How to Draw Two Intertwined Snakes

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Drawing two intertwined snakes can make a great design for a variety of purposes. Learn how to draw two intertwined snakes with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Rosalie and I'm an artist. And I'm going to show you how to draw two intertwined snakes. So, I'm going to start, I'm going to draw a symbol known as a caduceus, which is just that, two intertwined snakes, and it means like medical stuff. Like it's like for doctors. Anyway here's the head of one of the snakes. It's a symmetrical set up, the symbol. So, I'm doing the two heads like that. And then they wrap around each other, which I'm going to do like this. And you can see I'm just twining these two shapes around each other. And what you want to end up with is, it getting small, like tapering down. It's a little bit complex. But with a few tries you should be able to get it. And it's just getting smaller and twining around, just as if was a piece of, like two pieces of rope or he strands of a rope. And there's the end. And then the snakes, I'm going to make them smiling. And for this, also this symbol will sometimes have a sort of a pole coming up from it with a ball on top and some wings. So, I'm just drawing that in. And that's also symmetrical. And it could come down like that. You could even draw it through the snakes if you wanted. And fill it in there. And that's how I draw two intertwined snakes.


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