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How to Draw a Skunk for Kids

Artist: Dawn / August 17, 2011
How to Draw a Skunk for Kids

Step 1.

Like the donkey you will be making two shapes, one large one for the head, and then another but smaller circle for the body. Connect the two with a neck line.

Step 2.

You will be drawing the skunk's face or head from a side profile. Because of this you will only draw out almost one of everything. Make a line for the forehead, and then draw out the large ear as well as the rounded tipped hair or fluff.

Step 3.

The lining for the shape of the skunk's eye should be drawn to be very thick, dark, and bold. The top ends should lash up, and when that is done draw in an eyeball. Sketch the eyebrow, and then add some detailing inside of the ear as well as the nose   

Step 4.

Draw out the shape of the neck, and then draw in the chest, back line and then draw in the front legs and paws.

Step 5.

Draw the bottom of the belly and then draw out the back leg, foot, and large puffy tail which is boxy looking. As you can see the top part of the tail even looks like a graffiti style S.

Step 6.

Lastly, erase the lines, shapes, and mistakes that you may have made, and then draw in the toe lines on each foot.

Step 7.

Here is your pretty skunk once you are all done. Now have even more fun as you color in the little smelly animal as you bring this lesson to a close.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 17, 2011
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Description: Now that the chibi figures are all drawn out, I will now move onto another ‘for kids’ lesson that is going to be fun, and even cute. Up next are other animal tutorials, and to get things started, you will learn "how to draw a skunk for kids", step by step. I’m sure you realize that skunks are known for being smelly, ugly, and even pests. One of the worst things I hate about skunks is the incredibly strong odor that omits from their bodies, especially when they are lying dead in the street and your vehicle happens to pass over them. Luckily, I took out all of the ugly qualities of the skunk, and keep everything that was good. The end result wound up looking like the skunk from Bambi and to me, that’s cute. Drawing a skunk for kids is going to be a snap because I made sure to make the lesson easy enough for everyone to try. Besides, if it’s in the ‘for kids’ section, it’s bound to be easy anyway right? That’s it for this tutorial guys, meet you back in a jiffy. Adios amigos and peace out!