How to Draw Tony the Tiger

Artist: Dawn / April 17, 2015

Step 1.

We will start by drawing the head and body guide shapes followed by the facial guidelines. Draw the arm and tail guidelines as well.

Step 2.

Using the head guide define the shape of Tony's face/head like so. We will also incorporate the ear.

Step 3.

Draw in Tony's other tiger ear and then begin drawing his markings on the face like the bridge for his nose and tiger stripes on the sides of his face.

Step 4.

We will use the facial guidelines to draw in Tony the Tiger's big eyes. The eye lining should be thick and dark. Add a mouth, whisker holes and some whiskers. When that is done you can give Tony a smile and add a chin bump.

Step 5.

Okay folks, draw Tony's chest and then his signature scarf around his neck.

Step 6.

We will now draw the right arm and then Tony's left leg. Add the hand too as it's rested on the hand.

Step 7.

Draw Tony's left arm and hand then add the stripes on the arms as well.

Step 8.

Let's finish Tony off by drawing his right leg and foot followed by the tail. Add the tiger stripes to his legs and tail and then add shading to the tip of his tail. Erase mistakes that you might have made followed by the guidelines.

Step 9.

Here is the line art. Now you can color in Tony the Tiger to bring this active kitty to life.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: April 17, 2015
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