Here’s a cute fox drawing that includes a little perspective lesson too. Keep it simple by focusing on just his face and tail.
This fox face is drawn large and near the bottom of the paper, so there’s a whole lotta room to get creative with the background. One simple idea is add trees that get smaller and smaller. It adds some extra dimension to your drawing.
I like this tutorial for young artists as they can just concentrate on the head and fluffy tail, and not worry about the legs. It’s also a great reminder that things you draw can sometimes be so big they don’t even fit on your piece of paper. (A simple concept, but sometimes a new one for those just learning how to draw.)
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- Prep: Print tutorial for each student.
- Draw guide lines on paper or fold in half to make creases.
- Use the tutorial to draw the fox in pencil.
- Trace the fox with a black marker.
- Color the fox with crayons or oil pastels.