Animal Drawing Instructions 101

by ryan on July 18, 2017


Animal Drawing Instructions 101


How do I make a stuffed animal in three dimensions?

I can sew and I made well over nine stuffed animals “cartoons” if you want, I designed it myself and then sew them.

I use the hand rather than a sewing machine because I’m not familiar with this, but I do not think I am an expert. it’s something I do for creativity and leisure project. but my brother and friends, sometimes comments on how they all look like 2D drawings on canvas filled with stuffing. what I’m doing something wrong?


I noticed that the baby cap base consists of more 2 front and rear and a few drawings and members. How do I do that? Thank you in advance (is there a website?, Or can you advise immediate?)

Take a look at a stuffed animal in a store that has the position of your cartoon characters. Pet sitting is different from animals standing on four legs.



For those who stood on all fours you cut the pieces you have done and make the two parties are no longer the legs and up halveway body. Put some legs to a part of the whole body and sew around the outside where they meet. Do two sets. Then you sew the outside of the entire parts.

Last you sew inside the belly. (This is the last little bit to close after stuffed animal.) If the heads are supposed to be together, you can put an extra room in there too. Here is a link to an animal goes like this:

Animal Drawing Tutorials: 


Even in the pictures of the pig as you can see the different parts. If your pet is sitting, you can make animals in four parts. (Or just two.)

Ensure the exterior of the animal a little bigger and a little smaller inside. In this mini santa, you can see how they made the figure of Santa this:







In the pattern pieces you see as the reindeer, which is made with that extra legroom.

You can also make a big sausage as part of the body, a second round one for the head, and separate close sausages for legs, but you must be very careful about how you cut them and it is more difficult to assemble. Here is a link to an animal is this way:

If you Google for stufffed-free animal models you get more links.


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