How to Draw a Ladybird

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Despite its name, a ladybird actually belongs to a family of beetles. Draw a ladybird with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name's Jessica and I'm an artist and today we're going to draw a ladybird. So, some people call a ladybird a ladybug and some people call a ladybug a ladybird, but this is how you draw one. First this you're going to do is you're going to draw a nice round, sort of oval, shape. Almost like a, almost like a turtle but not quite. And then we're going to give our ladybug these cute little antennas and we're going to give her two cute eyes. So, next we have all the spots on her body. We're going to draw, some of them can big, some of them can be little. Doesn't really matter. Basically like that. Now, most ladybugs, or ladybirds, have kind of a split down the middle which is where their wings come out. So, we're we're going to leave it, her wings will come out another time. And then we draw just a bunch of little feet on our ladybug, ladybird. And, we're going to give her cute little eyelashes and a little smile. This ladybird is a lady on the go, so she's going to also have a little purse which she keeps her things in. And that is how you draw a ladybird.


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