In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw a firefly in just nine easy steps. Start the lesson and get useful drawing skills!
Now I will show you how to draw a firefly. This will be a simple step-by-step guide, which is designed specifically for beginner artists.
If you love wildlife and in particular like to draw insects, then you will do this lesson with pleasure. Here you will learn how to draw a firefly step by step.
Firefly is a small beetle that can glow in the dark. This insect has a special organ on the last abdominal segments, due to which light is emitted.
Small lights on a warm summer night are a beautiful sight. Fireflies are found all over the world, on every continent except Antarctica. The glow of fireflies can have different shades – white, orange, green, or blue.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw a Firefly
- Draw the torso.
Depict an even oval.
- Add the outline of the head.
Sketch out a smooth rounded line to the body.
- Depict the antennae.
Draw two small lines from the head and add small circles at the ends.
- Draw one wing.
From the head to the body, draw a smooth rounded line to depict the wing on the left side.
- Add the second wing.
Repeat the previous step and depict the same wing on the right side.
- Draw the stripe on the belly.
Sketch out a small horizontal line between the wings.
- Depict the glow.
From the belly, draw three stripes in different directions to depict light rays.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Remove all unnecessary lines with an eraser.
- Color the firefly.
Use different shades of brown. Color the luminous belly in beige.
The firefly is ready! If you have followed all the drawing steps correctly, then you should have a great drawing. Share your impressions in the comments and at the same time offer your ideas for new lessons.
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