The okapi has been my favorite animal since I was learning to talk and was a no brainier to put in this book. Anatomically speaking, this creature is built like a long necked horse with big shoulders (or more accurately: a short necked giraffe), so if you know how to draw a horse it isContinue reading “How to draw an Okapi”
Let’s look behind the scenes to see how to draw a nightingale like the one in the book!
Let’s take a look behind the scenes and see how to draw a Manta Ray like the one in the book!
Lacewings are named for their beautiful lacy wings, and no wonder. They are fairly easy to draw, even the delicate wings. So, without further Ado, here is how to draw a Lacewing. Step 1 Draw two circles of the same size, slightly overlapping. Make sure you know the length of the diameter, we will callContinue reading “How to draw a Lacewing”
Let’s learn to draw a Komodo Dragon together!
Honey-badgers look a little bit different from actual badgers. Here’s how to draw a honey badger for our little honey-guide friend we drew last week! Step 1 Draw a circle, make sure you know the length of the diameter as we will be using it to determine the sizes of everything else. We will callContinue reading “How to draw a Honey-Badger”
Honey guide and honey badgers are one of the most famous symbiotic pairs in nature. Next week we’ll learn how to draw a honey-badger, but first let’s draw his friend, Honeyguide! Step 1: Draw a circle. Make sure you know the diameter, we’ll call that 1 unit. Step 2: Touching the first circle draw anotherContinue reading “How to draw a honey-guide”
Let’s learn how to draw a gecko like the one I drew in the book!
Whether you call them fireflies or lightning bugs, these insects are amazing. I loved drawing this page in the book because I got to play with lighting a lot. Fireflies are interesting to draw realistically, because if I drew them flying with their legs in the position they are when they actually fly, it looksContinue reading “How to draw a Firefly”
Let’s draw an earthworm!