how to draw baby winnie the pooh

How to Draw Baby Pooh

Step 1.

Okay to draw baby Winnie the Pooh you will need to draw a big circle shape for his head. Next add the facial guidelines and then draw a connecting line which is the neck to another shape for Winnie's body.

Step 2.

You will now use your facial guidelines and draw in Pooh Bears small beady eyes as well as color them in. Next draw cheek bumps as you see here, and then draw a nose and small smirk.

Step 3.

Okay you will now start sketching out the shape of baby Winnie the Poohs head shape you see here. Make sure you sketch out the ears and detail them inside as you see here. Also make sure you sketch out the fuzzy looking lines for Winnie the Poohs head shape.

Step 4.

All you have to do here is sketch out the beginning shape of Winnie's body.

Step 5.

Draw the top rounded arch for his nose and then draw out the arms and or shirt sleeves. Draw the bottom line of the shirt and then draw the stubby baby legs and feet. Erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 6.

When you are done your drawing should look like this. Color him in and you have just finished this lesson on "how to draw baby Winnie the Pooh step by step".

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Uploaded: October 7, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: January 4, 2011
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Artist comments

I was breezing through the internet yesterday after I was done with work, and I came across one of the most cutest pictures I have ever seen. That very same picture inspired me to draw something a bit different, but recognizable. For my first tutorial of the day I will be showing you “how to draw baby Winnie the Pooh", step by step. Winnie the Pooh is as you know, a very popular character with boys, girls, and even adults. This character was developed by Disney and created by A.A. Milne. Over the years of Winnie’s existence, we refer to him as Pooh Bear instead of spelling out or saying his full name. I for one, have grown up with Winnie the Pooh both visually and mentally. What I mean by mentally is, I used to have a bunch of toys that was a collection of all the characters from Winnie the Pooh. I can’t even choose just one character that I like best out of the bunch because they are all very unique, cute, and fun. I guess the only character I really didn’t care too much about was Christopher Robin, and I think that is because he wasn’t one of the animals. This drawing that I did last night came out incredibly cute, and I know that it will be loved and favorited throughout the site. Well that is all I really have to say about him, I think it is now time that you guys learn “how to draw baby Winnie the Pooh step by step”. I shall return shortly so stay tuned in to see what comes your way next. Peace!