Learn how to draw a great looking Tiger Roaring with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Tiger Roaring.
Tigers are amazing animals. You can learn how to draw a tiger roaring with the help of this easy, step-by-step animal drawing tutorial.
Tigers are mammals just like you and me. They are also huge - they weigh about 450 pounds or about the same as you and seven of your classmates.
They have an appetite to match, eating 12 to 80 pounds of food in a single meal!
Why do tigers roar? Tigers are solitary and live far apart from one another. Sometimes, roars allow them to communicate, as the sound travels long distances.
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The sound can also paralyze a prey animal in fear, giving the tiger a few extra seconds to attack. Tigers also roar if they feel threatened in order to scare the threat away.
If you had a roaring good time drawing this cartoon roaring tiger outline, why not try your hand at a roaring lion? Lions and tigers and sketchbooks, oh my!
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Tiger Roaring
How to Draw a Great Looking Tiger Roaring for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the tiger roaring outline by drawing the tiger's face. Use curved lines to outline the brow and top of the nose.
Enclose the triangular shapes of the nose and eye. Shade an oval within the eye to form the pupil and one in the nose to form the nostril. Draw a short line above the eye and a longer line below the nose. Connect it to the nose with a short line.
Easy Tiger Roaring Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw the cartoon tiger's open mouth. Use a curved line to draw the mouth. Then, enclose large and small triangular teeth within the mouth. Use another curved one to indicate the tongue.
Easy Tiger Roaring Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw a curved line between the upper and lower jaw. Use a curved line to enclose each ear, and a series of curved lines for the furry chin. Contour the nose, jawline, and ears using curved lines.
Easy Tiger Roaring Drawing - Step 4
4. Begin sketching the tiger's mobile body. Use a series of curved lines - some overlapping and some meeting at jagged points - to draw the back of the head and shoulder, the neck, the chest, and the foreleg.
Easy Tiger Roaring Drawing - Step 5
5. Use curved lines to complete the foreleg. Then, draw the rear leg. Extend a long curved line and double it back upon itself. Detail the toes with overlapping curved lines. Then, connect the legs with a curved line indicating the belly.
Easy Tiger Roaring Drawing - Step 6
6. Extend a long curved line from the shoulder. Double it back upon itself to form the tail. Then, use curved lines to sketch the remaining front and rear legs. Notice how the overlapping lines detail the toes of the front paw.
Easy Tiger Roaring Drawing - Step 7
7. Complete the rear leg using a long curved line. Then, shade the back of the ear. Create jagged, triangular stripes around the eyes, on the forehead, the side of the face, and the shoulders.
Add More Details to Your Tiger Roaring Picture - Step 8
8. Shade more stripes across the neck, chest, back, and tail. Make sure the tip of the tail is shaded as well.
Complete the Outline of Your Tiger Roaring Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your tiger roaring outline by shading stripes along the belly and legs.
Color Your Tiger Roaring Drawing
Color your cartoon of a fearsome roaring tiger. We've shaded ours orange and white with black stripes. Some tigers are white with black stripes and blue eyes.
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