How to Draw a Panda Cat, Panda Animal

Artist: Dawn / May 24, 2017

Step 1.

Start off by drawing a head shape, then add a facial guideline.

Step 2.

Begin sketching out the fluffy head as well as the chubby cheeks. Make sure that their is two strands of hair at the top of his head.

Step 3.

Next, add the cat ears which sort of look like bat ears too.

Step 4.

Now you will draw the large circle shapes that will be the mask of the eyes. Sketch out the nose as well as the bridge of the nose. Make the mouth and you're done.

Step 5.

Here you will draw out the almond shaped eyes, then add a slight detail to the nose tip which is a simple slit.

Step 6.

We will work on drawing the half cat, half panda body. Draw out the arms and paws, then sketch out the shape of the big fat belly.

Step 7.

Draw in the thighs, the feet, the bottom of the feet which should also include the paw padding. Sketch in the body detailing like so.

Step 8.

Lastly, draw out the long feline tail, and notice how the tail is under the bum. Erase the mistakes that you made while drawing your panda cat.

Step 9.

Here is this chub of fun when you're done. Color it in and move onto the next lesson.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 24, 2017
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Tags: how to draw cats, how to draw pandas
Description: So I wanted to switch up the style today and prepare a odd yet interesting tutorial. In his lesson, I'll present to you with simple steps so you can learn "how to draw a Panda Cat", step by step. I had so much fun working on the sketch, ink, and most of all, the coloring. I've tried to give it the coloring style like those Disney covers for the cartoons like Lion King, Aladdin, and Jungle Book. Hopefully, this is as appealing to try as it looks. Prepare yourself with the required tools to begin sketching. I'd prefer to use varied softness of Graphite pencils, a big kneaded eraser, sharpener, and a few sheets of paper if you create too many mistakes. Anyways, take care! I hope you'll enjoy working on this one as much as I had creating it. Stay tuned for more!