You may have seen many drawing tutorial videos on the internet, but with this brief and easy tutorial from our art hub, you’ll easily learn how to draw a bear step by step in six simple steps. One can achieve realistic results after some practice too. It is a very kid-friendly tutorial that can be followed quickly and effectively. You will have ideas of how to draw these wild animals into cute drawings. To get a picture of what you will be able to draw after finishing the tutorial, an image is given above.
Each individual step is listed below with pictures for a visual presentation; you can select any picture to get a clearer view. After you learn how to draw a bear step-by-step with this tutorial, please also roam our website and visit our other drawing tutorials.
Step 1: The Snout:
Make the head and snout initially. The crown of the skull resembles a huge ‘C’ with only a rough surface. The underside of the head is met by the snout.
Step 2: The face:
Now draw the eyes, nose, ears, and jaw to the picture to complete the face. At the front of the nose are two little eyes. On both sides of the skull, the ears are tiny and sharp.
Step 3: Ears:
Make triangle-shaped ears as shown above. The triangle should not go beyond the mane’s line. Also, add some curvy lines to show furs.
Step 4: The Back:
For the strong back, draw a big horizontal line. Just at the bottom, slightly give it a curve.
Step 5: Legs:
Draw a short line just after the mane to make the front legs. Add the paw to complete the front legs. Make sure to bring back the paw line to the mane line. Now, draw the belly line but make sure it is curved like in the picture above it. Join the belly line with a long and wide line to make the hind legs. Note that the hind legs are wider and longer than the front. Make the paws of the hind legs bigger too. Connect the hind legs line with the back line to complete the hind leg. Add the other front leg, close to the first one, and make the other hind leg a little shorter and in front of the first hind leg.
Step 6: Hands:
In the end, complete your drawing by adding two hands.