How To Draw Tigger

1. Drawing Tigger

Tigger is one of the most beloved characters in the Winnie the Pooh universe, and drawing him is a project that even the most novice of illustrators can master with a bit of practice and patience. Drawing Tigger may seem intimidating, but following these steps will get you well on your way to creating your own version of this bouncy, lovable character.

2. The Basic Shape

In order to draw Tigger, you’ll need to start with the basic shape of the character. For this, draw a circle on the paper. Then, draw a straight line from the bottom of the circle, which should extend outward from the character. Afterwards, draw two curved lines from the circle, which will create Tigger’s ears. This should give you the basic shape of Tigger’s head and form the outline for the rest of the character.

3. Drawing the Face

Once you’ve got the basic shape drawn on the paper, it’s time to add the details. Start by drawing two small eyes and a large, upside down triangle for the nose. Then, add a small line below that for the mouth. Finally, draw two curved, curved lines on either side of the face for the whiskers.

4. Adding the Feet

Tigger stands on two feet, so you’ll need to draw them. Draw two small circles at the bottom of the straight line you created earlier. These should be positioned so that the line from the circle forms the connecting point between them. Then, draw a couple of curved lines on each circle for the toes.

5. Adding the 1-2 Bouncy Bounces

Tigger is always bouncing about and is known for his incredibly bouncy skills. To replicate this, draw two large circles at the bottom of the standing line. Again, these should be positioned so that the standing line connects them. You can add small circles and lines around the circles to indicate movement to create the effect of an ever-bouncing Tigger.

6. Bringing it Together

Once all of the individual parts are drawn, you can start connecting them together. Start by drawing a curved line from the nose to one of the circles for the feet. Then, draw a curved line from the opposite circle for the other foot, forming a complete circle around the standing line. Lastly, draw a few curved lines from the standing line to the circles for the final touches.

7. Adding Colour and Detail

Once you have the basic shape and outlines completed, you can start adding some details and colour. Start by sketching some fur lines on Tigger’s face and body to give him a more realistic look. Then, colour in Tigger’s face orange and the rest of his body and feet yellow. Finally, add some markings around his eyes, mouth and nose, and some stripes on his back.

8. Finishing Up and Finalizing

Now, all you need to do to finish your drawing is add the finishing touches. Erase any extra lines and give Tigger some personality by adding a tongue, a friendly smile and some eyebrows. Finally, with his bright, flashy colours and friendly eyes, your Tigger is ready to go!

Julia is an artist and musician, who grew up in a small town in Ohio, where she played in local bands and painted murals in free time. She moved to NY City to study art at the prestigious Pratt Institute, and then relocated to LA to pursue a music career. Julia loves sharing the knowledge she gathered during the years with others.

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