How to Doodle Judge

How to Draw Judge or Judgment (drawing tips)

Step 1

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If someone asked you to visualize the word JUDGE or JUDGMENT or JUDGING, what would you draw? How about drawing a judge’s gavel to represent judgment? To begin your doodle, draw a rectangle in the middle of your page. Notice the angle and size of this rectangle.

Step 2

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Now draw a couple of smaller but elongated rectangles at the end of the rectangle you drew in step 1 above. Notice how both rectangles are the same size and mirror one another. This now becomes the head of our gavel.

Step 3

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For the handle of our gavel, draw another elongated rectangle. Notice where the handle meets the head of the gavel in the example above.

Step 4

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To draw the base, use two additional elongated rectangle shapes that are stacked one on top of the other. Notice how the top rectangular shape is slightly smaller than the bottom one. Kind of like drawing a step pyramid.

Step 5

how to doodle judge

Finish off your JUDGE doodle by adding a few more details and giving it some color. Notice how I have drawn a couple of lines on the top right side of the gavel. This shows that the gavel is in motion and about to pound down on the base.