BY WILLIAM F. POWELL
ith the kangaroo, it's especially important to draw what you see, not what you expect to see. Study the features of the animal for beginning. For example, notice that the kangaroo's ears, tail, and feet are disproportionately large in comparison to its other features. Attention to detail will produce a more accurate final drawing.
Step Two Next begin to refine and darken the outlines, creating smoother contours and adding a few details to the ears and back feet. Also start to suggest the short hair with a few strokes along the rump.