How to Draw Tribal Fennekin

Artist: Dawn / May 13, 2014

Step 1.

Get started by drawing two guides for the head and body like so.

Step 2.

In this second step all you have to do is draw the structure of Fennekin's face shape. This should also include the fur cheek that swoops to the right side.

Step 3.

Use the one facial guide to draw in the arches of the eyes like so. Be sure the lining is thick.

Step 4.

Now we will start drawing some simple tribal lines to form the face. Draw a diamond like shape on the forehead, then draw in the oblong lined eyes, color in a nose and add a small dash for the mouth.

Step 5.

Fennekin's ears are very large so you have to convey this within the drawing. Make the outer shapes of each ear without closing off the head shape. This means you will leave gaps at the base of the ear where it would normally connect to the head. Add   

Step 6.

Get started with drawing the body by making a similar shape of the marking you drew on Fennekin's forehead. Once that is done draw in the legs but they end up coming out looking like hooves. Color the limbs in, then proceed to step seven.

Step 7.

Continue to work on the body by drawing the back end in a tribal manner. The back leg, fluffy butt and back should all be one lined. Once again make the diamond like swirl on the back as well.

Step 8.

Finish drawing tribal Fennekin by making a wide cone shape, then color it in to look like the tip of the tail. Erase the mistakes and guides when you are happy with the end results.

Step 9.

Here is the tribal line art once you are all done. You can choose to add color if you like, or leave it be the choice is yours.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 13, 2014
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