How to draw a honey badger step by step | Animals easy to draw for kids and beginners

How to draw a honey badge with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.

How to draw a honey badge step by step

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

Step 1

Start by drawing a lovely face. Cover a small oval within a larger oval to form each eye. Line the eyes with curves above and below. Then use a series of overlapping curves to outline the muzzle. Seal a circle at the tip of the muzzle to indicate the nose.

Step 2

Draw a long curved line to form the rounded top of the head. Then draw a series of short curved lines to form tufts of fur on the cheeks and connect them to the muzzle. Shade a teardrop shape above each eye to represent the eyebrows.

Step 3

Use two “C” shaped lines to enclose each ear. Then, start outlining the shoulders and front legs. Use a series of curves to give it a feathery look.

Step 4

Use overlapping curves, some of which meet at points, to complete the front legs and draw the chest of the animal. Wrap a curved triangle at the tip of each toe to form a claw for digging.

Step 5

Draw the remaining front leg using curved lines. Again, draw a curved triangle at the top of each toe.

Step 6

Use curved lines to draw tufts of hair on the elbows, abdomen, hips, and first of the hind legs. Place a triangular curved claw at the tip of each toe.

Step 7

Complete online of badger. Use long and short curved lines to trace the back, fluffy tail, and one side of the hind legs. Notice how the seams are in jagged spots to give the badger a furry appearance.

Step 8

Use overlapping curved lines to draw the final hind leg. Don’t forget to add the triangular claws. Then detail the legs and sides with curved lines.

Step 9

Use a series of curved lines to draw an inverted triangle that crosses each eye. Notice how the lines intersect at the jagged points to create the texture of the fur. These are the badges’ iconic stripes. Draw a similar jagged line on the front leg.

Step 10

Color your smiling cartoon badger. Most badgers are marked with the colors black, white, and gray.

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