How to Draw a Baby Grizzly Bear

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Begin by making an uneven circle for the head of the baby grizzly. When that is done sketch in the facial guidelines.


The next thing we will need to do is sketch out the actual shape and or structure of the baby grizzly's head. Draw the ears, hair on the forehead, and the fluff under the corners of the ears.


Using the facial guidelines you will draw out the large shapes of the eyes, then draw the nose, mouth or lips, then sketch in the detailing in the ears under the mouth and above the eyes. Take your time so your baby bear comes out ultra cute.


Draw the shoulders then the arms. When that is done you have to incorporate the shape of the torso followed by all the hairy fluff that bears usually have on their bodies.


For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw in the back end, as well as the back feet. Draw and color in the foot pads on the back legs, then draw the small tuft of hair for the tail. Like all bears, (especially grizzles), draw the long claw   


Here is what your adorable bear looks like when you are all done. Color in the little bugger so you have a nice drawing.

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December 18, 2012

Description: There is so much to do with so little time to do everything I need to. I will start things slow and easy by uploading a lesson on "how to draw a baby grizzly bear", step by step. The adult version of these bears are no animal to recon with especially when they are on the prowl for food. Of course you wouldn't think that the adorable face you see before you now could ever maul someone, but they could. Let's not think about that now. Instead lets focus on drawing a baby grizzly which is going to be both fun and simple. I do hope that you will all enjoy this lesson. I have to go now, but I will return in a bit with more tuts. Peace out people.

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