Leopard Sketch

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Leopard sketch

How to draw a leopard face easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw by pencil for beginners and everyone.

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Hello everyone, welcome to today’s blog post. This post is related to Narrative Drawings. In this article, I will explain you how to draw a cheetah step by step on paper. I hope you enjoyed this article a lot. You may find it difficult to make this drawing, so I have provided you with a video on how to draw this. Well, this drawing is for those who are good at drawing. Those who look at this article, have some idea that this drawing will be done this way. So friends, if you want to know how to draw this, then you should read this article from start to finish.

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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Leopard Sketch

So guys, I hope you have understood everything here. So guys, if the drawing is not good at the moment, please see the oldest article of my blog, you will know some basic points about drawing. Guys, I hope you can do this painting well in one go without any problems. Wish you read this article well to be able to do this drawing well and do not forget to watch this tutorial video. Guys, first you have to draw the face shape of this leopard, the method of drawing it is shown very well in the video. So guys, I hope you got it right now. So friends, the video of this drawing is given below the tutorial, don’t forget to watch the tutorial video.
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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 6, 2008
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Description: What's up again people. As part of this tutorial I will be providing some brief information on the Leopard, as well as show you 'how to draw a leopard'. As many of you know Leopards are part of the big cat family. Oddly this cat is a predominately nocturnal and prefers to be in solitude. Every leopard has its home on top of other surrounding leopard tribes. A leopard cub is born with either two or three siblings. Cubs are not born with their spots, they have a smoky gray coat. Leopards are probably the most elusive predators in the big cat family. They eat everything from rodents to baboons. In this tutorial I try my best to show you how to draw a leopard step by step. This sketch took me approximately three weeks. That was due to the fact I didn’t draw it on a constant basis. I drew bits and pieces over a three week time frame. I think it came out decent though. I took the time to color it in Photoshop to give the leopard more character. I made a few mistakes I noticed after the whole drawing was done in Photoshop. I don’t know if the hind foot came out like that because I colored it or because I messed up the lining. I had to look at a picture of a leopard while I sketched it out. Sometimes I think my sketches look way better in raw form then they do in a finished format on the comp. I think I’m gonna try just scanning in my sketches and don’t color them just tutorialize them as a sketch instead. Anyway I hope you like the leopard at least you don’t have to figure out how to do the line work, that’s already figured out in the tutorial. Peace