I’m back, for a while :3 It has been a long time since I have uploaded stuff, and I uploaded a simple tutorial on how to draw a fox, but more of a share; a lesson found on DragoArt. Oh! That’s right. DragoArt is a great place to visit if you want to learn how to draw animals for kids. I’ll upload original stuff, sooner or later, but when there isn’t anything here, check out DragoArt!
Hello, and sorry for a long delay of posting tutorials. I was a bit busy with other projects, and have decided to share tutorials from the internet, since I do not have the time to create original content. This tutorial has been snatched from DragoArt. You can view the tutorial there by clicking this link: How to Draw Foxes for Kids. I have found this lesson quite simple for those who want to draw animals for kids, and I highly recommend checking more of DragoArt tutorials within this category page: Animals for Kids. There are much more tutorials out there, but I truly believe that DragoArt has some decent content :3
I love you enjoy the lesson, below, and please share with your friends on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, or whatever xD Good luck, and keep on drawing
Here’s another drawing tutorial that teaches you how to draw a squirrel for kids.
Hoped you enjoyed! If you want, you can learn how to draw a squirrel here: how to draw a squirrel. It’s a great tutorial created by one of the most famous online artist, Dawn.
How could I ever forget to teach you guys how to draw a snake for kids. Allthough it’s quite simple to draw, there is always this saying I would say; “Little things could get bigger – a lot bigger.” Nice to know huh? Well, this tutorial shouldn’t be as hard like other drawing tutorials on this website. This is very simple, it’s like drawing a worm. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? Let’s not talk as much anymore. Let’s move on with the drawing lesson. I know everybody loves drawing more than talking; if that makes sense
Here I go again uploading a great drawing tutorial that will show you how to draw a bunny for kids, or you could also say in this case, how to draw a rabbit for kids. Their both the same thing, just wanted to let others understand what a bunny meant although most of use know. This tutorial also took some time to choose it’s categories. Maybe you guys can help me out a bit by recommending some for this drawing tutorial. I got it categorized under pets, wild animals, and animals. The problem is, should I add it to the zoo animals category because you can find a bunny, AKA rabbit, at the zoo? Or should zoo animals only have generic zoo animals included (Zebras, tigers, giraffes, and lions?) It would be helpful to give me some ideas. It wouldn’t hurt now would it?. Sorry, but I want people to find the things they need. Enough with the yapping I guess and let’s begin with the tutorial.
First, draw a circle to get proper face proportions. Important step; used in almost most drawing tutorials on the site. Second, draw the head shape along with the ears. Your basically drawing something that I call the upper layer of the bunny. The bottom layer is the torso, AKA body, and feet. Third, draw the bottom layer, which is what I told you just a second ago. Fourth, draw the bunny’s hands, or shall I call them paws. Fifth, draw the face of the bunny. This shouldn’t be hard. It’s like drawing any other rodent’s face. Add the tiny triangular nose along with the hearty smile with a tooth. Finally, sixth, fill in the blanks. Start coloring in the bunny’s nose in pink. Color the eyes in, and give your bunny any color of fur. It could be brown, gray, tan, pink, chocolate, etc.
Congratulations! You have successfully drawn your own bunny. I hoped I helped you with this tutorial. There are more drawing tutorials coming, and be sure to check them out whenever your ready. Comment and share. As always, thank you!
Let’s learn how to draw something more harder. Enough with the easy stuff and more with the real deal drawing lessons. We are going to learn how to draw a dragon for kids. This shouldn’t be ultra hard, but enough to put you in a situation when you have to erase five to ten times. This tutorial can really help you out when dealing with drawing an awesome dragon, AKA concept art Drawing something simple like this could also help you out with many hard body parts on a dragon. What makes a dragon hard to draw? Well think about it for a second. When you lay your pencil on that paper trying to draw a dragon, what are the things you think about that prevents you from drawing one? Well for one, dragons are mystical creatures. Almost all mystical creatures are hard to draw; trolls, ogres, gryphons, and unicorns. Second, when we draw dragons, we think of dinosaurs. When you draw that dragon, it starts looking like a dinosaur now don’t it? Well we got to stop thinking of dinosaurs and think more about a dragon. They are different from dinosaurs besides them being both reptiles. Third (Last,) you probably don’t know what to draw first when drawing a dragon. Those are all the problems that I must solve, which I probably already did. To solve this, we must start simple. You don’t know how to draw a basic dragon? Well here’s how it’s done.
First we draw a circle for the dragon’s head and an oval for the dragon’s body (As a guideline.) Second, draw the shape of the dragon’s head and body. Don’t forget to leave some gaps to draw the horns, legs, and ear. The muzzle is also required when your drawing the dragon’s head shape, as well as the tail. It starts getting tricky now, don’t it? Don’t worry, I make it piece by piece after this step. Third, draw the wing. That shouldn’t be hard. Fourth, draw the horns and then the ear. Fifth, draw the legs. The front legs are drawn different than the hind as you can see. The sixth step is the just draw the eye and extra detail like the neck marking. We then come down to the seventh step; finish it.
As you know, it wasn’t all that hard now was it? You can transform simple to something more complex if you like. Make this baby dragon into a mama dragon or a daddy dragon if you like. It would look more better. Trust me I’ll be uploading more drawing lessons in the future, so stay tuned for more. Also be sure to comment and share. Thank you!