Step 11: On top of the head, on either side, draw two triangle-like shapes for the saber-toothed tiger's ears. The ear on the left should be smaller than the ear on the right. Add a few lines inside the ear on the right for the fur.
Step 12: Draw the sides of the head as two long, curved, vertical lines. These long lines should be made up of smaller jagged lines to represent the fur on the smilodon's cheeks. The lower part of the head shouldn't stretch down all the way down to the chin. It should end mid-jaw.
Step 13: Starting at the top of the head, draw a long, curved line for the back. Sketch lightly at first. The line should be similar to a little hill. Add a few jagged lines at the top for the fur. When you get the shape right, darken the line. Under the head, draw a couple of lines that curve to the right for the saber-toothed tiger's chest.
Step 14: To the right of the chest, draw a couple of short, curved , horizontal lines for the smilodon's first leg. At the top, draw a line that curves to the right and then down for the other edge of the leg. Add a short, vertical line on the left side and a horizontal line at the bottom for the foot. On the bottom, left side, draw three short, curved lines to separate the individual toes. At the tip of each toe, draw a small triangular shape for the saber-toothed tiger's claws. It's okay to overlap the lines for the toes.
Step 15: Under the head, draw the smilodon's other leg stepping forward. The leg is made up of a big, thick shape that slopes to the lower, left side. Sketch lightly at first so that its easy to erase if you make a mistake. When you get the shape right, darken the lines. As you darken the bottom edge, draw a small, curved line near the front for the dewclaw. At the tip of the saber-toothed tiger's foot, draw two short, curved, vertical lines to separate the toes. On the tip of each toe, draw a small, curved, triangular shape for the claws.