How to draw a Elephant (African) | easy animals to draw

Learn How to draw a Elephant step by step with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. easy animals to draw for kids.

How to draw a Elephant step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

When drawing your Elephant, you will need to start by drawing head, trunk, and ears. To create the head, you will start with a curved stop at the top of the head and down to the stem. Create a hook at the end of the trunk and draw a line back, ending the trunk. T makes the ear start from the top of the head and the curve around ends on a point. Then draw a straight line up the middle of the head. Now you have created the ear.

Step 2

You will now need to add trunk and face to the elephant. For the eyes, draw a small circle. For horses, draw a rectangle with a starting point from it. Draw a starting point from the tree on the opposite side.

Step 3

The next step is to paint the Elephant. Draw a straight line down from the bottom of the head. For the rear draw a curve that comes from the top of the head, going down and bent around the back.

Step 4

Now you will need to paint the legs. Draw two parallel lines going down from the body. They will need to bend into and bond together in an angular shape that will become the foot.

Step 5

Next draw the other leg by drawing two parallel lines connected to the same leg as the first one.

Step 6

The next step is to attract the abdomen and hind legs. For the abdomen draws a slightly curved curve from the front of the leg to carry the hind legs will be. For the hind legs, draw a line from the back down to the body and create a leg. Then there is the path from the foot to the top of the abdomen.

Step 7

Draw the other hind legs behind the front by drawing parallel lines and connecting them to the legs.

Step 8

The last step is to draw the tail by pulling the lines from behind to connect to a point creating a thin tail. Make more colors for the actual varieties. Now you have an elephant.


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