How to Draw the Buffalo Bills Logo

Artist: Dawn / September 10, 2015

Step 1.

Let us make the oblong guide for the shape of the buffalo's body.

Step 2.

Using the shape you just made, sketch out the beginning start of the buffalo's body starting with the head, then the hump on the back and then the face and beard.

Step 3.

You will then draw in the thick stripe that flows across the body. This should also have a horn design to it as well.

Step 4.

Add detailing inside the stripe to make it more defined like you see here.

Step 5.

Lastly, draw in the rest of the buffalo's body which are the front legs, stomach and back legs. Notice how the bottom half of the body is formed using the bottom line of the stripe. Erase the mistakes if you made any, and then erase the guidelines.

Step 6.

When all is said and done you should end up with a Buffalo Bills logo like the one you see here. Just add some team color and show off your drawing to show love for your team.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 10, 2015
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Description: Up next we have a football team logo that is also a well recognized design even if you're not a fan of the Bills. Up next, we will learn how to draw the Buffalo Bills logo, step by step. The Bills have a logo of a buffalo that is in ramming motion. There is a red stripe that flows the length of the buffalo's body and I think it's to represent how bulls/buffaloes are attracted to the color red. Anyways, The Buffalo Bills are going up against the Indianapolis Colts and in current news, The Bills have signed a six year contract with defensive tackle Marcell Dareus. I guess it's a big deal as he said to be a beast on the field. Anyways, this lesson is pretty cut and dry. No real difficulty is going to come from this tut. If you are a Bills fan you should enjoy drawing the Buffalo Bills logo. One more football team coming up, and then some cool lessons will follow.