How to draw a sheep and a male sheep(ram). Everyone, I think, had the good fortune of seeing domestic sheep — such balls of wool on slender legs and with ingenuous muzzles with or without horns. How to draw a male sheep (ram) Probably, experts can point out many differences between a male and a
e have already learned how to draw such popular representatives of bears as brown and polar. But in nature there are still many other interesting species of bears. Let’s start with the lesson of drawing the Himalayan bear. How to draw the Himalayan bear step by step The Himalayan bear is almost twice as small
Aardvark is called the only species of mammals from the same-named order. Now scientists are still unable to pinpoint who among the animals are his closest relatives. Because of external similarity, they thought that it was close to anteaters, but with the appearance of more accurate types of analysis, they came to the assumption of
How to draw a Fennec Fox. Do you remember that fox who the Little Prince met in the fairy tale of Exupery? So, it was not just an ordinary fox, but a fox called fennec. It is the smallest fox representatives of the tribe, they live in the deserts of Africa, and have a very,
Let`s learn how to draw a musk ox. Have you ever heard of such an animal?I learned about them recently and immediately rushed to read Wikipedia. It turned out that despite this name there are no musk glands in musk oxen. And these “oxes” may not even be bulls but relatives of goats. No how!
let`s learn how to draw a zebra. I’m sure that you do not need to explain who this zebra is. Anyone from child knows about amusing black-and-white striped horses living in Africa. Another thing is that in fact they are not very funny, they are so wild that they do not give in to domestication
Let`s learn how to draw a Puma. However, this amazing animal has many names-more than 40 in English! When I read about it, I immediately thought that learning to draw such a beast is easier than learning all his names. I fell in love with Puma when I read Castaneda: during the journey through the