A camel is a bizarre, yet equally useful creature for humans. This animal, which was adapted to the harsh areas of the globe – deserts, semi-deserts, and steppes, saved the people who lived in these regions. You’ve probably guessed that the lesson will teach the students the art of drawing the camel.
The initial actions of the lesson are identical to the initial stages of lessons on other ungulates (for instance, the giraffe or muskox). The sketch is a round face, with an extended, curly neck, and two large circles to represent the pelvis and the chest. Then, draw the leg muscles, then move to step 2.
In this first stage, we’ll be adding the body volume of the camel. In the beginning, we sketch the muzzle. Sketch the contour of a broad and somewhat large neck. Include the neck’s volume on the front legs and proceed to step three.
Let’s increase the size of the remainder of the body of the camel. Draw two hump-like humps that are fairly high (as you’ve observed that we draw a two-humped camel that is distinct from the one-humped model). Then, sketch the belly lines, then add the volume of the hind legs and create the tail.
The basic outline of the silhouette of the camel appears in place and now we can concentrate on the finer details. Take care to draw the muzzles of our camel making the eye, nose, and mouth. Then, we draw the ear and curly head of the camel.
In continuation of the wavy lines of the neck, draw carefully two humps on the upper part, and draw legs into the lower portion. Don’t forget to take out any lines that are not needed on the sides of the camel.
The camel’s figure carefully draws the hind legs as well as the tail with short hairy hair. Take out any remaining guidelines and then make any necessary corrections prior to the last step (if required).
This is the final step of the course on drawing the camel in which, according to tradition, we’ll add shadows. Make shadows by hatching considering the angle at which light falls as well as the areas where shadows will fall. By using short strokes, create the appearance of fur, as in our illustration.
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