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How to Draw a Kangaroo for Kids

Artist: Dawn / June 24, 2011
How to Draw a Kangaroo for Kids

Step 1.

Simply make two circle for your kangaroos' body. One for the head, and the other for the body and then connect the two shapes with a connecting neck line.

Step 2.

You will now start this second step by first drawing out the front part of the kangaroo's head and then make the ears. The ears almost look like rabbit ears.

Step 3.

Draw out and color in a large Friendly looking eye, and then draw out the neck, nose tip, and add the whiskers.

Step 4.

Begin drawing the re4st of the head and then add the lining that forms the back, tail, thigh, round stomach, and then some of the arm.

Step 5.

Finish drawing out the arms, and then get the rest of the leg and long foot added as well. Don't forget to add those hands, and a dash for the pouch.

Step 6.

To finish off this lesson draw in the rest of the tail, and the other foot. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up the drawing.

Step 7.

Here is your kangaroo for kids, and as you can see it came out great. Color her/him in and you are all done.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 24, 2011
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Tags: draw a kangaroo, draw for kids, how to draw kangaroos
Description: I hope everyone is having fun today with the new lessons that are going up even if they are not what you’re looking for. Today I have two more for kids’ tutorials going up and this one is on "how to draw a kangaroo for kids", step by step. Kangaroos are animals from Australia and they are amongst the many that are highly recognizable to almost everyone in the world. I find it so amazing how these large marsupials give birth to such tiny babies. When the little Joes’ are born they actually crawl their way all the way up to the mothers pouch. Anyways, this is going to be a fun lesson to tackle because there is no cooler way to make a kangaroo then drawing a kangaroo for kids. I made sure that this animal was drawn and laid out to be incredibly easy to follow. I do believe that you will enjoy what I have in store for you right now. I also have some other fun stuff to draw with my return. As of right now I will be leaving this description to move onto something else. So have fun and be sure to try and stay put on Dragoart.com.