Learn how to draw a grizzly bear with an easy front view of their face and legs. Then make those lines wiggly for an easy furry looking animal.
This looks like a simple drawing project, but those are often turn out to be the best ones for adding extra elements to them. More specifically, two of the Elements of Art: Texture and Space.
The Texture is kind of implied, when the edges of the bear gets some fuzzy details added, and Space, when a large tree is included in the foreground, and lots of small ones in the background. Keep the trees all the same shape, just different sizes, and you have some instant perspective added.
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Time needed: 45 minutes.
How to Draw a Grizzly Bear
- Start the body.
- Draw the other half of the body.
- Draw the head.
- Start the nose.
- Finish the nose.
- Add two ears.
- Draw the claws.
- Add trees in fore and background.
- Trace with a fuzzy line for the bear and color.