How To Draw A Grizzly Bear 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
Video produced by channel: Easy Drawing For Kids
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
This Grizzly bear tutorial starts with three head shots, the first being 3/4 of a bear’s head in a normal state. First, draw the guide lines: big, round head, thick muzzle and small ears.
Draw the shape of the head, neck, and small fluffy earphones. As you draw the lines, keep in mind that bears have thick fur.
Draw feathers on the ears, small eyes, big nose and mouth.
Add some curls and you’re done.
Now draw a roaring grizzly. Start drawing the guide lines: the forms are almost the same as before, but this time the mouth is wide open. Once you’ve completed the guide lines, draw the shape of the head, ears, and also eyes, nose, and muzzle. Notice the distinctive form of the nose, which is large and wide with large nostrils, and its position also raised, as the bear is showing its teeth.
Now it’s time to add details to the mouth: mainly the teeth and tongue. Another important thing to draw for the mouth is the lower lip. Once you complete this step add the details and the grizzly grizzly bear is done!
Here is another grizzly grizzly bear, but this time in front. In this case, the guides that we have to draw are based on the circular shape of the head and the open mouth, which is a thinner rectangle at the bottom. Also draw the ears and the basic form of the muzzle. When completing the guide lines, draw the eyes, nose, and muzzle and better define the shape of the mouth opening. Then draw the head and ears.
Add details to the mouth (remember the form of the lower lip, this is important), and add feather details to the entire head, including the neck/back part to give the idea of an aggressive pose.
Some notes about bear claws. Bears have five-toed feet and each toe has a thick, curved, non-retractable claw. Bears are plants, which means they walk with the soles of their feet touching the ground (humans are also plants).
Now, a full-bodied grizzly. Draw instructions. Bears are bulky and muscular (even if the muscles are not obvious because of their thick coat), so draw simple shapes that reflect these characteristics. Notice the distinct hump appearing on its shoulder.
Draw the head, outline of the muzzle, neck and ears.
Add eyes, nose and mouth.
Draw sturdy front legs and claw-sized feet.
Draw the fat body and hind legs. Remember: all the soles of the feet touch the ground.
Add the details and you’re done!