Camel Drawing easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw animals for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel : HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
The first steps of this lesson are quite similar to those of other ungulates (for example, about a giraffe or a musk mouse). We outline a round head, a long arched neck and two large circles for the chest and pelvis. Next outline the pins and move on to step number two.
Starting with this step we will add mass to the camel’s body. First of all, we outline the muzzle. Draw the contours of a long and fairly thick neck. Add volume to the front legs and go to step three.
Let’s add the volume of the rest of the camel’s body. Draw two rather tall hump (as you have already noticed, we draw a camel with two hump, quite different from one hump). Next, draw the belly line, add volume for the hind legs, and draw the tail.
The general outline of the camel is ready and now we will take care of the details. Carefully draw the camel’s muzzle out, forming the mouth, nose, and eyes. Next, we draw the ears and rippled contours of our camel neck.
Continuing the wavy lines of the neck, carefully draw the two hump on the upper part and draw the legs on the lower part. Don’t forget to remove unnecessary lines from the camel’s front.
We’re done with a camel that neatly draws its hind legs and a short, hairy tail. Delete all remaining rules and add any necessary tweaks before the final step (if needed).
This is the last step of our lesson on how to draw a camel, traditionally we’ll add a shadow. Add shadows by enlarging, taking into account the angle where the light falls and where it falls. Using short strokes, add the texture of the fur like in our example.
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