How to Draw a White Bengal Tiger Step by Step

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You can draw a white Bengal tiger by breaking it down into a series of manageable, step-by-step pieces. Learn how to draw a white Bengal tiger step-by-step with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Rosalie and I'm an artist, and I'm going to show you how to draw a white Bengal tiger step by step. So, a white tiger is essentially the same as the regular kind of tiger but instead of being orange and black striped or like tan and black striped, they're white and black striped. So I'm just drawing the tiger head. Tigers have sort of a triangular looking head because they have these like jowls with like extra fur there and then they have a broad nose that's sort of a triangle shape and then their face is like this, it comes around kind of like that and this thing is like that, the sides of the nose and then the eyes are like sort of small looking like that. And he's sort of sitting up in some grass and there is his front paw and there's his other front paw. The paws are pretty big. This one is crossed over, anyway, so there's him. Oh he's in some grass. Tigers just sort of sit around in grass all the time, plus they look at like prey animals and stuff and relax and digest. So I'm going to put the stripes in and remember the background is white. This is a white tiger. So, these stripes that I'm drawing in are supposed to be black and the white tiger seems to have lighter fainter markings then it's more traditionally colored counterparts so you can keep that in mind and then the face stripes are kind of like this and then like that and there's like a little bit of like chin there, some dots there and then like a stripe that comes down there and another one and you can sort of stripe this in too. There's less stripes down the legs and that's how I draw a white Bengal tiger step by step.


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