I have prepared a lesson in which you will learn how to draw a snail. This lesson consists of seven simple steps with a detailed description.
I have prepared for you a wonderful drawing lesson in which you will learn how to draw a snail step by step. This drawing lesson is great for beginners or kids to do as there are no hard to draw elements. The snail you draw with these instructions will look very cute.
I am sure that each of you has seen snails many times. Most often, many crawling snails appear on the ground in rainy weather. The snail is a small herbivore. In hot weather, snails hide inside their shells behind rocks or in the grass, while in rain they usually crawl out of the grass.
The snail has long and short horns. Snails have eyes on their long horns, and with the help of small horns, the snail can distinguish smells. When danger arises, the snail hides all its horns under the shell.
By learning how to draw a snail with the help of this simple instruction, you will be able to depict this animal against the background of grass, stones, roads, trees, flowers and any natural landscape. And you can also depict a snail placed in an aquarium.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Snail
- Draw the outline of the snail’s head.
To complete this step, you need to draw one rounded line, as shown in the picture.
- Add the lower body of the snail.
Continue the drawn line with another line, depicting the pointed torso.
- Depict the shell of the snail.
Above the previously drawn elements, draw an incomplete circle using a curved line.
- Sketch out the inside of the snail’s shell.
Now you should draw one curl inside the shell using a curved line.
- Add facial features.
Inside the outline of the snail’s head, depict two points and add an arc below them.
- Draw the horns of the snail.
At the top of the snail’s head, draw two identical elements using arcs and small circles.
- Color the drawing.
To color the snail, use green and blue colors.
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