How to Draw Different Animal Bodies

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As in real life, you will have to approach drawing the bodies of different animals in different ways. Draw different animal bodies 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 different animal bodies. I'm going to start with a dog. That's a basic animal and I'm just going to draw his face, this is the top of his head and there's the bottom. There's his nose and there's his eye and I'm going to do his ear like that. Okay so the head is part of the body, the front part and then I'm just going to draw the rest of his body, there's his chest and his fore legs. The fore legs are the front legs. I'm going to draw in his paws. First his legs and then some lines for the toes and then there's his hind quarters and his tail and there's his hind legs and there are his hind feet and there are the toes of his hind feet and put a smile on him, he can have a little spot on his back maybe like that. And another kind of animal is a horse and I'm just going to draw him right behind this dog. I'm going to use a different marker because that one is kind of dry. So I'm just drawing him right behind the dog and that's his back, his head is down and there is his hind legs. He's like a pony kind of. They're friends, there's his feet, there's his other hind leg, right next to the first one. There's his tail, the tail is part of the body and it looks like that and some of his body is obscured by this dog. But you can see the basic structure and his head is down because he's eating grass and I'm just drawing in his face. There are his ears and his eye and his nostril and there is his front leg and his hoof. They're just hanging out together and I'm just drawing in the mane which is the horse's hair on his neck and head and that's how I draw different animal bodies.


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