How to Draw a cute Red Panda with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a circle or oval. This forms the head of the panda.
Next, extend a curved line below the head. Duplicate the line back to itself, enclose a circle, outline the body.
On one side of the head, extend a short and curved line. Then draw several curves, which meet at points, forming a zigzag pattern. Then, use a longer, curved line to connect the zigzag to the chin. Repeat this process on the other side to form a mirror image.
From the middle of the torso, extend a curved line. Allow the line to cross to the outside of the body, then double back to itself. This is one of the panda’s front legs. Take another curved line, use a curved line to form the other leg.
Erase the guide lines from the face and legs.
Draw a curved line on the body, roughly enclosing a circle. Then, connect the open edge of the circle to the front of the body using a short, curved line. This forms the raccoon’s hind legs. From the hips, extend a long and curved line around the front torso. Duplicate the line back to itself, cutting across the feet. This forms a long and thick tail.
Includes small ovals at the tip of each leg, indicating claws. Line the tail with parallel curved lines, indicating stripes.
For each ear, wrap a triangle and a smaller triangle inside it. Draw two circles in the center of the face to form the big eyes. Draw a small circle inside each eye and shade around it. On each eye, draw a “U” shape to the side. Then enclose the end of each “U” using a series of short curved lines that meet at jagged points. They form the panda’s eyebrows.
Add the final details to your red panda. Draw a rounded, upside-down triangle to form the nose. Place a small oval inside it and shade around it. Below the nose, outline two curved lines resembling a rounded “W” to form the mouth. Cover the mouth and the area between the eyes using short, curved lines that meet at the jagged points. Use similar lines to enclose a curved shape on each cheek. Finally, add textures of feathers to the top of the head, chest and front legs using short lines.
Color your red panda. In the wild, red pandas have reddish brown fur, black chest and feet, white ears and face, and darker brown rings around the tail.