Use an eraser that does not leave dark traces. I recommend the Tikky 20 eraser.
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
Draw several thick, curved lines on each side of the nose to indicate that the face is wrinkling in a snarl. Draw two more stripes at the top of the head.
Connect the bottom of the figure using a series of short, curved lines. The lines should meet in jagged points.
Color your tiger. Tigers are typically either white or orange in color with black stripes.
Draw an inverted triangle with two lines at both sides for the nose.
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.
If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Cartoon Cow, Bear, and Cartoon Pig.
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.
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.
Bengal and Siberian tigers (Panthera tigris) are well known and much beloved for their striking striped coats. Tigers are huge jungle cats, weighing up to 675 pounds. Tigers are also an endangered species – there are only a few thousand tigers left in the world. The face of an angry, roaring tiger is used in the art of many of the Asian countries that the tiger once called home, such as South Korea and China.
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.
Connect the tops of the lines using a series of curved lines. Each side will include a sideways “U” shaped line to form the ears.
It’s hard to draw the same stripes on both sides. How do I do this?
Draw two curved lines at the top of each ear, meeting at a point on each end. Shade the curved shape. Below this curve, draw several short, curved lines to give detail to the ear. Draw several more curves across the top of the head. Shade the curved shapes.
Draw a series of curved lines within the mouth, passing behind the largest teeth. These lines will form the tongue and indicate the opening of the throat.
Extend several curved lines downward from the top of the mouth. Allow the lines to meet in sharp points, forming teeth. The teeth on the far left and right should be longer than the others.
Draw a curved line beneath the nose. Connect it to the nose using a short, straight line. Draw a second curved line beneath the first, enclosing an irregular shape.
Add in three large ovals for each leg. Put a small circle for each foot, with small ovals for the paws.
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!
Draw a thick, zigzag shaped stripe on both sides of the mouth.
Add in two lines for the tail. They should be thicker at the base, tapering off to a slightly rounded end.
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.
To the left of the circle, draw a series of short, curved lines. Allow the lines to connect in jagged points, forming a ruff of fur.
How do I know where to draw the little triangles on the face when the instructions move so fast?
Both types (full body and head) would probably be considered beginner tutorials.
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.
Just keep trying, and when you think it’s good, there you have it.
Would you like to draw your very own tiger? Now you can, by following this easy, step-by-step drawing tutorial. All you will need is a pencil and a piece of paper. You may also want to use an eraser to correct any mistakes, and crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color your completed tiger face.
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Each step of this simple drawing guide is illustrated. In each picture, new lines added in that step are highlighted in blue, while lines from previous steps are shown in black. You may want to sketch lightly at first, as you will need to erase some of your early lines, called guide lines, as you go along.
Below the curved shapes, draw the eyes. Each eye will consist of two curved lines. Allow the top line of each eye to extend beyond the bottom line on both sides.
Sketch in the details. Add fur, whiskers, and claws. Don’t forget the tiger’s trademark stripes!
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.
Based on the outline, draw the tiger head(make the jagged lines when drawing the tiger to make it look like fur).
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Repeat this process of drawing and shading to produce a mirror image on the opposite side.
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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Draw several curved lines upward from the bottom of the mouth, allowing them to meet in sharp points.
From the corner of each eye, extend several curved lines to form the bridge of the nose. Draw an enclosed, curved “T” shape using several curved lines.
Draw a circle within each eye. Draw a tiny circle within the first, and shade between the two circles. Shade the area between the mouth and the tongue.
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Draw thick, curved lines extending upwards from the sides of both eyes.
Add lots of detail and don’t press hard with your pencil. Then, you can rub it out easily without leaving marks.
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.
Draw three ovals as guides for the body. Draw a small one for the neck and two large ones for the body.
Draw a series of enclosed shapes on the right side of the tiger’s face using curved lines. The shapes should be narrow and end in a point on each side. Draw a triangle extending below the eye. Shade the shapes.