Description: I will eventually come back to this tutorial and fill in a more detailed bio for this animal. This lesson is going to show you "<strong>how to draw a badger</strong>", step by step. Now even though these animals look a lot like a skunk, rodent or whatever, they are actually part of the weasel family. Their bodies are considered to be very hearty, and even though the body is pretty meaty, they have short stubby legs and long nails on each foot. There are a few different types of badger species and one of them is the first are called Melinae badgers which are usually found in parts of Europe and Asia. The most common badger is the ones found in the United States, and they are called the American badger. Their bodies are between a black or sable color, and the heads have bold white stripes with the eyes blackened. They are very interesting animals, and when I come back I will give you more 411 on the badger like where they live, what they eat, and how much they grow to weigh. For now I will just provide this lesson for you that will teach you "<em>how to draw a badger</em>", step by step. I do hope you have fun, and be sure to come back and check in on this animal species in the next few days to see what else I added in the description. Thanks for joining me folks!
Description: Begin sketching out the shape of the badgers face structure making sure to pay close attention to the snout because that is the part of the animal that is long and narrow. Also, you will have to draw out the ears.
Description: To finish off the badger all you have to do is draw out the tail, and add some marking lines on the top of the tail. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one, and then you can see what the final drawing looks like when it's all cleaned up.