Moose are one of the most striking and remarkable animals in the natural world. Although these massive giants might not be able to win beauty contests, their impressive size and impressive antlers still make them stand out.
They are loved by many people because they are so distinctive. It can be frustrating to learn how a moose is drawn because of their uniqueness.
It doesn’t have be difficult if you have the right guide. You can see that guide right now.
This step-by–step guide will help you draw a moose.
This is the first step in our guide to drawing a moose. We will start with the face, and the top of your antlers.
You can draw these elements by using a series of curved lines and rounded lines. We will be focusing on the top of the antlers, as you can see from the reference image.
Once you have drawn the top of the antlers, you can draw the ears and face of the moose.
This is it for this step. You’re not ready to move on to step 2.
This section of your moose drawing can be used to finish the antlers and begin with the back.
Finish the antlers by adding more curves to the top, while the bottom will remain long and smooth.
Once you are done with the antlers, you can draw the back using slightly curved lines.
This is the part where we finish the face, then add the chest and the first leg.
To create a beard for the moose, first make some jagged lines. You can also use a small, round shape for your eye that will be near the ear.
You will then create a jagged furry box for the moose, and then draw the first leg according to the reference image.
So far you’ve only drawn one leg for your moose illustration. Now, add two more legs to the belly.
The legs will be very similar to the one you have drawn. You can then use a jagged line that is similar to your beard to create the belly.
These aspects have been drawn. Now, there are just a few details you need to complete the final step.
You are almost ready to color your picture. However, there are some final details that you need to include in the fifth step of our guide to drawing a moose.
The final leg can be added at the back of your moose. To make your moose appear furrier and more hairy, add lots of straight lines to the body.
After you’ve drawn the details, you are technically done with this guide. You can finish the guide by adding a few details or touches to it before you move on.
For one, you could add more creatures to the moose or change the position of the animal.
It can also add a lot of value to an image if you make a background for it. Some pictures of Alaskan wilderness could be used as inspiration.
This is just one of many ideas. How will you complete the picture before moving on to the next step?
This brings us to the last step in this guide drawing a moose. This step is great fun because you can add beautiful colors to your drawing.