How to Draw a Polar Bear for Kids

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Make a large circle for the head, and then draw in the facial guidelines. Next, make another shape for the small body that is toppled with the head shape.


Draw out the entire shape of the polar bear's head like so, and then sketch in the fluffy cheeks. Draw in the ears and then move along to step three.


Okay guys, now you can draw out the large eyes like so, and then draw in the eyeballs. Next, color in a cute button nose, and make the lines for the mouth.


Draw the front legs like so, and then draw in the bear's chest too. You should have a drawing that looks like the one you see here.


For the last drawing step, draw out the back, butt, and then back legs like so. Add some dashes on each paw for the toes, and then draw in a cute cotton like tail. Erase the shapes you drew in step one to clean up the drawing and prepare it for color   


That's it, you are all done. I hope you liked learning how to draw a polar bear for kids guys, I had fun and your end result should be an adorable image.

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July 16, 2011

Description: Up next is a new approach on making a polar bear simple enough for everyone to create on your own. This tutorial is going to be just what you need when you want to have fun with your friends as you think of what you can do for an activity. Since a lot of the members that come to Dragoart are novice artist, I’m trying to make tutorials that can accommodate both new and intermediate skills. The best thing about learning from a simple lesson, is the fact that you can get a general idea on how to draw a specific animal, person, object, or even deigns like tattoos and such. With this submission you will learn the basics when it comes to teaching yourself "how to draw a polar bear for kids", step by step. With my new technique of making animals for kids, I’m actually cutting down on the amount of steps involved when it comes to turning drawings into tutorials. The polar bear is a popular attraction when visiting an aquarium or zoo. This was one of my favorite animals to watch through the big, thick looking glass at Roger Williams Park Zoo. Of course that was some time ago and to tell you the truth I don’t even know if the polar bear is still there. Anyways, have fun drawing a polar bear for kids, I will come back soon because I do still have more lessons on the way.

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