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How to Draw a Halloween Panda, Halloween Panda

Artist: Dawn / October 25, 2011
How to Draw a Halloween Panda, Halloween Panda

Step 1.

Start off by making two shapes, one for the head and another for the body. Sketch in some light facial guides like so.

Step 2.

Trace the shape you just drew in step one to thicken the head shape. Once that is done make the ears, and then draw in the high cape collar.

Step 3.

Using the facial guides you made in step one, draw out the oval shapes of the rings around the eyes, and then draw in the actual eyes and eyeballs.

Step 4.

Draw the nose, mouth and fangs, and then draw in more of the cape.

Step 5.

Draw the arms which should be short, stout and stiff or firm looking. When that is all done you can make the hands and fingers.

Step 6.

All you have to do here is draw the back, thighs, feet, and big round stomach. This is very easy.

Step 7.

To finish off the last step all you have to do is draw in the cape, and then the tail. Erase the lines and mistakes you made along the way to clean things up and prepare for color.

Step 8.

The line art should come out looking awesome just like you see here. Now you can color him in to perfection. Well that's all I have for this lesson, now you can try out something else.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 25, 2011
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Tags: how to draw pandas, how to draw halloween stuff
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