Learn how to draw a kangaroo for kids step by step with this elementary drawing tutorial for beginners, schoolers, and preschoolers.
In this simple drawing tutorial, you can learn how to draw a kangaroo for kids. Kangaroos are marsupial mammals that belong to the kangaroo family. Kangaroos live in Australia, New Guinea, and other nearby islands. Thanks to their marsupial device on their belly, animals can carry their babies.
The kangaroo has a very attractive appearance: an unusual large tail, a large body and a cute face. Everyone can draw a kangaroo according to our instructions.
Below are the step-by-step instructions to follow when sketching this animal.
Time needed: 45 minutes.
How to Draw a Kangaroo for Kids
- Kangaroo head outline.
Draw the shape of the kangaroo’s head as shown.
- Add parts of the face.
Draw two small circles for the eyes. At the bottom, draw a small circle for the nose and a curved line for the kangaroo’s smile.
- Draw the kangaroo ears.
On the head, draw two oblong ears.
- Draw the body.
Now sketch out the torso of the kangaroo with a rounded bottom and a slender neck.
- Draw the paws.
Draw two small paws as small halves of ovals.
- Add the kangaroo pouch.
Draw a pouch on the belly of the kangaroo as shown in the example. To draw a pouch, you can draw a straight line and draw a semicircle below it.
- Draw the legs.
Now draw the legs of the kangaroo as shown.
- Draw the tail.
Draw two lines that connect to form the pointed end of the tail.
- Color the kangaroo.
The kangaroo sketch is ready, and now you need to color your artwork using your favorite coloring supplies, for example, markers, crayons or paint.
The drawing art is complete! We sincerely hope that this was an informative and interesting lesson for you, in the process of which you managed to learn something new. If you liked it, then do not forget to share your artwork with your friends, as well as this step-by-step instruction.
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