How to Draw a Panther's Face

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When drawing a panther's face you'll probably want to start by drawing the head. Draw a panther's face with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name's Patricia, I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a panther's face. Alright, so to begin let's do the line which is a semi-circle for the top of the head, two ears, that brings us down to the side of the face. Alright, and then the mouth, I'm going to actually do the nose here which kind of looks like an upside down triangle and then here's the upper mouth, I'm making a happy panther but although he is happy he is going to be showing his teeth so basically two large teeth here and here and then the smaller teeth in the middle and another line around here for the lips and then you can do one more for a kind of a hairy little chin, put some lines here and then bring these around, you know these can go out more like this and then the cheeks kind of come in here and two lines up here brings us up to the eyes which are right about here, again, they're an almond shaped or they're an almond shape. Panthers are all black so remember his face is going to be all black, so even though the eyes are this shape you're really from a far only going to see circles because this part of the eye matches the black hair exactly, the corners of his eyes are black so remember that with the eyes, even though I'm drawing it here when you're looking at a panther it looks like he has big yellow bright eyes that are circles and that's it. Then you can add more detailing for the nose and again, I'm going to fill these eyes in more because they are very prominent on a panther's face and there we go. You can do some shading behind the mouth if you'd like to display the teeth better and here's your panther face, enjoy.


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