In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw a fly. I promise that you will have a good time and improve your drawing skills.
I suggest you complete an interesting lesson that is dedicated to drawing insects, and now I will show you in detail how to draw a fly step by step. They are widespread dipterous insects.
On our planet, there are different types of flies that differ in size and structural features. Common houseflies are harmful because they carry dirt and disease-causing bacteria on their paws. At the same time, flies are of great importance in wildlife, as they are food for birds.
To successfully complete the lesson, follow the sequence of steps and carefully draw all the lines that are marked in red in each drawing step. Also make sure that both sides of the fly’s body are symmetrical.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Fly
- Draw the head and middle part of the torso.
Sketch out two ovals that intersect each other.
- Depict the belly.
With a smooth line, draw the elongated belly that has a narrow end.
- Add the eyes.
On the head draw two large eyes in the form of ovals.
- Sketch out the antennae.
In front of the head, add the short antennae.
- Draw the wings.
From the middle part of the body, draw down smooth curved lines to represent the wings.
- Depict the first pair of paws.
In the upper part of the body, draw two thin paws and add thin transverse lines on the body.
- Add the rest of the paws.
Depict four more paws, while maintaining symmetry.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Carefully remove all extra lines in your drawing and make the outline clearer.
- Color the fly.
For coloring, use several shades of gray.
The fly is ready! Now you have learned how to draw a very popular insect. I hope that you have made every effort at each stage of drawing, and you like the result of the work. Especially for your convenience, I have previously created a short version of the lesson in PDF format. Download the file so that the lesson is always available to you.