|Date Added: January 5, 2010|
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Description: Well, it's now time to submit something that is from almost everyone's childhood, except for mine that is. There is so many concepts that can be drawn, and given to someone you care about and or love. One thing I have always done when I was younger is draw for my parents, and grandparents whenever I wanted to give them a gift or card. Drawing, expresses ones self in more ways then one. One of the things I used to draw, is what I will be giving you a lesson on now. You are all familiar with the Tatty Teddy tutorial right? Well, how about I teach you guys “how to draw a teddy bear, step by step”. There is so many ways you can draw a teddy, but I chose to sketch out a simplified version so that drawing a teddy bear will be easy for even the novice artist. These plush toys or stuffed animals come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. There is the giant three foot teddy bears, and the tiny two inch teddy bears. I for one like the ones that are somewhere in between. A twelve inch bear is the best, and the desired texture for one of these childhood heirlooms are usually soft, full of fluff, and extremely durable. Another reason why I wanted to do this lesson, is because I plan on visiting the “Build a Bear” workshop very soon. I want to make a Valentine bear for my grandmother who I haven't seen in over three years. The way I would like my teddy to look, is what you see here in this tutorial. The concept of the bear came out to be exactly what I imagined a plushy to look like. Drawing stuffed animals can be a very entertaining activity to do because you can come up with all kinds of different ideas. I guess that does it for me, and for this tutorial description. I will be back momentarily with some more drawing fun, but in the mean time try out this awesome lesson that will teach you “how to draw a teddy bear, step by step”. Peace out my active drawing friends, and happy drawing!