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Monday, May 4, 2015

How To Draw A Baby Fox Worksheet. Free Printable

This printable drawing lesson is ideal for the young artist, and will help give confidence and a sense of accomplishment in their efforts to draw. I use this as a handout for my own art students that they can do on their own time.

Parents and teachers will find many ways to use this project in school and home.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Do not get discouraged if your first attempts to draw a subject is not as you hoped, drawing takes practice and time.  Don't give up, instead try again and draw every day.  You can come back to my blog and try some other projects and soon you will be drawing beautiful pictures.

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To print the image below just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. Some printers work better with this kind of file if you first drag the image to your desktop and print from there. If you have problems see the how to print tab above or try one of the links below.

FreeHow To Draw A Baby Fox Worksheet

CLICK HERE for a photo format link that may work better on some printers.
To print in universal portable format CLICK HERE.

Start by drawing lightly so you can erase later.  Use basic shapes to build the design of the picture. A large circle for the body a smaller one for the rear legs,  (in sitting position) rectangles for the front legs, a medium circle for the chest and an oval for the head.

The baby head is bigger than normal so draw it large. Use a guideline up and down in the center to keep both sides of the head even.
     * The eyes are lower than normal, so draw a guideline across the lower third of the face to place the eyes.
     * Draw the eye sockets like almonds, then the eyes inside with circles, be sure to leave the shiny spot in the same place in each eye.
     * The nose is a triangle pointing down.
     * The ears are large triangles but rounded a little and are on the top of the head, they are wide apart on the fox.
     * The fur on the side of the face sticks out a little.

The sitting fox is round, so follow the line of the circle for the back and the round circle for the chest. The legs are two rectangles they do not go straight up and down but are tilted forward slightly. The tail hides the paws  it is a pointed oval.

     * The lower leg is black.
     * The tip of the tail is white.
     * The chest is white.
     *  There tips of the ears are black.
     * There is black on the edges of the ears

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