How to draw a Ferret easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing the animal’s eyes. Use curved lines to outline circles. In each eye, paint a large, dark circle. This is the pupil of the eye. Draw curved lines above the eyes to indicate the eyelids and eyebrows. Draw a curved line in the bottom corner of one eye to start the ferret’s nose.
Outline the first part. Use a long, curved line for the top of the head, forehead, and one side of the face. Then, use overlapping curved lines to draw the hairy cheeks and jawline. In the center of the face, draw an inverted triangle with rounded corners to form the nose. Below it, draw a “W” shaped mouth. Place curved lines at its corners, below it, and between the mouth and nose.
Draw the small ears of the animal. Use a curve for each. Details inside the ear close to the curves. Then draw the chest, using overlapping curves to give it a feathery appearance.
Draw the legs using two curved lines. Let them meet in an overlapping fashion, detailing the toes. Then draw the back of the head, neck and back. Use overlapping curves for a feathery look.
Draw the remaining front leg. Use two curves for the legs and overlapping curves for the toes.
Finish the back and contour using a long, curved line. Then use a series of overlapping curved lines to draw the cotton tail. Note the gentle point at the top.
Use a series of overlapping curved lines to draw the stomach, upper legs, shins, and toes.
Create a fur texture for the upper part of the leg using a series of curved lines. Then outline the rest of the foot, noting the overlapping lines that form the toes.
Draw spots and marks on the ferret’s fur. Draw a point on the back, with lines cutting across the shoulders and hips; eye mask; and a triangle on the top of the head. Use a series of curves for each.
Color your cartoon mink. Minks are usually brown or gray with lighter or darker patches. Their relatives – ferrets, ferrets and ferrets – can be brown or white.