How to draw a Realistic Lion Step by Step

How to draw a Realistic Lion easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw animals for beginners and kids.

How to draw a Realistic Lion Step by Step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


Video produced by channel:  Sebastian Caltabiano

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Create guides and shapes to form the framework of the realistic lion you are about to draw.

Step 2

Let’s zoom in while we deal with the face and head. Use the facial instructions to draw the eyes and nose as you see here. Note the slight shading of the corners and corners of the eyes of the lion.

Step 3

Next, begin to outline the structure of such a lion’s snout or snout. When you draw on the chin, gently stroke the hair so that the hair on the chin appears soft and slightly fluffy.

Step 4

Now we’ll use a slight brush stroke as we sketch details scattered across the lion’s face. Detail and focus should be placed on the forehead between the eyes, along the cheeks, on the chin, and around the outer parts of the face. Don’t forget to add the beards and pupils.

Step 5

Sketch the small shapes of each ear. Note that they are mostly obscured by the mane.

Step 6

Now we will shrink and process the rest of the lion’s body and head. Start with a big mane. The larger the mane lion, the more the lion overwhelms the other males. They are also more attractive to female lions.

Step 7

Once the mane has been outlined and detailed, you can draw on the forelegs and feet. Notice the feet look loose and large.

Step 8

Almost done, everyone. Draw at the back end of the lion. This should also include hind legs and feet.

Step 9

Finally, draw the tail, the ponytail at the end, then draw the toe separator along with the fingernails. When you are satisfied with the drawing, you can remove errors and instructions.

Step 10

And this is the end lesson for your lion to be practically drawn. I hope you’ve had fun and I hope you learned something new with this drawing lesson as well.

 

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