Not really, no! You may find it a bit difficult if you’ve not drawn much before, but if you follow the instructions and practice drawing every day, you’ll get your tiger done better than you probably thought you ever could.
Italiano: Disegnare una Tigre, Español: dibujar un tigre, Deutsch: Einen Tiger zeichnen, Português: Desenhar um Tigre, Français: dessiner un tigre, Русский: рисовать тигра, 中文: 画老虎, Bahasa Indonesia: Menggambar Harimau, Nederlands: Een tijger tekenen
You can put them wherever you want, but try to make each side the same. You can also pause and play whenever you want. If you have a computer, use your space bar to play then pause.
What’s a big cat with stripes that doesn’t meow? It’s certainly not Garfield! Here’s a quick tutorial on how to draw a tiger!
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Sketch in the details. Add fur, whiskers, and claws. Don’t forget the tiger’s trademark stripes!
Draw two round-cornered triangles for the ears and another smaller set of triangles inside that. Draw a diamond shape for the nose and an inverted “Y” shape for the mouth. Add in two small circles for the eyes.
The tiger is the largest wild cat in the world. Tigers stretch over 6 feet long and can weigh up to 750 pounds (340 kg). Tigers hunt when it’s dark and can more easily sneak up on their prey. A tiger’s roar is so loud it can be heard 5 miles (8 km) away.
Unlike most cats, tigers actually enjoy being in the water and are quite agile swimmers. When exceptionally hungry, tigers have been known to devour up to 65 pounds (30 kg) of meat in one feeding.
Draw a few basic shapes to start. Sketch the head using a large circle and within that draw another to serve as the snout. Add circular facial guidelines to help you with features in subsequent steps.
Use an eraser that does not leave dark traces. I recommend the Tikky 20 eraser.
Add in two lines for the tail. They should be thicker at the base, tapering off to a slightly rounded end.
Yes, just simply draw it with less detail and make it more cartoonish. As you become more comfortable drawing your tiger you can slowly add more and more detail.
To make it cuter, enlarge the eyes and just make them look nice — not super mean. To make it attacking, try to find out how to draw the rest of the body and have it lying down on whatever you want it to be attacking, with claws out and mouth open, exposing its teeth.
How do I know where to draw the little triangles on the face when the instructions move so fast?
Outline the image and color it in! Make sure all excess guidelines are erased, and use mostly orange/brown with darker stripes for the body.
Here’s a video on drawing a more advanced but very realistic tiger.
Draw three ovals as guides for the body. Draw a small one for the neck and two large ones for the body.
Just keep trying, and when you think it’s good, there you have it.
Here are some facts about Tigers that you might find interesting.
Step 4: Complete the back leg and draw in the eyes, mouth and second front leg.
If you do it digitally, you can copy and paste, then flip it. On paper, it’ll be a bit more difficult.
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Two Methods:A Full Body TigerA Tiger (Head View)Community Q&A
Both types (full body and head) would probably be considered beginner tutorials.
Draw an inverted triangle with two lines at both sides for the nose.
Step 1: Begin by drawing the outline of the head and jaw of the tiger.
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This entry was posted in Step-by-Step on November 16, 2012 by maple.
Add in three large ovals for each leg. Put a small circle for each foot, with small ovals for the paws.
In this drawing lesson we’ll show you how to draw a Tiger in 6 easy steps. This step by step free lesson progressively builds upon each previous step until you get to the final rendering of the Tiger.
Add lots of detail and don’t press hard with your pencil. Then, you can rub it out easily without leaving marks.
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Based on the outline, draw the tiger head(make the jagged lines when drawing the tiger to make it look like fur).
It’s hard to draw the same stripes on both sides. How do I do this?
Step 6: Finally, add the stripes and finishing touches to its face, ears and claws.
Step 3: Finish drawing the front leg and sketch the rear, tummy, and back leg.
Draw lightly in pencil so that you can easily rub out mistakes. If you want to use markers/watercolors to color your drawing, use paper that is relatively thick and line over your pencil more darkly before doing so.
Start drawing the tiger by following each of the 6 steps in sequence.