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How to Draw a Panda

Updated on July 15, 2014

Introduction

Panda is an endearing creature which can simply be termed as a ‘Gentle Giant’. Over the years the image of this gentle creature has caught the imagination of people across the globe, to the extent of making it the face of World Wide Fund (WWF) for nature since 1961.

Further, Kung Fu Panda movie series brought the Panda closer to everyone’s heart. There may be very few who would not recognize a Panda. So then the question is – How about drawing a Panda ourselves? The answer is ‘Good Idea’.

So let’s look at drawing a Panda in ten easy steps.

Conclusion

I hope it was enjoyable drawing the Panda and you would now realize that it is just about a combination of triangle and circles.

Do write to me in the comments section on how you found the drawing tips.

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      Savio Koman 3 years ago from Mumbai, India

      Nadine,

      Hello. Thanks for stopping by and glad to know you found this useful. I, in fact, drew this for my daughter's kindergarten exercise and that's how it ended up here.

      So, now I know that I have to keep checking your hubs for your doodling posts.. :)

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      Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      I simply loved your hub. I'm truly inspired by it. Now I know what I can do with some of my doodling exercises, by posting them on hub pages!

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      Savio Koman 3 years ago from Mumbai, India

      Ah.. Ian you are so kind!

      Anyways, this happens to be a project I made for my daughter who is in Kindergarten.. That's how this hub has come up.. :)

      As always, thanks for stopping by!

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      Twilight Lawns 3 years ago from Norbury-sur-Mer, Surrey, England. U.K.

      Savio, don't be embarrassed, my friend. You hubs are always of such high quality, as this also is. I loved the way you constructed it, and that was only one of the reasons that I said, "Savio, you must be one of the nicest people around."

      There is a freshness and sincerity in all I have read, and I admire what you do.

      Enough said,

      Ian (A Fan).

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      Savio Koman 3 years ago from Mumbai, India

      Ian,

      Thanks!

      By the way your comment is more informational than my hub over it.. I am embarrassed. :)

      Oh, by the way I was not aware of the fact that China loans Panda to other countries. I always thought that they were bought by countries and then mated to grow their population in the destination country..

      Man, so many things I need to know about!

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      Twilight Lawns 3 years ago from Norbury-sur-Mer, Surrey, England. U.K.

      Savio, you must be one of the nicest people around.

      By the way, those people who have been savaged by pandas most probably would agree with you saying that they are gentle giants. But who cares... they shouldn't mess around with an animal which looks as if its mother and father wouldn't be able to pick him (or her) in a line up.

      By the way, did you know that nearly all the Giant Pandas in the world belong to China? They loan them to other countries on a ten year basis and then they are returned... sometimes with an option of "renewal".