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How to Draw Grinning Face Emoji


Have you ever had a bad day? You know, one of those days when it just seems like everything bad that can happen, is happening? You feel rotten right? You woke up late and missed breakfast. Then on your way out the door, you step in something smelly that your dog left behind - great. Miss the bus, you betcha...and now you have to walk to school. Just when you think it can't get any worse, it starts pouring rain.

Good grief!

Then, your phone dings. Wonderful - it's more bad news, you think...

But, its not! It's a message from your best friend and they've sent you a funny video. It makes you laugh, despite the smell, and the rain. And what's at the end of the text?

A grinning emoji. It made your day!

So what can you now do for your friend? You can draw them a grinning face emoji, of course! But you don't know how, you say? Well, that's no problem, because we've created this super simple, easy-to-follow drawing lesson, you can draw your very own grinning face emoji and brighten all of your friends' days!


Impress your friends and family by learning to draw this grinning face emoji and be sure and color it when you are all finished. If you are looking for more ideas on ´╗┐emoji to draw, be sure and check out the Emojipedia. This website is a fascinating and excellent resource that is completely dedicated to all things emoticon-related! Emojipedia has tons of different kinds of emoticons, as well as emoji of all kinds: smileys and people, animals and nature, food and drink, activity, travel and places, objects, symbols, and flags!


We'll be doing lots more videos on how to draw emoticons, just like our how to draw grinning face emoji, so be sure and subscribe to our HowtoDrawandPaint channel to get those videos as soon as they're released!

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