Bears are mainly found in the northern hemisphere. And in the southern hemisphere, except for South America, there is no trace of them anywhere else. They are usually mild-mannered, but if threatened or in danger, they tend to rage and become very ferocious and dangerous!
Most bears have a mixed diet, preferring to lick ants and honey. They eat meat as well as grass, twigs, moss, berries and nuts, and even go to streams to catch frogs, crabs and fish. This seems a little different from the image of the domineering bear in our minds!
How to Draw a Baby Bear Face Step by Step
Step 1 Draw one ear of this baby bear
By observation, we can find that this ear can be seen as consisting of an oval and two smooth curves.
Start by drawing an oval that slopes to the right, but don't draw its right edge, leaving a large gap.
Draw a curved line from the top of this gap to the bottom right. Then draw a curved line to the right from the bottom of this gap.
Step 2 Draw the top of the baby bear's head
Starting at the right end of this ear, draw a short line to the right. Then draw four flame-like shapes to give the effect of fur on top of the head.
Start again at the bottom of the fourth "flame" and draw a line towards the bottom right. This completes the top of the baby bear's head.
Don't feel pressure to draw the top of this baby bear's head, it doesn't need to be precise, just take it easy.
Step 3 Draw the other ear of this baby bear
In the first step we have drawn one ear of this baby bear. Now in a similar way, draw its ear on the right.
This ear is slightly larger than the first one because the bear's head is turned on its side.
You can also try to draw this baby bear with round ears, it will be very cute too.
Step 4 Draw the outline of the baby bear's head
We can also think of this baby bear's head profile as consisting of a large oval and two curved lines.
Draw a horizontal oval under the ears, which is actually slightly angled to the left. Don't draw its top edge, leave a large gap.
Start at the bottom of the left ear and draw a curved line down to the left end of this gap. The same goes for the right.
Step 5 Draw one of the eyes and eyebrows of the baby bear
Draw a large circle for an eye on the upper part of this baby bear's face. Inside this eye draw an oval with a notch.
Draw two curved lines above this eye to get a thin eyebrow.
In fact, the ears and eyes of the bear are smaller, but we purposely made the eyes bigger to make this baby bear more cute.
Step 6 Draw the other eye and eyebrow of this baby bear
In a similar way, draw another eye and eyebrow on the right.
The two eyes and eyebrows are symmetrical, but you need to notice that the notches on the oval in the eyes are all facing to the right.
Step 7 Draw the nose and mouth of this baby bear
Draw a horizontal oval under the baby bear's eyes, roughly in the center of the face. This is its nose, isn't it big?
Draw a short line down from the bottom of the nose. Then, starting at the bottom end of the line, draw a curved line to the left and a curved line to the right to get the baby bear's mouth.
Step 8 Draw the outline of the baby bear's face
Below the left eye, draw a curved line from left to right to this baby bear's nose. The same goes for the underside of the right eye.
Then start at the left end of the left curve and draw lines along the edge of the head outline, and finally connect the right end of the right curve. In this way, the outline of the face of this baby bear is obtained.
Add wavy lines to the sides of this bear head.
Step 9 Color this baby bear face
We generally choose brown or black to color bears, which is consistent with the impression they have always given us. But maybe you can also add pink inner ears and cheeks to this baby bear and see if there are any surprises!
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