Description: Hey everyone, here's another tutorial to add to my list of big cat tutorials. I love black panthers for their intimidating look. Just imagine those eyes staring back at you from the shadows on a dark night!
Description: Go over your shading using 7B and B pencils. Press lightly with the 7B pencil and press down hard with the B pencil. Remember the flow of the fur as you shade. After that roughly shade over the top half of the drawing with a 7B pencil.
Description: Now it's time to start cleaning up your shading and details. Start by smoothing out your background some more by adding some layers with a 7B pencil then smoothing them out with a blending stump or paper towel. After that start cleaning up the shading on the panther from the eyes up.
Description: Go over the fur using a 7B pencil until it is smooth. Then use a B pencil to go over the shading again. Make sure to make your lines follow the flow of the fur that you originally sketched in.
Description: Finish up the drawing by going over your shading and detail again. I had a hard time scanning this drawing due to all of the glare cause by all of the graphite. The amount of glare you get really relies on what type of paper and which pencils you are using. So, don't fret if your drawing doesn't look like this from more than one view point. As always comments and questions are more than welcome!
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