How to Draw Tigers With Soccer Balls

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A tiger with a soccer ball can make a great mascot for a sport's team. Draw tigers with soccer balls 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 tigers with soccer balls. So I'm going to draw a cartoony tiger kicking a ball and start with a squished circle for the head, a circle for the bottom of his body and then put his legs out in kicking and running mode and the same with his arms. I just start with really simple lines that we can use later, sort of fill him in and just follow these lines around to the bottom of the circle and attach it to his head. So that's kind of his neck and his body. For his legs do the same, just really simple lines. Erase whatever you don't need and the same with his arms, circles for the hands, make really really simple shapes and take out all our unwanted lines and then just little semicircles for the fingers, really simple and some can be a full circle going across. I'm going to give him some little soccer boots which are basically long little triangles, give him some detail, put some little squiggly lines underneath for the cleats. Now he's not quite looking like a tiger yet so let's add a couple triangles for his ears and two triangles on the inside to give him a bit of detail, a big round nose and two semicircles for his mouth shape, a little one underneath, round eyes, little dots for the pupils. You can put in lines of concentration and he needs a tail so we're going to make him a nice big long tail, it's running in the wind. Now let's give him some stripes. So before we do that, the body, we need a line for his belly so he doesn't have stripes all across, get rid of some of these lines on the inside and just little triangles coming out from the back of his body. His legs are really simple as his arms, just put lines across and his tail, they can be thicker lines. You can even fill in the bottom of the tail and his head, some triangles that come down. So that's our tiger. We need a soccer ball. Start with a square in the middle and then just some triangles going off for a really simple soccer ball, fill in those, add some lines so it looks like it's moving. And there we go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw a tiger with soccer balls.

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