How to Draw an Easy Tiger

Artist: Dawn / September 24, 2010

Step 1.

Start with a circle for the head, and then draw the shape for the body like you see here. There is another round shape in the butt end of the tiger so make sure you add that as well. Lastly, add the guidelines for the legs, and tail.

Step 2.

Now you will start sketching out the shape of the tiger's head, face, and snout along with the ears, and back of head.

Step 3.

Draw in the other ear, and then start adding the eyes, nose tip, and then sketch in the sides of the cheeks. You will draw the back line, and chest.

Step 4.

Add the eyeball, and detailing to the ear. Next draw in the eyebrow, and then draw all the legs, and then the tail like you see here. Now because you will be adding the stripes in step five, you will need to start erasing all the guidelines and shape   

Step 5.

Color in the stripes, whiskers, and toes. That is all you have to do here, before you see what your drawing looks like at the end.

Step 6.

Here is the tiger now you are done. Color him/her in, and that's it, you just learned how to draw an easy tiger.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 24, 2010
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Description: I have another tiger tutorial for you guys right now, and as you can see with my new animal drawing style, they look cuter, and easier to draw. I combined the look of a chibi/anime/cartoon drawing style to create the animal design you see before you now. I did the same thing with the easy lion I uploaded a few days ago. Today I will be showing you guys "how to draw an easy tiger", step by step. There really isn't anything new to say about tigers except they are beautiful, powerful, and kings of the forest, or wherever they dominate a habitat. Tiger cubs are probably way cuter then lion cubs and I think it's because of their domestic house cat look. Lion cubs are amazingly cute as well, its just that I feel like a baby tiger is more, non-aggressive looking even if they are just as aggressive as a baby lion. How many times have one of you owned a cat that had a tiger pattern? I know I had more than one cat in my days that looked like tigers, as a matter of fact, two of my cats were named 'Tiger'. If there is one cat name that is used more than any other names for cats, Tiger has got to be one of them, along with Mittens, Boots, Kitty, and so many more. I guess that is all I have to say for this lesson. Its time that you learn "how to draw an easy tiger" too. I have one more easy tutorial for you all, so stay where you are, or don't go far. See ya peeps, and make sure you stay busy until I return.