How to Draw a Sabertooth for Kids

Artist: Dawn / August 21, 2011

Step 1.

Begin with one circle for the head, and then draw out an egg shape for the body of the sabertooth. Add the face guide.

Step 2.

Here you will begin sketching out the actual formation of the sabertooth's head and long hairy cheeks. When that is done be sure to draw out the round ears too.

Step 3.

Next thing you will do is draw out the large eyes, and then draw in a line on each eye that will form an eyeball. Draw out the nose, lips, and then draw out the long sharp teeth followed by the chin and inner ear detailing.

Step 4.

Okay guys, all you need to do now is draw out th neck, and then draw the front part of the arms or shoulders.

Step 5.

Finish drawing out the front legs and get the paws drawn out too. As you can see your Sabertooth for kids is coming along nicely.

Step 6.

Draw out the back end of the Sabertooth, and then draw the hind legs. You will also need to draw out the short tail, and then draw in the toes like so. Erase the guides and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up the sketch.

Step 7.

Here is the finished drawing when you are all done. Now you can tackle the task of coloring in your newly drawn sabertooth tiger.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 21, 2011
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Description: Hello Dragoart members! So I was randomly drawing yesterday and I somehow ended up drawing a cub like creature that looked a lot like a Sabertooth tiger. Then I realized that what I was drawing was in fact exactly what I thought it was. Now today I am going to teach you "how to draw a Sabertooth" for kids, step by step. This is going to be an easy task to take on and when you are done I hope that you will all enjoy this lesson because this Sabertooth for kids is actually cuter than a real deal beast from thousands of years ago. I actually made a lesson on another beast that was around the same time that this guys was. The end results for both are guaranteed to please anyone that tries to take on drawing a Sabertooth tiger for kids. Peace out people, and I hope you enjoy your artistic day!