Wednesday, April 11, 2012

How To Draw A Raccoon Face, Lesson and Worksheet.

This free printable  drawing worksheet will give the young artist confidence as they learn to draw. It breaks down the project to simple steps.

How To Draw A Raccoon, may be downloaded to your device and printed easily.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT. Learning to draw takes time and practice, so draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back often and try some of my other projects. I have a lot to choose from.


How to Draw A Raccoon Worksheet. 

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Raccoon's are are fun to draw and it is not that hard to draw the face of one.  Start by drawing lightly since you will want to erase some of the extra lines and the guidelines later.

Start with a medium large circle in the middle of your paper.
Draw a vertical guide line down the center so you have evenness on both sides.

Draw a guide line across the lower third this will be to place the eyes later.

Draw two smaller round circles to start the ears.

Draw a medium sized circle for the muzzle at the bottom of the first big circle. Now you have a rough outline to build up your portrait.

Draw the eyes as tow circles on the top of the horizontal guide line. Remember the shiny spots, draw little squares in the eyes and don't color them leave them white.  There is a thick eyelid draw it as a line half way around the bottom half of the eyes.

The nose is a teardrop shape but it has a shiny spot across the top so draw it in to remember to not color over it.

The mask is almost straight across the top but tilts down a little. Every raccoon has a mask that is a little different so if yours doesn't look perfect don't worry somewhere there is a raccoon with a mask like the one you drew.

The fur is the part that takes most of the work. So take your time. Draw the fur as many many short lines where  the pencil or pen goes up and out. As you draw the fur lift the pencil or pen up as your draw. The fur has a direction it goes out away from the center, so at the top it goes up at the sides it goes out.
Take your time. Take a few breaks and stand up and stretch. When you are done you will have a drawing you will be proud of.


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