I have prepared a lesson in which you will learn how to draw a badger. This manual has nine simple steps with a detailed description.
So, I have prepared for you step-by-step instructions with which you will learn how to draw a badger step by step. This lesson will greatly help you to improve your artistic skills, as the ability to draw various animals is very important for any artist.
Surely, you have seen a badger more than once in various books, films and cartoons, and maybe in real life. The badger is a predatory animal with a sharp muzzle and thick, long, coarse hair. The body of a badger is black and gray, and the head is white with two black vertical stripes.
The badger makes a deep and branched hole. The same hole serves as housing for more than one year. At the same time, housing is constantly expanding. At night, the badger goes hunting, he eats insects, frogs, mice, as well as the fruits and roots of plants.
With this instruction, you can easily draw a cute badger. Also, in the future, you will be able to supplement any of your drawings with the image of this animal. For example, you can draw a forest or a clearing, as well as draw a badger there.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Badger
- Draw the outlines of the animal’s head and torso.
To complete this step, draw two shapes that look like ovals of different sizes.
- Add the front part of the head and the features of the eyes.
Next to the drawn outline of the head, draw curved lines, and also add an oval inside it.
- Depict the neck, ears, and nose of the badger.
In the upper part and on the edge of the outline of the head, draw curved lines, and also connect the ovals with arcs.
- Sketch out the outlines of the forelimbs of the badger.
At the bottom of the previously drawn torso, depict the two front legs using curved lines.
- Sketch out the outlines of the hind limbs of the animal.
From the bottom of the back of the torso, add some curved lines and an arc as shown.
- Draw the badger’s tail.
On the side of the back of the badger’s torso, depict the built-up tail using curved and wavy lines.
- Add details.
To depict the stripes on the badger’s head, draw curved lines, add zigzags on the front paws.
- Correct inaccuracies.
To prepare the drawing for coloring, you should remove unnecessary elements with the eraser.
- Color the drawing.
To color the badger, use different shades of gray and black.
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