Despite their constant status on the endangered list, pandas nonetheless have a reputation for being fun, friendly, and generally content with their lot in life. As dedicated bamboo eaters, they find themselves in need of ongoing conservation and protection – make sure that you learn all there is to know about these marvelous creatures and do your part to help them build safe, sustainable homes in the wild.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a black pen, and drawing a large semicircle shape in the center of your page. Join the two halves at the bottom with a curved line.
Next, add a large “C” shape to the left-hand side of this shape, and then add another, smaller “C” inside the first, joining the two shapes with points at the top and bottom.
Repeat this shape on the right, reversing it to create a backward C shape.
Add a shape inside the curve of the left-hand “C” – this should almost be like a circle with the sides “cut out”.
Repeat this inside the curve on the other side.
Now, add a wide oval shape in the center of these, and add a curved line across the middle of this. Bring a straight vertical line down from the center of this, and then add a semicircle to the bottom of this.
Add two “horseshoe” shapes to the top of the head…
And then add two smaller shapes inside these to create the ears of your panda.
Add two circular shapes below the face…
And then add a larger circle inside this at the bottom, followed by three smaller circles at the top to create a cute panda paw.
Repeat this for the other paw…
And then connect the bottom of the face to the top of the paw on each side using two curved lines – these will be your panda’s arms.
Connect the paws at the bottom with a curved line…
And then use the black pen to fill in the ring of the ears, the eyes, and the bottom of the nose.
Add the black to the outside of the paws and the arms to complete your panda.
And just like that, your panda has sprung to life! Why not get involved, do some research, and see how you can help to protect these amazing creatures, supporting them in their struggle for survival in the wild?