How to Draw a Realistic Panda Bear

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When drawing a realistic panda bear you're going to want to pay close attention to the general shape of the animal. Draw a realistic panda bear with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Daisy, I'm an artist. And I'm going to show you how to draw a realistic panda bear. So we are going to start with a circle for the head. And then a squished out circle for the body. Some ovals for the feet. And like a little almost semi circle just for his knee coming up. And same for this side. An oval for this foot. And then his knee. This arm is kind of like an elongated oval that twists around so it can look like he's eating something. And I'm just going to have this arm come down over the top of his knee. So that's the basic shape. So lets get rid of some of these lines that we don't need. Give him a couple little rounded ears. Some little half circles on top of his head. And these little guys are completely black so lets fill them in. Some ovals for the black parts around his eyes. And little circles that are actually his eyes. And color those in as well. His nose is kind of a bit of a triangle but lets round it a bit so it's not so pointed. And then a little mouth we can maybe even put a leaf in there so it looks like he's eating. So a couple of lines around to look like his snout. And then lets fill in all of these lines around. So pandas have completely black arms. So lets fill that in. Then for the feet three little pads that are all little circles and one big circle. And we can color in around that. And that gives us his paws. And the same on this side, one big circle, three little circles. And black feet. And a little black knee. You can blend these in just by using little extra lines cause his body will be white. That makes it a little bit more realistic. And there we go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw a realistic panda bear.


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