How to Draw a Fly Eating Plant

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A fly eating plant is also known as a "Fly Trap." Learn how to draw a fly eating plant with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, Chris here. And today I'm going to show you how to draw a fly eating plant. So, what I'm going to do is I'm going to start off with a flower pot here. It's up to you if you want to make it in the dirt, in the soil, maybe it's in the garden. You can do that as well. But here's the flower pot and a little brim. OK. And now I'm going to take my handy green, and I'm going to just draw a couple lines kind if going out like that and one on this side. And then I'm going to do a couple of just leaves at the bottom, just kind of scattered a little bit. And then at the top I'm going to draw one kind of arc, just going like that and then one going down, and then at the bottom I'm going to do another one. So, it almost looks like two leaves. But then what I'm going to do is I'm going to fill these in just with a little bit of I'm highlights. The same at the bottom. Then I'm going to do the same thing on the other side but I'm going to make this one a little bit smaller, a little bit of a smaller guy. And fill in a little bit of highlight there. And then I'm going to take my handy white and I'm going to draw some teeth. And now their teeth kind of go out a little bit, so I'm going to fan those out just like that and the same here. And the same on this side and maybe you got some flies there. Just like that. And then you can always flesh it out as much as you want. Maybe if you want some other colors you can definitely so that, if you like a little flower down there or something. But it's totally up to you and your own design. But there you go guys. That's how you do a fly eating plant. Good luck to you and stay creative, please.

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