Description: Tomorrow is February which means Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. I will once again upload a lesson that is geared towards this seasonal holiday which is celebrated by folks that are young and old. Up next we will be learning "how to draw a Valentines bear", step by step. Instead of a typical brown bear, I thought a nice white colored bear holding a red heart would be better to switch things up. I also added a sweet Valentines rose because as you know females love receiving these flowers followed by a bear and a box of chocolates. I really had fun making this bear because I did some things different as far as body style goes. The legs and fee almost look like that of a rabbit, and the grey outlining also makes this little guy scream ‘I Love You”. I wrote in the words ‘Be Mine’, but you can choose any phrase you like. In the end your bear will come out looking absolutely adorable and ready to give to someone you love whether it be a parent, boyfriend, girlfriend, aunt, uncle, or even your friend or grandparents. Well I guess I better shut up so you can draw a valentine bear of your own. Leave a comment, rating or both if you like what you see. Thanks a lot guys, and happy Valentine’s Day!
Description: Draw the outlining of the bear's head which is pretty simple. Start with the ears, and then draw the fuzzy cheeks, top of the head, and then draw the heart that he is holding. Draw in his cute hand and proceed to step three.
Description: You will now draw in the detailing for the inside of the ears and make sure to use a fuzzy lining technique. Next, draw two eyes and when you make the lining thicken it at the tops and sides, but leave the lower inside lines regular. Draw in the nose and mouth and move along people.
Description: The next thing you will do is draw out the bear's arm and paw like so, and then draw in the simple looking rose bud, as well as the stem that he is holding in his other arm and or hand. Draw the eyeballs, and then make the stitch line down the middle of the face and crinkle up the nose a bit.
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