How to Draw a Tiger Roaring Step by Step

How to Draw a Tiger Roaring easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Wild animals drawing for beginners and everyone.

How to Draw a Tiger Roaring

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


Video produced by channel :  Art.Simple.


Video produced by channel :  markcrilley

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

Step 1

Start by choosing your pencils. I used the HB pencil for sketching/shading, the B pencil for the dark/shading lines, and the H pencil for the feather and light lines.

Step 2

Start with a basic sketch of the tiger’s head. Use the instructions if you need to

Step 3

Your sketch should look something like this.

Step 4

Start sketching in stripes starting from the forehead.

Step 5

Outline the rest of the stripes on the face.

Step 6

Sketch on teeth and “sideburns.”

Step 7

Use an HB pencil and a cloth or tissue to create shadows and blends on the drawing

Step 8

Erase the highlights of the drawing including the beard.

Step 9

Start your detail at the eyes. Use pencil B to shade in the dark stripes.

Step 10

Shade in the stripes of the forehead.

Step 11

Shade on the feathers using the H and HB pencils. Make sure to give the direction of the feathers.

Step 12

Now move on to the next section down. Define nose and wrinkles a little more.

Step 13

Use the B pencil to shade the darker hair areas and the HB pencil for the lighter hair areas.

Step 14

Lightly buff the cheeks and stripes while keeping an eye on the beard. Start gently with the HB pencil.

Step 15

Shade on both cheeks. Continue using pencil B for the stripes. Use the letter H to outline the mustaches.

Step 16

Shade in the top row of teeth. Use pencil H for gums and teeth and pencil B and HB for darker parts.

Step 17

Shade at the rest of the mouth.

Step 18

Finalize the drawing by shading the rest of the feathers and background. Go back your shading where you need it. I hope you all enjoyed this tutorial. Comments and questions are more than welcome!

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