In this tutorial, I want to show you how to draw a groundhog. Use simple instructions to get useful skills and have a good time.
I am very glad that you want to learn how to draw animals, and now I will show you in detail how to draw a groundhog. This is a small rodent that hibernates in winter.
Groundhogs spend most of their lives sleeping. The groundhog has poor hearing, but excellent eyesight. Groundhogs live in large families and communicate with each other by whistling. Marmots are often used as pets. These rodents quickly get used to people and can be trained.
I hope you enjoyed learning some fun facts about groundhogs, and now you will be happy to draw this cute rodent.
It’s easy to do with this simple guide. Follow each drawing step in sequence and use small hints to help you draw the next element correctly.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Groundhog
- Draw the head.
Add the figure in which the upper part has a convex, rounded shape, and the lower part is flat.
- Sketch out the eyes.
To do this, depict two small ovals.
- Add the rest of the face.
Draw the small nose, depict the mouth with rounded lines and draw large front teeth.
- Depict the ears.
On the sides of the head draw two rounded ears and immediately add the inner part of the ear.
- Sketch out the torso and tail.
Add straight lines down from the head. On the side, depict the small tail that is raised up.
- Draw the outline of the hole.
Depict a smooth, rounded line around the groundhog.
- Add the front paw and detail the color.
Draw the paw with toes. Add the contour where the color of the fur will differ.
- Correct inaccuracies.
At this stage, remove unnecessary lines.
- Color the groundhog.
You will need beige, black and gray. Add highlights to the eyes.
Groundhog is ready! I hope that you did a great job with this creative task and you like the result of the work. For your convenience, I have prepared a PDF file in advance, which contains a short version of the lesson and additional useful materials.