If you are looking to sketch a simple panda clipart using the easiest drawing lesson possible, then this tutorial is definitely for you! I will show you how to illustrate this wonderful cartoon character using a few basic lines, shapes and black colors.
The panda (or also called the giant panda) is found exclusively in China. This endangered animal is often associated with China. Only 3000 pandas are still alive today. A panda can be up to 6 feet tall and weigh up to 300 lb. It is basically a huge bear with white fur and black patches.
The illustration we are about to create is made from a large rectangle. Inside, shapes are mostly done from circles or lines. Don't worry! This cartoon panda should be relatively easy to illustrate. Ready? Let's proceed with the first step now ...
You can start by adding a large rectangle to form the body of the animal. On top of this shape, draw two small circles to represent the ears. Then, add more circles to create the eyes and the pupils. The nose is made from a small oval shape and the mouth is done using a simple curved line.
Next, you can draw both legs on the bottom of the rectangle using curved lines as shown in the illustration below. Arms are also done from straight lines. Great! We are almost done ... already! ;)
This step is a little bit more complex. First, draw a line below the ears to make sure this part of the body is filled with a different color. Large patches are also drawn around the eyes. Finally, you can draw a curved line below the mouth to form the neck and add another line on the stomach to illustrate a white patch.
It's time to add colors! Of course, in this case we are talking about adding some black on various areas. Make sure the arms are colored in white so that we can see them once the body is colored in black.
Excellent! This animal is slightly more complex to illustrate than similar characters from the same series. If you found this panda clipart too easy to draw, then please feel free to try another fun version of a cartoon panda here. This second character is a little bit more challenging and should keep you busy for a few minutes.
Have fun with these additional lessons below and remember to practice often. :)