DRAWING TIGER PRINT STEP BY STEP

Tiger print, inspired by the pattern of a gracious wildcat, is absolutely stunning. It is called  “pattern” because it has certain repetitive motifs. In this tutorial, we will explore them and learn how to draw several types of tiger prints using markers and fine line pens.

TIGER PRINT DRAWING TUTORIAL 

TOOLS USED:

• W&N Caramel Promarker http://amzn.to/2hwsceJ
• W&N Cocoa Promarker http://amzn.to/2hwuavP
• W&N Vanilla Promarker http://amzn.to/2gNTnk3
• W&N Spice Promarker http://amzn.to/2hQJoIq
• W&N Burnt Orange Promarker http://amzn.to/2hIAEIk
• W&N Terracotta Promarker http://amzn.to/2gDLo5R
• W&N Black Promarker http://amzn.to/2hwmeuw
• W&N Cool Grey 4 Promarker http://amzn.to/2hyY3ce
• W&N Marker Pad http://amzn.to/2gNHb2P
• Sakura Pigma Micron fineliner 0.1 and 0.8 http://amzn.to/2hyWCe5
• Sakura white ink pen http://amzn.to/2gM1aQW

* Winsor & Newton. If you use markers of a different brand, check out this Promarker color chart to match the colors.  

STEP 1 – WARM UP

Take your fine line pen and a piece of paper and practice drawing the pattern following the instructions below.

tiger-print-drawing-tutorial

The first way of drawing tiger print will perfectly work for shoes and accessories. The second type (back pattern) will look great on bigger garments such as coats and dresses.

STEP 2 – SKETCH PREPARATION

In Step 3,  you will follow video instructions on how to incorporate the tiger print into your fashion drawings. I will be working with a fashion figure template that I’ve prepared in advance. You can download it for free by clicking on the image below.

tiger-print-drawing-free-template

STEP 3 – SKETCH RENDERING

Meow-meow meow 🙂  Time for some gorgeous designs!

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