How to Draw a Red Panda
What could be cuter than kittens? We think that nothing. But if there is something similar in the level of sweetness with kittens then it is a red panda. So, let’s start this drawing lesson and learn how to draw a red panda.
At first sketch out our panda in a shape of simple ovals. Using simple lines draw the tail and limbs. As in all drawing lessons at the first steps we need to apply the lightest lines.
In our example the red panda will rest on a tree. So sketch out the branch and put our panda on it. Connect the ovals with simple lines and add some volume to the body our red panda. Sketch out the ears and muzzle.
Continue the drawing tutorial about how to draw a red panda. Let’s work a little on the details. Sketch out the eyes, nose and mouth.
So, starting with this step, we will with final details. Erase all the auxiliary lines from the head and make the lines fluffy like in our example. Draw the whiskers.
This lesson seems difficult, but in fact it is not. Just erase all unnecessary lines and make the contours of the body fluffy using short strokes.
A very simple step in which we will need to draw the texture of the branch on which our red panda sits. The lines should be the most curved and uneven.
Using hatches make the panda’s tail striped and paint the middle of the face. Now paint out the eyes and add shadows as in our example.
Did you get the same pretty red panda as in our example? If so, write about it under this article, if not, go to the first step and try again and you will surely draw the same cute red panda.
I love this! Just one suggestion and I’m not trying to tell you how to do your job or anything but I think you should draw the branch first because i totally had the body at the wrong angle and had to draw the branch then the panda after which I don’t mind it was just a bit harder. Anyways this is awesome thank you for drawing/posting this!
I’m not trying to tell you how to do your job or anything but I do have one suggestion. I think you should draw the branch first because I had the angle of the body totally wrong and I had to draw the branch first then the body which I don’t mind it was just harder. Anyways I love your work!