How to Draw a Moose for Kids

Artist: Dawn / April 10, 2012

Step 1.

Let's start with the fun shall we? Begin by making two shapes, one for the moose's head and the other for the body. Attach the two with a neck line like so.

Step 2.

You will now draw out the entire shape of the moose head which should be big and blocky. Don't forget to make the outline of the ear, as well as the fury or hairy neck shape and line. Moose have a lot of hair on their bodies in certain areas.

Step 3.

You will now draw out the antlers like so, then color in two eyes, and draw two upside down U's for the nostril arches.

Step 4.

Almost done guys. Here you will work on getting the moose's body all drawn out. Start with the back, then round out the rear as well as draw the front legs, stomach, and back leg.

Step 5.

Finally for the last drawing step you will draw in the other back leg, then draw the hooves on each foot. Make the tail, then begin cleaning up your drawing.

Step 6.

Here you have a finished drawing of a moose in a for kids fashion. Color it in, and even include some other animals with your new moose.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: April 10, 2012
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Description: Look how cute this little moose came out. I wanted to make an animal that was not only easy to replicate, but I also wanted it to come out looking incredibly adorable. Unfortunately hunting season is approaching us with quickness and these moose that wander around in the wooded forests, will soon be hunted. Some folks believe that hunting is an act of cruelty, and then there are some that believe that hunting is a sport, or a means to put food on the table. I on the other hand don't hunt, but I have been invited to. I live in a part of the United States where hunting is part of living so for me it is a normal thing to recognize. Either way, just because moose are hunted, that doesn't mean you won't enjoy drawing a moose in a for kids style. Whenever I draw animals for kids I always try to make the animals look better, and more realistic so that when you tackle the lesson, you will be drawing something that at least comes out looking like the animal it supposed to be. have fun with this tutorial guys and don't forget to rate or comment on any or all the lessons you view. peace out and don't forget to join me another Live session tonight at 8pm eastern time.