We are huge fans of mythology and enjoy drawing characters from mythology from the past. We have drawn a variety of characters drawn from ancient Greek stories however, we did not get one single lesson on the character’s mythology in the Akkadian myths. After deciding to rectify the situation, we devised a lesson on drawing scorpions as well as Aqrabuamelu.
The first thing we will discuss is the skull of our scorpion. It is important to note it is by far the most bizarre Skeletal structure that was created on the website. Try to duplicate each line as well as the details illustrated in our illustration.
Now let’s make our scorpion man more voluminous. Remember that the forearms and pincers need to be big. Also, remember that all lines must also be extremely light similar to the earlier step.
Let’s get to the specifics. We must draw out the particulars on the face here. The head should be displayed in the manner of old Babylonian and Akkadian mythologies.
The next step is to work on the torso. With the assistance of clear and smooth lines trace out your muscles’ outline of your physique (rather onto the outer shell).
Then let’s try it again, however, using the arms of our scorpion. Draw the arms out using enormous pincers, like in our illustration.
We now move to the legs and torso. We outline every section on the legs and the torso of Aqrabuamelu. Try to repeat all of the lines as illustrated in our illustration.
In this stage, we complete sketching the scorpion’s body. Draw the long tail, dividing it into multiple segments, and then concluding with an intense stabbing.
If your scorpion’s man is similar to us, then let’s play using shadows. Utilizing clear, dense with uniform hatching draw the shadows as shown in the illustration below.
The character, who was featured in myths from the past, is seen in numerous modern novels movies, games, and books. In all of these works, the image on the outside of the scorpion man appears somewhat different. Therefore, draw your own interpretation of this creature using the techniques provided by our illustrators in the article.