Step 25: Use the initial big circle as a guide to draw the shape of the tiger's head. Use quick, short strokes to represent fur as you follow the basic path of the circle. The bottom part of the head should be up higher than the lower edge of the initial circle guide. Don't close off the shape of the head at the top. Just add a few strokes on the upper right side.
Step 26: Use the U-shaped lines to the left of the head as guides to draw the top part of the tiger's front leg. Darken the outer edges of the guides to create the thick shape of the front leg coming forward. Use quick, short strokes mainly on the left side, to indicate the fur on the front leg.
Step 27: Use the angled shape at the bottom as a guide to draw the foot coming forward. Follow the basic path of the guide as you darken the lines and create the shape of the foot. Use curved lines instead of straight lines as you draw the foot for a more organic, less rigid feel. Now draw the tiger's toes and claws across the bottom part of the initial guide. Draw the first claw close to the left side as a small triangle that has curved sides. Draw a short vertical line on the right to separate the toes and continue to the next claw.
This claw should be a tiny bit bigger , but keep it thin and pointy at the bottom. Add the vertical line to the right to separate the toe and add a curved line on top for extra detail. Add another short vertical line to separate the last two toes and add the last two claws too. The claws on either end should be smaller than the middle ones. The tiger's paw should be big because it's in the foreground.
Step 28: Use the circle behind the head and the arc to the left as guides to draw the shape of the body. Follow the basic path of the guides as you use quick, short strokes to create the fur on the underside. As you draw the top part of the growling tiger's body, follow the path of the circle but add a few extra curved lines above the head. These curved lines at the top are the shoulder blades. They should look like a couple of short hills. The back portion of the body should slope down to the left side. The bottom part of the body is shaggier, so use quick, short strokes at the bottom and smoother strokes on top.
Step 29: Use the small, angled line under the tiger's head as a guide to draw the other front foot. Follow the path of the guide as you draw the shape of the foot around it. Most of the leg will be behind the head and body, so only draw the visible bottom part. Use the other front leg as a template to duplicate the toes and claws but make them smaller.