How to draw budgers
Let’s learn how to draw badgers belonging to three species – the common badger, the honey badger and the American badger. I didn’t want to write three separate articles because they are relatives, and let them be together, just the three drawing lessons.
We will draw all the animals in the classic sequence: first we sketch, then draw the torso, then the back legs and tail, then the front legs and finally the head.
- 1 Common Badger drawing
- 2 Honey badger step by step drawing lesson
- 3 American Badger drawing lesson
Common Badger drawing
Although badger seems to be good-natured goof, but they say he can stand up for himself.
Draw the torso:
Hind legs and tail:
Conical snout with small ears:
And here’s the whole picture:
Reminds me of a bear, but we will paint our badger correctly and it will become recognizable.
Honey badger step by step drawing lesson
Wow! We immediately see that it is better not to mess with this honey badger. Rather dangerous animal in appearance.
Draw the rear legs:
The badger is a plantigrade and clubfoot a bit.
The muzzle is not long, but wide. The ears are large and not on top but on the sides of the face. Facial expression is sinister, reminiscent of the mongoose, hyena or wolverine.
Honey badger has a very original coloring: back and neck are white, the abdomen and legs are black.
Let’s paint the picture correctly:
Honey badger drawing lesson 2
General pencil plan:
Refine the scheme:
Further we draw step by step in the classical sequence.
Body and short tail:
In appearance, the honey badger is very similar to wolverine. And the colors are similar.
And finally, let’s draw an American badger.
American Badger drawing lesson
As you can see, he is very similar to a common badger:
But there is a difference in the colors of the face. The black bars are not only via eyes, but there are still stains on the cheeks.
Here’s how it looks:
Well, you’ve now learned how to draw three types of badgers.