In this lesson, the team of Drawing For All 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.
Take a pencil and make a circle, a line on the circle and another one simple line below the circle. It’s more like a chupa-chups, not a zebra head, but it’s temporary.
In the second step we sketch out the long muzzle of our zebra and two lines of the neck, as our artists did.
Now draw the eye that should be located on the horizontal line, the ears, nostrils, mouth and straight mane.
Using clear and very smooth lines draw out the outlines of the head and all details. Recall that you need to delete all the guidelines drawn by us in the first steps.
Now let’s work with strips. In order not to get confused, we will first draw their outlines. The mane of the zebra is also striped – this is the continuation of the neck strips.
Now paint the stripes in solid black and add shadows by hatching. In some places, for example, in the area of the tip of the muzzle, leave some weakly painted areas – areas of light fall.
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