How to Draw a Cheetah – Narrated

How to Draw a Cheetah – Narrated

Hello my friends and welcome
to another Tuesday of tutorial! I am Leonardo Pereznieto and
today we will draw a cheetah. We begin by drawing a circle for the head. Then we sketch the muzzle
with sort of a trapezium. Then the neck and back, and we give some better shape. Very good! The forehead goes up,
pretty steep from the nose. The nose is rounded, and down comes the mouth. The ears go back here and are pretty pointed. Alright! And we clean up
the drawing up it, with the kneaded eraser. The eye in which the top part
is straight, and the lower one is an upside down arch. Let´s draw the nose more
in detail. The part that is black,
is pretty triangular. As you already figured,
I´m drawing with a white pencil on a black cardboard. Let´s clean up the sketch lines,
to begin giving a tone. Since it is white on black,
I´m drawing in negative. Instead of drawing the shades,
we actually draw the lights. This gives a very nice effect! I´m giving a based tone to the
area of white, and as you see I smudge with my finger. To be able to do this I´m using
a pastel, it is a dry pencil, that is sort of like a chalk. The area that will be more in shadow
for now, I´ll leave it blank, that is black. Now we reinforce the areas
that are catching the most light. Our light source is on the top left. And we can clean up and make
darks, with an eraser. Down from the eye (to the left)
there is a teardrop, ah- path that is dark. It’s nearly black. We can draw this also
with the eraser. And I clean up the eye. In a little bit we will draw
what it´s inside. But for right now I want it
clean and black. Let´s do some highlights
to the edges of the ears, and now we draw what goes inside the eye. The iris, leaving the pupil black
with a small white reflection. And the whiskers. We begin drawing some hairy fur
and with the eraser, we create the dark spots. By the way, I will upload a long
version of this tutorial to my Patreon account. The link is in the description under the video. This area over here, is also catching a lot
of light, and therefore we press more. I like it how it is looking! Very good! ¡Excelente! And we can create some fur
layers like this. Which looks pretty nice and realistic. If we want to add black detail,
we can do so, with a black pencil. And to create the spots, I use a fine
pen-eraser like this one. The list of materials is also in
the description under the video, in case you want to check it out. We fine tone with the black pencil
and the eraser. The last details, and it´s ready! If you enjoyed it please
give it a LIKE! share it to your friends, and subscribe to Fine Art-Tips. And I will see you,
on Tuesday 😉 Subtitled by Grethel Trejo

61 thoughts on “How to Draw a Cheetah – Narrated

  1. Can you do a "How to Draw the Moon with Pencil" video, I understand you are the very busy man and I would be very grateful if you even considered it! Yours Sincerely!

  2. amazing! 😍

    I love to draw anyone wants to check my sketch's plzz visit my Instagram account – rati_rastogi441 😄

  3. i can't speak English perfectly..but i have to Tell that ur style and work… awesome…plz make water color tutorial.bcz i love water color paintings…

  4. Very beautiful,nicely done.Could you show us please how we draw that kind of work with normal pencil on common white paper.

  5. Great painting. Funny I draw a cat today in my artclass. also with white pastell on black drawing paper. How do you seal it? Spray will eat nearly the complete white.

  6. Hello sir . I have a question please clearify,, do you upload videos on both channel from same pc? Or different,,,? Because i am using 2 channels,, inspired by you.. please clear my doubt…

  7. I haven"t been watchin your drawing for a month becouse i wasent getting any notification from youtube but now i have been watching all of theme at once and all of theme are amaezying!

  8. I really love white on black, and it's not as easy as it looks! It's knowing where the light falls, and which features remain the same, but the results here are so worth it!

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