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How to Draw Tears of Joy Emoji


I don't think I've ever experienced the phenomenon known as tears of joy. But I came close once.

You see, I once won a TON of money. No kidding - a lot of money, all at once. We're talking mondo denaro here, like winning the lottery, with the giant cardboard check with all the zeroes written on it.


I had never won anything before in my life, and here I was, standing next to one of my best pals in the world (with whom I had won the money) and we're holding this giant check, in this really nice restaurant (where we'd just had this deluxe, top-of-the-line meal) and we're grinning like mules eating briars while folks are snapping our pictures left and right.

I know, you're thinking this is a story here, but I'm being completely honest. Really.

To make this account even better, I had just been laid off from my job and them WHAM! I win a ton of money.

If there were any day in my life that I would have been tempted to send a tears of joy emoji to someone, it would have been that day.

I don't send emojis. Ever.

But that day, I would have sent one, if I'd known what they were, and if I'd known how.

Luckily for me, I can learn to draw one now, and that's what I'm about to do. I'm going to head over to the HowtoDrawandPaint channel on Youtube, because I've heard they have this cool lesson that's pretty simple, and it teaches you to draw a tears of joy emoji.

So, I'm heading over there now. I think you should come with me. I'm gonna color mine when I'm done. What about you?


Impress your friends and family by learning to draw this tears of joy 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 tears of joy emoji, so be sure and subscribe to our HowtoDrawandPaint channel to get those videos as soon as they're released!

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