Learn how to draw an easy Teddy Bear step by step with this elementary drawing tutorial for schoolers and preschoolers.
Good day everyone! Our lesson is devoted to how to draw an easy Teddy Bear – a favorite of children. At first, these bears were really made of plush – a soft material with long hairs on the front. Currently, a variety of materials for sewing have appeared, but the name of the cute toy stuck and remained. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner in drawing or a professional hobbyist – our instructions will help everyone to create a beautiful drawing of a bear!
You can now find entire collections of Teddy bears. For example, Jackie Miley is the owner of a huge collection of these toys, numbering over 8000 pieces! Big and small, with or without hats, in different colors – they are all collected at the Teddy Bear Townhouse. Drawing a teddy bear is sure to give you positive emotions. Let’s start!
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw an Easy Teddy Bear
- Draw the ear.
The bear’s ear is shaped like a bob – notice this in the image. Draw a small oval and make a notch in it that faces inward.
- Draw the head.
The head is drawn according to the principle described in the previous step. However, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, the head is larger and more flattened. Second, the notch should be drawn with a pointed line, not a smooth one.
- Draw the eyes and nose.
Two tiny ovals will help define the eyes. Don’t forget the nose, which is an inverted triangle with rounded corners. Located under the eyes.
- Draw the second ear and muzzle.
Use a neat arc to mark the bear’s other ear. Circle the nose and the area of the future mouth so that an oval appears.
- Draw the eyebrows and mouth.
Added a couple of miniature stripes with round edges under the eyes – and the eyebrows of the toy are ready! From the nose, lower the line down, draw in an arc in both directions – this is the mouth.
- Draw the glare in the eyes and a seam.
Place the glaer – a tiny oval – in each eye. Then, using the dashed line that goes down the slope and at the end “rests” on the muzzle, draw a seam.
- Draw the front and back legs.
Draw the legs as shown in the example instruction.
- Draw the body.
The body is a large, unfinished oval.
- Draw the second front leg.
Using a curved line ending abruptly at the bottom, add this element.
- Draw the last hind leg.
Draw the remaining limb according to the principle from the seventh step. However, note that this leg is also partially hidden behind the rest of the drawn parts.
- Detail the drawing.
Finish the seam: continue to draw the dotted line down, all the way to the end of the abdomen. The final touch: on each of the paws draw ovals as shown in the instructions.
- Color your drawing.
We hope that this was a useful and informative lesson for you. Be sure to show your new drawing to friends and family. We also recommend that you familiarize yourself with other drawing lessons.