How to Draw a Baby Tiger Cub
Let's get started. Begin with a circle for the head then draw a small shape for the body. Sketch in the facial guidelines.
The next thing we will do is draw out the ears, then sketch in the tuft of fluffy hair on top of the tiger's head. Notice the ears are bulky so be sure not to draw them too small.
We will sketch out the face shape for our baby tiger cub next, and when you do this be sure the cheeks and chin have that hairy lining. As you know these big cats are hairy.
Now that the face shape is all done, we can work on getting the eyes drawn out. Draw two circles, then draw a nose, whiskers and mouth or lip lines.
Sketch out the neck, then draw the small body beginning with the back, chest and tail. The tail has a bit of an angle to it, but you can draw a curvy style tail if you like.
For the last drawing step draw four limbs, and make sure the paws are bigger then the legs because tiger cubs have big paws that they have to grow into. Add the toe lines and erase your mistakes.
April 4, 2017
Description: I said there was going to be three baby animal tutorials so here is the second. Up next here is "how to draw a baby tiger cub", step by step. Tigers are awesome animals because they are so beautiful and fascinating. One of my favorite types of tigers is the white tiger. In fact, just recently my little sister went to a zoo located in York Maine and it was there that she saw for the first time, a white tiger. She said it was wicked cool and to prove that she did see the big cat, she took a few pictures using her small digital camera. My mother actually got a chance to take a picture of the tiger while it was yawning, and all you seen was a mouth full of chompers. Anyways, drawing a baby tiger will be awesome and simple so I hope you enjoy. Adios and peace out.