How to Draw a Santa Bear, Step by Step Christmas Drawing

How to Draw a Santa Bear, Step by Step Christmas Drawing


Hey guys, this is Caroline’s Cuties. If you want to learn how to draw cute and
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miss anything. Today I’ll show you how to draw a cute santa
bear. Draw a curved line to the middle of the head. And curve it up a little for the tuft of hair. Under that, make a tiny check mark,
Start the other side of the head under the check mark,
with a curved down moving down. Make a tiny backwards letter “c” for the ear,
and another tiny ‘c’ over here for the other ear. You don’t need to connect the lines. Curve out just a bit and down.
and then a short line going in slightly. Now something like it for the other side,
go down a tad and dip out for the cheek and then back in. I’m going to imply that the scarf is covering
his face a bit by curving the line up, rather than straight
across. So it’s kind of shaped like a hill. Now go straight down just a tad and draw a
tiny “s” shape. This side of the scarf is thinner so just
make a little letter “c” here, and then connect your lines, maybe with a
slight curve if you want. Starting a little above the middle of this
side of the scarf, Draw a lazy ‘s’ shape. Starting below the neck, about here, follow
the top line. And draw a line down. The scarf is waving in the wind,
so start your next line right about here. and draw a loose snakey check mark shape. Now start about here,
and just follow that bottom line. Make a few thin squigglies for the end of
the scarf. Let’s draw the santa hat now. I’m just going to make a wavy line,
dipping here and there and then curving down. To make the ball at the end of the hat, just
picture a circle, then make some bumpy lines going around it. Now for a mountain shape,
Move up and then dip slightly, and then up again. Dip down pretty dramatically, and go over. out a bit, and down. Follow this line so they’re pretty close together,
And then make a messy letter ‘t’ here. And bump it out a little. Start his paws about this far from his scarf. Draw a lazy letter ‘v’ that’s not too pointy. And a tiny line here, so his next paw is under
his first one. And close off this lazy ‘v’ with a line like
this. We want this guy skinnier toward his neck,
and fatter toward his belly, So draw your line going down and then moving
out a bit. And then, pretty much mirror that on the other
side, And you have the start of a triangle shape. Start about here and move down and then slightly
around. And then we’ll do something similar on this
side. For his foot, draw a bumpy line down and then
loop out tiny line here, and here, and here. Start about here, dipping down and over. I’m going to move over here and extend this
line just a little, and bring it down a tad. And then draw three little lines, moving each
one closer to the middle as I go. And then a rounded line for the bottom of
his foot. You can put a bump for his tail about here
if you want, but he really down’t need it. Imagine a circle for the wreath,
and draw a few spikies around it. And we’ll draw the bow next. Slant down, and start a triangle shape like
this, And now the middle with a backwards ‘c’ shape. Another triangle shape going up, and down. Let’s finish the triangle,
Now a wavy line moving out, and in, and back out. I’m going to make an inward point here. And then the other side of the ribbon. Next line we’ll go down and then bump out,
And make an inward point, And finish the ribbon. I’ll put a few wrinkles in on this side and
one wrinkle of the other side. I’m just going to finish the wreath with some
spikies, and some more spikies. Start the nose just above the middle of his
face, with an oval shape, and fill it in, leaving
some white space up at the top to make it look shiny. The eyes on this guy are almost a tear drop
shape. Move to the right of the nose and start by
moving down and curve around, and close it off with a dull point. And I’ll put a few eyelashes on the outer
side. Then I’ll just make a similar tear drop shape
for the other side. For the mouth, just make a thin line across,
and curve up slightly, and another tiny curve,
You might want to stop right there and don’t do anything else. He looks cute. Or add a little curve at the corner of his
mouth. And you are done. I’ve got new drawing tutorials every Wednesday
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