Bears enjoy having a lot of fun and can often be seen rubbing against trees, rolling around in the dirt, and, more rarely, standing up to stretch on their hind legs. The latter can seem a bit intimidating, so best to get used to it by drawing the scene first – and we have everything that you need!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab a black pen, and draw a circle with two “bumps” at the top in the center of your page.
Draw a smaller circle in the center of this…
And then add an oval shape, with curved lines below, for the nose and mouth.
Draw a black circle on either side of this shape for eyes…
And then add two curved ears to the top, with one on either side.
Bring a curved line down on either side of the head, and take this across in a “bump”, and then up to form the arms.
Add five small “bumps” to the end of each arm…
And then bring two curved lines down below this.
Now, add sharp claws to the bottom right.
Add a “C” shape to these to form a foot, connected to the line above.
Add a curved line to the top of each claw…
And then add another set of claws to the left.
Enclose these in an oval foot, just as before…
And then connect the two feet with a curved line on both sides, joined by a sharp point.
Use a black pen to fill in the nose and the center of the ears.
Then, use a brown pen to shade the rest of the bear.
And there we have it-a bear standing straight up on his hind legs. He looks a little grumpy though; maybe we will let him sleep a while longer!