Start by drawing two shapes, one big round circle for the head, and then a small egg like shape for the body. Add in the guidelines for the face.
The only thing you have to do for step seven, is draw out the tigers eyes, and then draw the nose, mouth, and whiskers like before.
Like I said in step six, color in those thick bold stripes. When that is done you can draw in a few whiskers, and then erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up your big cat.
Okay guys, just simply draw the front legs and then move along.
Draw the rest of the tigers body like so, and then draw in the tail. Add the stripes last, and then begin erasing the guides and shapes you made in step one.
Now that the two body parts are drawn out, you can start sketching out the shape of the tigers head starting at the top, and then draw the ears, fluffy cheeks, and jaw.
What you will do now is draw in the stripes that surrounds the top half of the face and then draw in the half shaped eyes and eyeballs like so. Make the nose and draw the mouth as well as the whiskers.
There is more than five steps with this for kids tutorial because there is two animals you will be drawing. The first thing to do is draw two circles for the heads and then draw in the face guides.
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What you have to do now is draw out the thick tiger stripes on the body like so, and then move to step seven so you can color in those bold stripes.
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The first tiger is almost done. What you have to do now is draw out the body which is in a sitting pose. Make the front legs stubby and trunk like.
Hello everyone on Dragoart.com, how is your drawing day going thus far? Today I have some easy, but cool tutorials to submit. I will start things off by teaching you “how to draw tigers for kids”, step by step. My little sister practically begged me to make this lesson because she wanted so bad to be able to draw tigers in an easy manner. She has started playing Zoo Tycoon so that has a lot to do with her out œof the blue urge. The tigers in the lesson are adorable and very friendly looking just like they are in the game. My sister was very specific when she told me what to draw. The end results helped her out in the end, and she was successful with showing herself how to draw tigers. Now, my sister is nine years old and she was able to make the tigers pretty easily. If you are older than nine, you should be able to breeze right through this tutorial. I will be back either way because there is more stuff coming to a computer screen in front of you…..
Using the guidelines you drew in step one for the face, draw out two oblong shapes for the eyes, and color them in. Next, draw out the nose, and mouth or lips.
You will now finish drawing out the body by adding the rest of the chest, and drawing out the front and back legs. Don’t forget to give this tiger a tail.
Now it’s time I teach you all “how to draw a tiger for kids”, step by step. I wanted to make this tiger look a little like the lion for kids I drew a few days ago, but the idea didn’t pan out right for some reason. I’m trying to get all of the popular animals uploaded because that is what I keep getting requests for. When drawing this tiger, I think you will find that you are going to be able to make two or three tigers in a group because the tutorial is that easy. As you learn from this lesson, I want you guys to remember what it was like trying to draw a tiger starting from scratch before. Now all you have to do is follow the steps, and read the instructions. Have fun people, and don’t forget to let me know what else you would like to see…..
Here you will start with the left tiger. Draw out shape of the head and face like you see here. If you look closely you will see that the head kind of looks like a bell. Draw in the ears and then add inner ear detailing.
Draw the tail, toes, and stripes to complete this tiger. When you are done you can move onto tiger number two
Awe look how cute the tiger looks when you are all done. Now you can color it in and give this adorable tiger a name. Great work guys!
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You are now ready to start tackling the second tiger. Begin with drawing out the shape of the head and then draw in the ears, and stripes. The reason why you are covering a lot more with this tiger at one time, is because you should be familiar with what you have to do, and therefore you should be able to handle this task.
Now you will thicken the lining for the body like so, and then draw out the chest to create a neck line for your tiger.
Here is the line art when you are all done. Now that you have a cleaned up image, you can begin your coloring task.