Do you love little cute animals? One of the cutest animals ever is the hamster. These guys are very voracious, but they have a huge following. That is why today we have created a guide on how to draw a hamster.
Firstly, we outline the contours of the body and head of our animal. The head looks like a small circle that connects to a large oval shape. Based on this oval shape, we will create the torso.
Let’s draw the outlines of the large cheeks of our rodent. You can notice the front of the hamster’s face, which is formed by several rounded shapes.
Rodents have rather large eyes. Therefore, they are quite often depicted in cartoon style or anime style. In this step we will outline the outlines of the large eyes and the triangular nose.
A hamster needs great hearing, right? Let’s draw a pair of ears for him in this step. It looks like a pair of rounded shapes with a border that emphasizes the medial edge.
Let’s draw the front legs of the hamster. These are two limbs that taper smoothly downward. You may notice that the paws differ in shape and size due to the angle.
In this step we will draw the fingers and claws of our little animal. The paw in the distal part gradually widens and turns into several pointed figures.
Hamsters do not have powerful and long legs. Maybe they can envy horses or Tyrranosaurus. However, hamsters have other benefits. For example, they are pretty cute. In this step we sketch out the outlines of the small hind legs.
This will be a very small step. Now we sketch out the distal part of the foot and toes with pointed nails as in our sample.
We always highlight a special step so that you can evaluate your sketch, find all the errors and correct them with the eraser. Let’s do this because the next step is to work with colors.
Choose a color for your hamster. We decided to choose a light beige color for the coat and a darker shade of this color in order to indicate the shadows. In any case, the nose and inner parts of the ears should be bright pink.
So we hope you enjoyed our guide. Do not forget to write us in the comments what you think about our work. It is very important for us!