.
Art Materials & Equipment
- Pencil Color
- Eraser (Erase If Made Mistake)
- Sharpener (To Sharp Pencil)
- Compass (Alternative)
Steps To Draw A Krishna
Janmashtami, also known as Krishna Janmashtami, commemorates the birth of Lord Krishna and stands as one of the grandest festivals in Hinduism.
You can get a quick glimpse of the process in the short demo image below. For a more detailed guide, follow the step-by-step instructions provided to easily draw Lord Krishna.
Drawing Lord Krishna’s Face
We’ll begin with Lord Krishna’s face. Start by drawing the facial features as shown in the image above.
Draw Peacock Feather
Next, draw the ears and hair outlines and then peacock feather in the head as in the picture above.
Draw Krishna’s Hand
Now draw one hand of the Lord Krishna as in the image above
Drawing a Belt
Next, draw the body of the Lord krishna with the cute belt as in the image above.
Draw Krishna’s Another Hand
Then, draw another hand of lord krishna as in the image above.
Draw Bansuri or Flute
Afterwards, draw a rectangular, long flute in the hand of Lord Krishna, similar to the one shown in the image above.
Draw Krishna’s Eyes and Nose
Now, to finish the drawing, add the eyes and nose of Krishna, following the image above.
Next, draw a garland around Lord Krishna’s neck, similar to the one shown in the image above.
Complete Hair Design
Then, complete the design of Lord Krishna’s hair, including the peacock feather, to finish the drawing.
Finally, we’ve drawn a cute little Krishna with a small peacock feather on his head, following easy step-by-step instructions for kids and beginners. Now, let’s move on to the next step and add some color to our adorable Krishna
Colouring a Krishna
After completing the drawing of the cute Krishna, it’s time to proceed with coloring our beloved deity. We’ve selected a few basic colors for this part of the process.
We’ve colored Krishna’s hair gray and added green on the outer part of the peacock feathers, yellow in the middle, and dark blue on the inner part.
We’ve used brown for the flute, red for the garland, and orange for the belt. Feel free to customize the colors to your preference.
- Dark Blue
After colouring, we get a cartoon krishna. You can use a pencil colour(we made it digital).
Our Masterpiece is Ready
Finally, we’ve drawn and colored a cute little Krishna. We hope you found our tutorial easy and straightforward.
This is how you can draw Lord Krishna easily with a step-by-step tutorial for kids. Please feel free to comment below if you found our tutorial helpful, and don’t hesitate to suggest a name if you have any requests or face any challenges while drawing.