In this tutorial you will learn how to draw a tiger step by step easily. I am sure that you will like this instruction and get a good result.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw a tiger step by step. I am sure that this lesson will be very interesting for you and you will enjoy the creative process.
The tiger is a large animal from the cat family. The tiger has a very beautiful orange color. Usually, the upper part of the body is darker and the lower part is lighter. The entire body of the tiger is decorated with black stripes of various sizes and shapes. The tiger is very strong, muscular, fast, and agile. This is a dangerous predator.
But in this tutorial, the tiger is presented in a cartoon style and looks completely harmless, even very cute. In the figure, the tiger has a large head and a relatively small body, the paws are very short. You can easily draw such a tiger if you carefully follow all the steps of drawing.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Tiger Step by Step
- Draw the head and torso.
First, draw a circle and then draw the torso with a smooth line.
- Depict the nose and mouth.
Draw the nose in a triangular shape, and add two short, rounded lines to depict the mouth.
- Sketch out the eyes and ears.
Draw two small ovals for the eyes. Depict two ears on the head with a rounded line.
- Add details.
Complete the shape of the head and draw the inside of the ear.
- Draw the front paws.
With smooth lines add two short front paws that are located side by side.
- Depict the hind legs.
With smooth lines draw the hind legs, which are located at some distance from each other.
- Sketch out the tail.
Draw the long, narrow tail using curved lines.
- Correct inaccuracies and add stripes.
Erase the extra lines and add small stripes on the head, paws, back, and tail.
- Color the tiger.
You will need orange and black for the stripes. Color the nose and the inside of the ear in pink.
Fine! Now you have learned how to draw a tiger step by step and there is one more animal in your collection of drawings. I hope you enjoyed this lesson.
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