There are many types of bears around the world. Some are smaller than others and some are larger and more powerful.
Although they may appear cute and cuddly, they can be quite dangerous and can be a formidable force to be reckoned.
Bears can survive in harsh environments. This is especially true for polar bears.
This guide will show you how to draw a cartoon Polar Bear.
This amazing bear species is available for you to draw. It should be a lot fun.
This step-by-step guide will show you how to draw a cartoon Polar Bear in 6 simple steps.
How to Draw A Cartoon Polar Bear Step-By-Step
This guide includes a cute bear that you can draw. We will begin with his head and face.
We will begin the cartoon polar bear drawing by first drawing the head and face.
The top of the head is drawn with a long, curved line. This will connect to the smaller, curved line that will form the muzzle.
Next, add the ears to the bear. Each one will be drawn with a small, rounded shape at the top of each head. They will be very far apart.
Next, we’ll draw facial details for our bear. The eyes will be drawn in two black ovals with two white dots inside.
Draw another black oval for your nose, and then make some curves for your smiling mouth.
This is the second step in our guide to drawing a cartoon polar bear. We will draw its chest and front legs.
The chest is simple and can be modeled with a small curve that extends from the base of your head.
Next, draw the legs. These will be short and thick, with simple rounded feet at the ends.
This is it for the first step. We can then continue!
This step in the guide will include a back leg, and a belly to create a cartoon polar bear.
You can draw a very short, curved line from the back leg you traced in the previous step to the belly.
Next, add another paw below it. This will be drawn in the same way as the first.
For this final step, draw another curved line at the beginning of the back leg. We will then finish drawing the leg.
We can now finish the back of your cartoon polar bear drawing by adding the leg.
You will draw another curve line for the back side of your head starting at the right end of the ear.
Next, add the back leg. This will attach to your previous section.
It is a back leg so the top of the leg is thicker than the tops on the front legs. This is to make it easy to see where the hip is.
The bear’s back will be visible in this area. We will close that gap and any other details in the next section of the guide.
We have already discussed how to draw a cartoon polar bear in our previous step. This step will be devoted to drawing the bear’s back and any other final touches.
For the back of the bear, draw a straight line from the head to the back leg.
The tail can be added by using a small, curving line that pokes out from the bear’s back. Now you can move on to the final step of your guide.
It doesn’t matter if you stop there. You could add more details to the drawing or a background to complete it.
For a more realistic environment, you could place this adorable little guy in a snowy setting.
What additional details could you add to this image?
This is the last step in the guide. In it, we will finish with some color.
You might think that polar bears are all white. However, there are still fun ways to add color to them!