Let`s learn how to draw a Mosquito. This annoying and even dangerous insects, along with no less annoying fly, belongs to the range of diptera – it means two-winged. Everybody knows a common mosquito for its itching bites and silent but awful noise. . Actually only mosquito females are bloodsuckers, their males feed on nectar.
Have you ever seen caterpillars? Who are they? Are they worms? Or are they snakes? Neither one nor the other, the caterpillar is the larvae of butterflies. And another question – what period of life is more important for these insects: in voracious creeping caterpillar, or in the form of a flying butterfly. Let`s learn
Let`s learn how to draw a HoneyBee. In fact, I would say – let’s learn how to draw a realistic bee, as in life. Because I work in a school and see how children draw bees –only cartoon images! All sorts of Bee-line painted ovals with wings and smiley faces instead of the head. And
Let`s learn how to draw a wasp. We all know and are afraid of insects, and not without reason – the wasps sting is very painful. And that the wasps are dangerous, they warn us by their striking coloring – black and yellow stripes. And since this coloring really well helps out, so many other
Let`s learn how to draw a Stag Beetle. I can not say that the stag beetles are beautiful, but the fact that they are amazing, it’s a fact. The females of these insects look quite usual as bugs. But males have jaws ,which turned into huge horns. In order this ornament could be mounted on
Let`s learn how to draw a Damselfly. As you can see, this insect is very similar to a dragonfly. The fact that they are relatives (Odonata). Dragonflies belong to anisoptera, damselflies are zygoptera. But enough of the scientific terms, let’s draw. Draw body, it is much thinner and slimmer than dragonflies. The eyes are huge
Let`s learn how to draw a sacred scarab beetle. The one whom the ancient Egyptians deified. They considered him to be the embodiment of the dying and resurrecting sun god. Such a non-simple beetle. Today he does not cause us such awe, but he has the typical appearance of a beetle and, by his example,