How to Draw a Zebra Head with Pencil Step by Step

How to Draw a Zebra Head by Pencil with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and everyone.

How to Draw a Zebra Head with Pencil

In this lesson, the team of HTDraw.com will tell you how to draw a zebra head. By the way, with the help princips and tips that will be shown in thi lesson you can draw not only the head of a zebra, but also the head of an donkey or a horse, since the principles of constructing the heads of these animals are very similar.

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


Video produced by channel:  Rohit Arts

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

Step 1

Take the pencil and create a circle, one line above the circle and another simple line below the circle. It was more like a chupa-chups, not a zebra’s head, but it was only temporary.

Step 2

In the second step we outline the long muzzle of the zebra and the two lines on the neck, as our artists did. Neck tapered toward the head. The zebra face that we’re drawing looks like a conical cone. Don’t try to draw perfectly symmetrical and straight lines.

Step 3

Now draw the eye should be on the horizontal line. Add small details like the ears, nostrils, mouth and the contour of the mane. All of our animal’s facial features are quite small and round. The mane looks like a long line, flowing from head to body.

Step 4

Use clear and very smooth lines to draw the outline of the head and all the details. Draw the top part of the mane for a vertical shading. Don’t forget small details like the skin folds and ear cups. Recall that you need to delete all the rules we drew in the first steps.

Step 5

Now let’s work with the strips. In order not to get confused, we will first draw their outline. The zebra’s mane also has stripes – this is a continuation of the neck bands.

Step 6

Now paint the stripes with solid black and add shadow by coloring. For example in some places in the muzzle area leave some weak painted areas – areas of light in.

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