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Fox
Step-by-step

Fox

Draw together with Bruynzeel this cute fox. With this step-by-step plan, everyone can draw a fox.

All you need:

  • Bruynzeel graphite pencil HB
  • Bruynzeel Expression colour pencils in: dark orange, light orange and black
  • White paper.
     

Step 1

Use the HB graphite pencil to draw the global lines of the fox. Use round shapes for the belly, head and snout, triangular shapes for the ears and two wavy lines for the tail coming together at the end.

 

Step 2

Make the shapes rounder by connecting the rough lines and erase overlapping auxiliary lines. Sharpen the snout and add two half round shapes to the belly, these will be the legs.

 

Step 3

Make the back and front legs fluffier by making it not perfectly straight instead make slight serrated edges. Draw the belly with the same slight serrated edges. Also make eyes, a nose and the tip of the tail.

 

Step 4

Add more fur details to the ears and belly. Draw a line from the nose to the eye for a 3D effect.

 

Step 5

Color the Fox with the light orange colour and use black for the eyes and nose. Leave the belly and the bottom part of the snout white.

 

Step 6

Use the dark orange colour to create more depth in the tail, nose, ears and legs.

Great job, you finished your fox!

We love to see your fox. Share it with us by tagging @bruynzeel_holland and use the hashtag #stepbystepwithbruynzeel

 

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