Add in the legs.
The legs are the last part of the sketch, which for some might be the most difficult part. The legs need to be drawn to match the head and body shapes. But, generally speaking, panda legs are going to have a more teardrop shape. Sketch these in different positions on your panda’s torso until you get the proportions and positions right. Once you have your basic pose and body shape, you’re ready to refine.
Refine with Fresco techniques.
With your initial sketch complete, you’re now ready to add detail to your panda. The beauty of the digital medium is that you can use layering to refine your drawings. Layers are like transparent pieces of paper that you can draw on and stack in various configurations. Your sketch in Fresco is likely on a single layer, and you can add as many layers on top of it as you need to get your drawing where you want it. Suggestions for layers include one for linework, one for detail, one for base colors, and one for shadows. But you can create as many or as few as needed to enhance your creative process, and then remove any layers you don’t want in your final piece.
Create a layer.
Press the “+” button to create a layer in Fresco. The new layer will automatically be created on top of all of the others, so you can start drawing. Feel free to adjust the position of the layer in a way that makes sense to you.