In this tutorial I will show you how to draw a mouse step by step. Some people are afraid of mice, while others like to keep them as pets. Personally, I think they’re very cute, intelligent critters, with a simple body that is perfect to draw for beginners! So if you’re not afraid of mice, follow me to learn how to draw a mouse from scratch.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn to draw an adult sheep and a lamb, find out if all sheep have horns, and explore the distinctive appearance features that are typical for these animals. You don’t need any special knowledge of animal anatomy to complete the drawings!
If you want to learn how to draw an ear, you must first understand its construction. Although human ears look quite complicated, they can be drawn quite easily once you deconstruct them. In this tutorial I will show you such an anatomical deconstruction, and I will also explain how to use it to draw ears in three views: front, side, and in perspective.
If you want to draw crystals, first you need to answer a question: what crystals? There are so many different shapes! Luckily, they all have something in common—they can be built using a simple geometric formula.
You can draw, you know it. You can hold a pencil, you can lead lines, but somehow they don’t want to listen to you. As long as you draw something that doesn’t require precision, something chaotic, it works all right. But any time you try to draw from a reference, the proportions are so off that it’s scary.
We all used to draw as kids. It was easy back then, no matter if you used color pencils, a stick, or your finger on a steamy window. But even then you might have noticed that some children drew better than you. Not that you knew what “better” meant—all you knew was the sweetness of praise. Whenever you heard someone else being praised, and your own work ignored, you felt worse and worse. Eventually, you gave up on drawing. Why would you continue if nobody cared?
Palms are one of the best known and most widely planted tree families; there are about 2,600 species of palm trees. They are also a popular symbol of vacations and the tropical island paradise.
Drawing something from a reference is one thing, but if you want to draw from memory/imagination, you must really understand the topic beforehand. In this tutorial I will tell you everything you need to know about a human nose: how its anatomy can be simplified to forms and lines, and how to draw it in every view and style without a reference.
Pigs are a very interesting subject to draw, because they have a simple body structure: like a barrel with a head and legs. This means that even if you’re a beginner, you can do a decent job of drawing a pig! In this tutorial I will show you how to do it step by step.
Sometimes the simple things are the hardest to draw. A heart shape, for example—deceptively simple, but it’s so easy to mess it up! In this tutorial I will show you how to draw a perfectly symmetrical heart step by step. Show your love for someone by drawing them a perfect little heart!
In this tutorial, we’ll draw an angelfish—a small freshwater fish with a round body and elongated fins of a complex angular shape. This contrast makes an angelfish a true creative discovery for an artist!
Roses are very popular flowers, commonly seen as a symbol of love. They’re very difficult to draw, though—they’re made of many layers of petals. You need to add them carefully one by one, and then shade the whole construction. In this quick tutorial I will show you how to do it if you want to build your own rose from scratch, without relying on a reference. But if you want, feel free to check any of these ThemeKeeper Market references to help yourself:
Do you remember those color-by-numbers pages you used to play with as a child? You were provided with the outlines, and your job was to fill them with colors as they showed, to create an artwork the author had planned for you. It was fun without any stress!
Of all the mammals, grizzly bears are one of the easiest to draw—they are big and plump, with thick fur concealing the silhouette, and they’re plantigrade, so their legs are similar to ours. Moreover, their characteristic face with tiny eyes and a huge muzzle makes it easy to keep the proportions right. So, even if you’re a complete beginner at drawing, you can safely try drawing a realistic bear with me!