how to draw an easy bear

How to Draw an Easy Bear

Step 1.

Draw a medium sized circle for the head, and then add the guidelines which connect the head to the round body, and draw the guidelines for the face.

Step 2.

Now you can start sketching out the shape of the bears head which should include the ears, and cheeks like so. When that is done just simply move to step three.

Step 3.

Continue to sketch out the body by making out the lining for the front legs. There is some furry elbows as you can see so don't forget to add that as well. Lastly, detail inside of the ears after you draw out the left one, add some eyebrows, and the perfect shapes for the eyes.

Step 4.

Yes, you are on your last drawing step. Finish drawing in the eyes, draw the nose tip and snout, the smiling mouth line, and the rest of the body starting with the back, butt, thighs, and stomach. Draw in the back paws, and all of the long clawed nails on each foot and paw. And finally, draw the tail, and erase all the lines and shapes you drew in step one.

Step 5.

Here is the awesomely drawn, absolutely adorable easy bear. All you have to do is color him in. I hope yo had fun guys!

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Uploaded: October 9, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 5
Updated: October 9, 2010
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Artist comments

Hey everyone, I’m back today with another awesomely cute tutorial that I think you will enjoy. I know some of you have been getting a little bored with all the easy lessons that has been going up lately, and I promise this will be the only easy tutorial I will submit today. To start this weekends fill, I will show you "how to draw an easy bear", step by step. I don’t think I need to say too much in this description because there is a ton of drawings I’ve submitted over time based on bears. The reason why I thought an easy bear would make a great lesson, is the fact that I don’t have any tutorials on an easy bear, and because bear hunting season in my area is in full throttle. The bear is fairly easy to draw which means you shouldn’t run into that many walls while you try out this lesson. There is a bunch of different background ideas you can come up with when your drawing is complete. For me I chose to keep this bear in his natural habitat just so he/she is happy. Well, that does it for now, and since today is Saturday, you should be able to stick around until I return with something new. Peace out people!