|Uploaded:||April 13, 2012|
|Updated:||April 13, 2012|
I know a lot of you folks are gonna fall in love with this adorable little critter. I knew I had to make a tutorial that was based on a hamster somehow, so what better way to upload a new hamster concept than to teach you "how to draw a hamster for kids", step by step. I must of had at least two hamsters when I was a kid. The first one I had died because my little brother and cousin let is slide down a long narrow plastic PVC tube to see if the hamster would get dizzy. When it came out at the other end, it was fine. But the next day I found poor Puffles laying on his exercise wheel with it's mouth open. It looked like he may have had a heart attack or something because it seemed as though he passed away when he was running on the wheel. I was so sad when I found him like that, and I vowed to never get another hamster again until I was older. Well, about four year later I got another hamster and this time it was a girl. I named her Buttons because she had two light colored tan patches over her eyes. She was the sweetest thing. Everything was fine with Buttons but then I lost interest in her so I gave Buttons to my cousin who loved rodent type pets. As a matter of fact it was the same cousin that wanted to sell me her ferrets. Anyways, Buttons lived a good life with her, but she passed on due to reasons unknown. This hamster that you will be drawing looks a lot like Puffles. I know the names seem weird but I guess it's because I'm a weirdo. Drawing animals is such a treat especially when I make them in this child like form. I had a lot of fun drawing a hamster for kids, and I know you will too. Enjoy this tutorial folks and be sure to leave comments, ratings, and even fav if you want. Peace people and keep a look out for more drawing fun coming your way.