Let`s learn how to draw a mole. The mole is an insectivorous animal, it belongs to the mole family and it is a relative of a shrew. But the shrew is somewhat similar to a mouse, but about the mole do not say so.
Here are only for interest – take a look at the shrew:
We immediately see that the animal runs well and is successfully oriented in space.
And compare with the mole:
Even if you try to draw in more detail, there is little to add:
Just black sausage with nose and grabby paws.
Draw the cylindrical body:
Oh, by the way, I did not mention – the mole has a tail. This tail is a very important sensory organ and helps the mole to move backwards and not lose roads.
The head is round, but the proboscis is extended forward. There are practically no eyes (many moles have skin overgrown at all), and there are no outer ears either.
The legs of the mole are very short, but the paws are developed like shovels! Or an excavator bucket.
Mole hair is short, velvety and almost always black.
To put it bluntly, the mole has such an appearance that there is practically nothing to draw step-by-step.
Therefore we will draw the second mole quickly.
Also similar to the caterpillar.
The eyes are marked, but, alas, they are very small and almost blind.
We will color this mole in black as well.
Adults have a tendency to draw moles in black glasses and with a cane for children. I have always disapproved of such concoctions, they give the children a wrong idea of reality. Let’s draw animals the way they look in life — realistically.
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