How to Draw a Kawaii Succulent

Succulent Complete, Kawaii Doodle ClassThe Japanese word “kawaii” translates to cute, which is exactly what this succulent is! Follow the simple step-by-step instructions from Kawaii Doodle Class to draw your own adorable succulent.

Succulent 1, Kawaii Doodle Class

1.Draw an incomplete oval.

Succulent 2, Kawaii Doodle Class

2. Draw curved lines from the sides of the oval.

Succulent 3, Kawaii Doodle Class

3. Draw an oval around the base of the teacup.

Succulent 4, Kawaii Doodle Class

4. Draw a large smiley mouth from the sides of this oval for the saucer’s base.

Succulent 5, Kawaii Doodle Class

5. Draw an ear shape for the handle, then draw a smaller, parallel ear shape.

Succulent 6, Kawaii Doodle Class

6. Draw 4 upside-down V-shaped leaves of varying heights.

Succulent 7, Kawaii Doodle Class

7. Draw a second layer of leaves between the first layer.

Succulent 8, Kawaii Doodle Class

8. Draw a third layer of leaves.

Succulent 9, Kawaii Doodle Class

9. Decorate your plant and teacup! I added some antennae-looking elements to my plant and a large stripe to my teacup.

Succulent 10, Kawaii Doodle Class

10. Draw a cute face, of course!

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Kawaii Doodle Class

The Japanese word kawaii translates to “cute,” and this how-to book is chock-full of super-adorable images of tacos, sushi, smoothies, clouds, rainbows, cacti, doodle monsters, Christmas trees, lipsticks, teacups, and more for your adoration.

Popular kawaii artist Zainab Khan shows you how to draw 75 super-cute characters with simple step-by-step illustrations and instructions. She has also included fun search-and-find images and inspiration boards that show you how to give your characters different facial expressions and zany accessories.

Thanks to this crash course in Kawaii Doodle Class, soon you will be enhancing your notebooks, stationery, artwork, and more with your own unique kawaii world!