|Uploaded:||September 10, 2010|
|Updated:||September 10, 2010|
I’m back and along with my return I bring another animal tutorial. Now just by looking at this lesson you will know that I have drawn a lot of lions in the past. But sometimes one of those tutorials needs to be updated so that there is just not one to choose from with the same heading. So having explained why I will be showing you once again "how to draw a lion", step by step, I think you will understand the need for me to do such a drawing if you where to go ahead and click on the lion I drew back in 2008. Lions are one of my favorite animals from the big cat family, and they have always been an extremely fun animal for me to draw. My skills at drawing lions have gotten better, although I will say that I am no pro yet. I don’t know why lions have a bit of a complex side to them, but I think it’s because they have such intense faces and bodies, and this is what makes replicating a lion difficult. The lion I drew in 2008 was just a plain old head shot, but today you will get a lesson on the whole lion, body and all. I didn’t want to make this tutorial too complex, so I tried to sketch a figure that was in a pose that could easily be replicated, and I also wanted to make sure the face was simple to sketch as well. Anyway, this time there really isn’t much I can say about these kings of the safari except have fun drawing a lion once again. I will be back shortly with another great lesson for you all to tackle. Keep those pencils at hand, and those minds thinking. Adios mi amigos!