Learn how to draw a panda step by step and easy enough for beginners, start a sketch with this tutorial.
Hello! We are glad that you found some free time, prepared all the necessary drawing supplies, and visited us again! Here you will learn how to draw a panda!
Often you can find another name for this big cute animal – “bamboo bear”. Such a nickname was given because bamboo is one of the most favorite delicacies of this mammal. An interesting fact: the drop-shaped black spots located around the panda’s eyes do not always have the same shape as in the drawings. When the baby is born, the spots around his eyes are more like circles. And when the bear grows up, they stretch out and outwardly become oval-shaped. Drawing a panda will bring you a lot of positive emotions and help you practice drawing animals. Let’s start!
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Panda
- Draw the body.
Start by drawing the huge panda torso.
- Shape the head.
In the second step, draw the second basic detail—this is the panda’s head, an example of which is very clearly shown in the example.
- Head details.
On the panda’s head draw two circular ears, and on the panda’s face draw the shapes of the spots that will be around the panda’s eyes.
- Parts of the face.
Now you need to detail the panda’s face by adding the eyes, nose, and mouth of this bear.
- Add legs.
Well done! The upper part of the panda is drawn, and now it’s time to draw the legs. First, sketch the two legs of the panda, which are visually closer to us.
- The second part.
Awesome, the first part of the legs is drawn, and if you are already at this step, then it’s time to draw the second part of the panda’s legs!
- Panda fur.
Everyone knows that the panda is usually two-colored. You need to visually divide the fur on the panda into several parts, which you will color in white and black.
- Color the drawing.