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 (respect!) And people destroy the natural habitats of zebras the way they can. But let’s not talk about sad things. We will talk about how to draw a zebra. In the world there are several types of zebras, they differ mainly in the structure and color of the strips, but we will not go into these taxonomic subtleties.
Zebra drawing lesson 1
Outline a draft in pencil:
Draw the body as it is the largest part of the whole animal. The tummy is tight, the back is with a slight deflection – the body looks very athletic:
Draw a thin and slender hind legs and a fairly long tail with a tassel at the end.
Now it’s time to draw the front legs. Note that Zebras are odd-toed.
The head, like the other horses, looks great:
On the head and along the neck and back, the mane resembling a rigid brush.
The body of the zebra is decorated with a pattern of cross strips. But do not draw these strips mechanically – like a shadow from the fence.
How to draw a Zebra – lesson 2
I hope that you agree with me that every time we do not just learn to draw a particular animal at a particular moment in his life, but we learn to paint this animal in general-in any situation and the position it can take.
Now we will learn how to draw a zebra when it goes.
But first, in any case, draw the body.
So we got to drawing the feet – one is the supporting one, the second leg is laid back. The tail of the zebras is not the same model as the horses (bushy broom), but rather like a broom with a handle.
Draw the front legs: one is also the supporting one, the second is brought forward and angularly bent.
The head is like a horse and is also very large.
Now we need to properly distribute the strips on the body and at the same time we still have to take into account that the figure is not flat and the stripes are bent in accordance with the roundness of the sides and legs.
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