Winnie the Pooh (also known as Pooh Bear, or simply Pooh) is an anthropomorphic fictional teddy bear that lives in the Forest around the Hundred Acre Wood.
He has fun adventures with his animal friends Piglet, Eeyore and Owl.
Winnie the Pooh, a character created in 1926 and later in a book, made his debut in an animated Disney movie in 1965.
How to Draw Winnie the Pooh Step-By-Step
Begin by drawing a circle with more width than length on the upper part of your paper. This is the outline of Winnie The Pooh’s top.
Two connected curves should be drawn underneath the head. This creates the pointed curvy shape below the head. This shape forms part of Winnie The Pooh’s outline.
Below the outline created in the previous step, draw a rounded form. This is the outline for Winnie the Pooh’s body.
Polish up the shape of the body of Winnie the Pooh by removing the inner lines. Take note that only the lines overlapping inside the figure should be erased, revealing a more refined outline of the body of Winnie the Pooh.
Draw a V-shaped line just below your head to create Winnie The Pooh’s collar. Draw an outline that covers Winnie the Pooh’s upper body.
Make an elongated, curved shape that connects to the hem of your sleeve. Then, continue the process with the second sleeve.