How to Draw a Cub
Let's draw a bear cub. Draw a circle fro the head and then add the facial guidelines. You will then draw another smaller circle for the cub's nose or snout and then the rounded shapes for the ears. Next, draw another larger circle for the shape of th
You will now draw the shape of the cub's eyes, and then color in the pupils. Once that is done you can then draw the eyebrows, and then draw the shape of the nose tip and mouth as you see here. After that is done you can move to the next step.
You will now start sketching out the actual shape of the bear cubs head as you see here. Since a baby black bear has long soft hair, you will need to express the length of the cubs hair through art. Next draw in some detailing inside of the ears and
You are already almost done with this lesson. All you need to do now is sketch out the shape of the cub's back side and then the back paw and claws. Draw in a tail and then add some detailing fur lining as you see here.
For your last drawing step all you have to do is finish drawing the back leg and paw, as well as the belly. Next draw the front legs and clawed paws, as well as the fury chest that you see here. Erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in st
December 2, 2009
Description: Let's shy away from military vehicles as well as military attire. I want to now submit a tutorial that is going to be on one of the cutest baby animals in the world. Strap on your pencils to your hands because it is now time to learn “how to draw a cub step by step”. I chose to draw a black bear cub because to me that is the cutest baby bear out of all the bears of the world. Another reason why I chose the black bear, is because we recently added a new addition to our family, a solid black German Shepherd dog. We already have a German Shepherd now, and she is equally cute, we just thought that she needed a friend. Anyways black bear cubs are usually born in a litter of two or three. When born, they are blind, and very helpless. A female black bear will have her cubs in the middle of winter, and nurse her young until spring. That means for a good part of a cubs life, they grow up in caves until they are four months old. Once spring arrives they come out and greet the world with their over protective mother until they reach the age of two. The mother black bear will teach her young how to hunt for food, and how to stay out of harms way from hunters, and other predators that prey on small mammals. From the time they step out into the world, black bear cubs are excellent climbers, as well as social creatures. The cub that you will learn how to draw resembles a black bear perfectly, its just in cartoon form. All in all I think you will agree when I say that learning "how to draw a cub step by step" is fun, and easy. I have to bounce out of here once again,l but as you know I will return. Peace to the people, and happy drawing.