How to Draw Be My Valentine, Be My Valentine Bear

Artist: Dawn / January 18, 2012

Step 1.

Draw a round shape for the head and then make the shape for the body. Sketch in the face guides and move along.

Step 2.

You will now use the circle you just drew in step one to draw the shape of the head, and then the fluffy cheeks. Draw in each ear and move to step three.

Step 3.

Using the face guides, draw in the shapes of each eye, and then color in big pupils like so. You will also draw the marking line for the muzzle and then add the small nose and mouth. Next, draw in the inner ear detailing as well as the stitch lines t   

Step 4.

The next thing you will do is draw in the arms, and then draw the heart that the bear is gripping on as you see here.

Step 5.

For the last step draw the legs, bum, and then draw in the feet as well as the foot padding. Don't forget to sketch in the detailing which is the stitch lines and belly marks. Erase your mistakes to prepare this bear for some fun color.

Step 6.

Here is your adorable Valentine bear when you are all done. The tough choice now is to choose what colors you will use to color in your drawing. Make sure to upload your finished work when you are done if you can.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 18, 2012
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Description: How long has it been since I uploaded something new for the Valentine's Day section under 'Seasonal'? It's been too long that's how long, so since one of the more popular things I have on the site for Valentine’s Day is the heart bear, I figured that a cute, new tutorial on "how to draw be my Valentine", would be something that folks would love especially if they are prone to make their own cards for the sweetheart occasion. Remember what I said in previous lessons, Valentine’s Day is not just a day for sweethearts. It’s also a day that children can show and tell their parents how much they love them as well as show how much they care. I used to love making my parents my very own Valentine’s Day cards using construction paper when I was just a wee girl. Nowadays it’s my eight year old sister that does all the artwork for the holidays, and every drawing comes out perfect. The heart that the adorable plush bear is holding can say things like “Be Mine”, ‘I love you”, or even ‘Happy Valentine’s Day’. I love the cute red cheeks and light brown coloring job, but you can choose to make your bear all white with read accents if you like. If you have been looking for a new, updated version of a Valentine heart bear, here it is. I hope you have fun drawing Be my Valentine, because I know I did. I shall return once again folks and this time, no more baby animals or Valentines stuff. If you have any suggestions for Valentine tutorials, please let me know because I am fresh out of ideas. Anyways, enjoy and be sure to rate and comment.