|Uploaded:||October 25, 2010|
|Updated:||October 25, 2010|
Wow, it has been getting really cold these past few days. So cold in fact, it’s almost impossible to sit with just a shirt on in my house. I literally have to wear a sweater or two no matter what I do around the house. It sort of reminds me of being a bear that is about to go into hibernation. Bears are a fantastic species, and to celebrate there awesomeness, I wanted to submit this tutorial that is going to teach you "how to draw bears", step by step. This isn’t just any tutorial; I’ve included some really helpful tips, and diagrams that lay out the structure, body, and genetic makeup of the almighty forest king, the bear. How many different types of bears are there? Well, let’s think about that for a minute. I know there are black bears; grizzly bears, panda bears, and of course polar bears. But I think I’m missing a few bear species for some reason. Oh wait a minute, I am. There is actually eight different types of bears in existence around the world. The bears I haven’t named are as follows; there is also the Asiatic black bear, the sloth bear, a species called a spectacled bear, and a sun bear. If you Google some of these odd bear names, you will come across some pretty amazingly weird looking bears that I know I have never seen before. Anyways, I think you will like this tutorial because it has everything to do with "how to draw bears". I will be back soon with more fun stuff to draw. Adios people, and have a pleasant drawing day!