How to Draw a Puma 

Sleek, stealthy, and powerful, pumas are some of the most fascinating big cats and in this tutorial, we’ll show you how to draw a puma step-by-step.

From their muscular build to their piercing gaze, we’ll guide you through each detail to create a striking representation of this magnificent predator.

Without any further ado, let’s get started with this creative and fun tutorial I have for you today!

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Materials Needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Coloring Supplies

Perfect For:

  • Kids
  • Newbies

How to Draw a Puma 

Easy Puma Drawing for Kids – Step by Step Guide

First, let’s start forming the head of animal.

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Continue with these shapes below to form the puma’s head and face.

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Add two triangular shapes to form its ears.

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Now, add two little circles for its eyes.

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Add these shapes below to form its nose and mouth.

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Draw two slightly curved lines to build the puma’s back and front stomach.

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Add its front feet.

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Continue forming the puma’s belly with these simple shapes below.

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With a long curved shape, form its back until its back foot.

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Add another back foot.

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Now, add it’s long tail with J-shape.

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Add this line below for some detail on the puma’s face.

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How was it, kids? Easy? Fun?

I hope it was not too difficult!

Now that you’ve finished learning how to draw a puma, it’s time to add its color for more realism.

Please do not forget to show your masterpiece to your friend and family.

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About the Puma

The puma, also called a cougar or mountain lion, is a big wild cat that lives in North and South America. It has a tan or light brown fur and a long, powerful body that helps it run fast and climb trees.

Pumas are excellent hunters and can take down prey much larger than themselves, such as deer and elk. They are solitary animals, meaning they like to live and hunt alone.

Pumas play an important role in their ecosystem by keeping the populations of other animals in balance. They are powerful and majestic animals that are a symbol of strength and endurance.

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