How to draw a snow leopard step by step || Easy to draw leopard

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

How to draw a snow leopard step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Start by drawing three circles close to each other. Notice that one circle is smaller than the others; this will form the big cat’s head. Also pay attention to the position of the circles. The one in the middle is lower than the others. These two larger circles will help you outline the animal’s shoulders and hips.

Step 2

Draw a curved line through the top of the small circle, outlining the leopard’s eyebrows. Then, draw rounded triangles on either side of the line, erasing as necessary. They will form the ears of the snow leopard. Next, draw a long and curved line down from the last circle to form the tail.

Step 3

Sketch the jaws of a snow leopard. Using a long and curved line starting outside the top circle, go into the circle and duplicate back to itself. Note the bulge of the upper snout and eyebrows, and the way the lower jaw opens as the line doubles in on itself.

Step 4

Draw long, curved lines connecting the circles, forming the neck, shoulders, back, and belly. Remove the remaining guides on top from the original circle.

Step 5

Detail of the cat’s face. Draw small curved shapes to indicate the eyes and nose.

Step 6

Draw small circles that overlap the bottoms of the large circles at the shoulders and hips. These guides will help you create the shape of the leg. Below the body, outline flat circles on one side to assist in drawing the feet.

Step 7

Draw pairs of curved lines connecting the small circles to the feet, forming the legs. Then use curved lines to detail the toes on each foot.

Step 8

Delete any remaining instruction lines. Use curved lines to outline the neck, front leg, remaining hind leg, and toes.

Step 9

Use a long, curved line to finish the tail. Then, use curved lines to draw irregularly shaped spots all over the snow leopard’s body and stripes on its legs and tail.

Step 10

Color your snow leopard. The snow leopard’s coat is usually white or cream with black or brown spots.

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