When it comes to finding fun things to do, you have many options to choose from when venturing into the outdoors. One of the best ways to enjoy some time outdoors is with a skateboard.
These flat, wheeled devices allow you to not only travel along flat surfaces at speed, but they also allow for some cool tricks!
They also come in many different designs, and learning how to draw a cartoon skateboard is a great way for you to imagine what your own perfect skateboard may look like!
That’s exactly what we’re here to do in this guide, so hopefully you’re ready for some exciting fun!
This step by step guide on how to draw a cartoon skateboard in just 6 easy steps is here to show you how to design your very own awesome skateboard.
What's in this Blog Post
- How to Draw A Cartoon Skateboard – Let’s Get Started!
- Step 1
- Step 2 – Now, draw some decoration details for this cartoon skateboard
- Step 3 – Next, add the start of the wheels
- Step 4 – Now, draw another wheel
- Step 5 – Add the final details to your cartoon skateboard drawing
- Step 6 – Finish off your cartoon skateboard drawing with color
- Your Cartoon Skateboard Drawing is Complete!
How to Draw A Cartoon Skateboard – Let’s Get Started!
For this first step of this tutorial, we will begin by drawing the wooden body outline of the skateboard. This can actually be a bit trickier than expected, mainly because of the angle the skateboard is at.
This is a step where following the reference image closely will really help you with this shape we are creating!
As shown in the image, the end at the bottom is wider and curls out to the left. This is where the skateboard will curl upwards.
Then, it gets thinner as it gets to the other end, and it will end in a rounded line. You will then be ready for the second step of the guide!
Step 2 – Now, draw some decoration details for this cartoon skateboard
In this second step of our guide on how to draw a cartoon skateboard, we will be adding some decorative elements to the body of the skateboard.
First, we will draw a rim along the inner outline to give the skateboard the appearance of thickness.
Then, we will add the decoration. We used some wavy lines going along the skateboard in order to create a really cool design.
You can go for a similar one, but you could also create your own unique design! Some ideas could include a flame pattern or maybe some simple shapes, but what else can you think of?
Step 3 – Next, add the start of the wheels
Without wheels, a skateboard would just be a fancy piece of wood, so we shall start adding some wheels to your cartoon skateboard drawing in this third step.
We will be adding the wheels to the part of the skateboard that is closest to us as the viewer. Because of this angle, we will only see the inner side of the wheel on the left.
It can be drawn using some curved and rounded lines, and we will also draw the bar that will connect it to the wheel on the other side that we will draw soon.
Step 4 – Now, draw another wheel
Now, we will add another wheel to this side of the skateboard. We will get a much better view of this one, thanks to the angle it is sitting at.
You can draw a circular shape for the outer edge, and then add a smaller one inside of it.
That’s all there is to it for this step, and then we can move on to the fifth one where we shall add some final details to get you ready for the last step!
Step 5 – Add the final details to your cartoon skateboard drawing
This fifth step of our guide on how to draw a cartoon skateboard will be all about finishing off the final details.
That will get you ready for some coloring fun in the final step! The main detail we will be adding here will be small and simple, yet still important.
There is one final wheel to add, and you can draw this with a rounded outline that has a smaller circle inside of it.
It will be smaller than the other wheels because of the perspective, but otherwise it will be identical.
Once you have added this final wheel, you will be ready to add some extra details of your own!
You could change up the decoration on the board, or you could maybe add a cool background to create an interesting setting. It’s up to you, so how will you finish it off?
Step 6 – Finish off your cartoon skateboard drawing with color
You’ve worked hard on this cartoon skateboard drawing, and now you get to have some fun coloring in your creation!
The design of a skateboard is often very important, as enthusiasts can show off some of their own personalities with how they are decorated.
In the same way, you can personalize your own one with your color choices.
We showed you just one way that you could color this skateboard in our example. We used yellow for the central stripe and then used greys and reds for the rest.
You could go for some similar colors for your own one, but you could also go for some entirely unique color choices!
When coloring, you can also change up the art tools and mediums that you use to get some really cool colors. What do you think you will use for this image?
Your Cartoon Skateboard Drawing is Complete!
That does is it for all 6 steps of this guide on how to draw a cartoon skateboard, and we hope that working on it was as fun as riding a real skateboard!
Drawing objects like a skateboard isn’t always as easy as one may expect, so we also hope that the steps in this guide made it easier than you expected.
When you have mastered the challenges of this drawing, that leaves room for you to focus on the fun of being creative!
You can now contribute your very own awesome extra details, background elements and other ideas to make it even better.
Then, there’s no reason to not continue the fun! We have many more awesome drawing guides ready for you to enjoy on our website. We upload new ones often, so keep checking in!
When you’re ready to show off your artwork, we also hope you will share your finished cartoon skateboard drawing on our Facebook and Pinterest pages for us to enjoy!