A new and rather unusual drawing lesson on how to draw a centaur step by step is ready for you.
In this drawing tutorial, you will learn how to draw a centaur using my instructions. This lesson consists of nine steps that you can easily manage.
This time the drawing object will be unusual and interesting. A centaur was a creature from Greek mythology which was half-man and half-horse. The head, arms, and torso of a centaur were human and joined at the waist to the body and legs of a horse. If you are interested in ancient mythology, then drawing a centaur will be very interesting and exciting for you.
Prepare your drawing materials and start drawing. I hope you enjoy the drawing process.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Centaur
- Draw the centaur’s head and torso.
Depict the head as a circle and the torso with a curved line below the head.
- Add the hair and ear.
Use curved and rounded lines to draw these elements on the character’s head.
- Depict the facial features.
Draw the eyes, eyebrows, nose and mouth of a centaur.
- Depict the centaur’s hands.
They are bent at the elbows. Depict one of the arms partially covered by the torso.
- Draw the centaur’s legs.
Use straight and curved lines. Depict one leg slightly covered by the other.
- Outline two more legs.
These legs look straight and they are placed at the front of the centaur’s torso.
- Add the character’s tail.
The centaur’s tail is lush and has several pointed ends.
- Erase the auxiliary lines.
Use an eraser to remove unnecessary lines from the drawing.
- Colour the drawing.
Use beige, grey, black, and shades of brown to color the centaur.
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