I suggest you complete a wonderful drawing lesson in which you will learn how to draw a flying butterfly step by step.
So, I am glad to bring to your attention this very simple and useful drawing lesson, in which I will tell and show you how to draw a flying butterfly step by step. This lesson does not contain any complex elements, so any novice artist or child can easily handle it. Carefully follow my instructions, and then you will definitely get a great drawing.
Butterflies are considered one of the most beautiful insects. The body of a butterfly is divided into 2 large sections—the body and wings. The body consists of a head, rigidly connected to the body. It has a round shape with a flattened nape.
Large eyes have a round or oval shape, and a complex structure that allows insects to distinguish some colors and perceive moving objects well. Butterflies have three pairs of thin legs. Butterfly wings covered with small scales. The size of the wings, color, structure depend on the type of butterfly.
Having learned how to draw a flying butterfly, you can easily depict it in the future as the main object of your drawing, and you can also complement any natural landscape, meadow, flowers or any other drawing you have drawn with the image of this flying butterfly.
At the stage of coloring a flying butterfly, you can use our coloring option, and you can also show your imagination and paint its wings in different colors or add unusual beautiful patterns to them.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Flying Butterfly
- Draw the outline of the head and body.
Depict the head of the butterfly in the form of a circle, and also add its torso using a curved line.
- Add the top outlines of the front pair of the butterfly wings.
You need to draw two arcs from the previously drawn head, as shown in the figure.
- Finish drawing the contours of the front pair of the wings.
From the ends of the previously drawn arcs, add curved and wavy lines of varying lengths.
- Add the outline of another butterfly wing.
At the back of the body, draw another curved line connecting the body and the large wing.
- Sketch out the antennae of the butterfly.
At the top of the head, draw two arcs, and also add two identical large dots at their ends.
- Color the drawing.
To color the flying butterfly, use gray and blue or any other colors.
I remind you that you can download the PDF file that I have prepared especially for your convenience. This file contains a short version of this lesson and has additional useful training materials. Download this file so as not to lose it and return to this lesson at any time convenient for you.