How to Draw a Wild Boar With Outlines

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When drawing a wild boar it may be wise to begin by outlining the animal. Draw a wild boar with outlines with help from an artist and art teacher in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Patricia. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a wild boar with outlines. Alright so let's get our wild board down here. We have the head and usually have a very large snout so let's do a circle for that and then we'll bring this up, back down, here's their big body. Wild boars have a fairly large body. Let's put it like this. The back is not as large as the front, a rounded behind, the front legs, hooves, again same thing in the back, a little bit shorter because it's farther away and then let's make this leg a little bit shorter, alright, the tummy and then the hind legs. Let's bring it down here, the hooves. Again, the leg is a little bit shorter in the background. We have the tail, just like a thin little tail here and then we've got the ears and wild boars have small eyes so they're kind of small beady eyes. You don't need much, just like a little small eye right here and up here they're a little bit hairy so feel free to add some hair in there and a lot of times their mouth is, they've got some really sharp teeth so notice how on this side I'm adding this right here, you know what, let's make them blue so you can really see those sharp teeth. And these are sticking out of its mouth and you know you might have one on the other side too, you can see it. And then you know, this is shading down here underneath on its tummy. And there you go, let's, you know the only thing I want to do is let's put a little eye in here. This eye is just not beady enough for me. So we have a little tiny eye and then you put the eyeball in there, there we go and some horizon line. Oh, and there you go, there is a wild boar. Enjoy.

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