How to draw Tigger from winnie the pooh step by step | Easy drawings tiger

How to draw Tigger from winnie the pooh with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.

How to draw Tigger from winnie the pooh 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 using overlapping curves to outline his head. Use one curve for the top of the muzzle, another for the forehead. Use “C” shaped lines to enclose the ears. Draw a curved line over the near ear, extending it to form one side of the face. Then, detail the insides of both ears using short lines.

Step 2

Wraps a variety of irregular shapes to form the muzzle and mouth. Start with the smallest, rounded triangular shape of the nose. Then wrap larger and larger shapes around it.

Step 3

Face details. Paint a small dot for one eye, a curved line for its wink. Use curved lines to draw eyebrows and beard. Draw many small dots on the muzzle below the whiskers.

Step 4

Draw some small, curved triangles on Tigger’s face, some from the top of his head and some from the base of his jaw. Shade the triangles to form their bands. Then, use long, curved lines to outline the outstretched arm and hand. Hand detail with a short, curved line.

Step 5

Use a series of curved lines to outline the other arm and hand, again detailing the palm with a short line. Then, extend the curved lines underneath the arms to form the back and abs.

Step 6

Extend a curved line from below the belly and fold it back in half to form the raised shins and feet. Use the second line around the top of the leg.

Step 7

Use a series of curved lines to enclose the Tigger’s remaining legs and feet.

Step 8

Use curved lines to enclose the model under the Tiger’s belly and the pads on the bottom of its paws. Extend a curved line from the hips and fold it back in half to form the tail.

Step 9

Draw small triangles all over Tigger’s body – arms, legs, sides and tail. Include a few rectangles on the tail, including the head. Shade these shapes to form Tigger’s stripes.

Step 10

Colored tiger. He is orange with cream-colored belly and facial markings, and a red-pink nose.

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