Polar bears are smart, sassy, and super cute – and these qualities are only enhanced when we see them in a baby polar bear! Looking to create your own cure polar bear drawing? Then let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw a curved “u” shape in the center of your page.
Add a small “loop” to the top of either side of the “U” shape.
Add a curved line to the top…
And then connect this to another curved line at either end, forming fluffy ears.
Now, add a wide shape with a pointed bottom to the bottom of the face to create a nose. Draw a small curve in the top left of this.
Bring a curved line down from the bottom point, and take a curved line across at the bottom of this.
Bring a curved line across and down on either side…
And then add two small circles for the eyes.
Draw two smaller circles inside each of these large ones.
Now, add a curved line above each eye…
Bring a curved line down on either side and loop this across to the left and up, creating two paws.
Connect these at the bottom with a curved line in the center, and add two short marks to create the paws.
Now, add two “ringed” shapes on either side for the back legs and paws…
And add marks to the top of these to create the back toes.
Now, draw three small circles inside each paw for toes, and add curved pads below this.
Use a black fineliner pen to add jagged lines to the ears, creating tufts of fur.
Use the same fineliner pen to add two small circles inside the bottom section, and add a looped line between these. Take a line up on the right of the mouth, and up towards the top of the face.
Add a loop to the right paw, and another to the left, adding a line to the top of this.
Now, add a loop to the center of the body…
And add another thin line to the tops of the back paws.
Grab a brown pen, and shade the outside of the eyes and the nose…
And then use a pink pen for the paws, cheeks, and ears.
Finally, grab a blue pen, and shade the outside areas of the body to complete your polar bear.
Now isn’t that the cutest baby polar bear you ever saw? All that remains is to name him!