An interesting new drawing lesson on how to draw a squid is ready for you. This is a simple nine-step tutorial.
In this drawing guide, you will learn how to draw a squid step by step. This lesson is specially created for children and aspiring artists, so you don’t have to fear that you won’t be able to do the job.
Squids are mollusks and belong to a class called cephalopods. They’re a pretty good-looking marine predator. Squids have elongated tubular bodies and short compact heads.
You can draw a great drawing with these instructions. So, let’s get down to painting the squid!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Squid
- Draw the outline of the squid’s torso.
Depict the top of it as an arc and the bottom as a shorter curved line.
- Outline an improved contour of the squid’s top body.
In the upper part of the squid’s body, draw a curved line as in my example.
- Draw the two squid’s tentacles.
Draw these elements similar to each other. Depict them below the outline of the torso.
- Add two more tentacles.
These tentacles should be positioned in the background compared to the previous ones.
- Add more tentacles near the previous ones.
They are placed on the sides of the previous ones. Depict them as the same with the curved lines.
- Draw the last two tentacles.
These tentacles look partially covered by the previously drawn tentacles.
- Outline the features of the face.
At the bottom of the squid’s torso, add the eyes as ovals and the mouth as a short curved line.
- Erase the auxiliary lines.
Use the eraser to remove unnecessary lines from the squid’s body.
- Colour the drawing.
Colour the squid’s body purple and its eyes black, adding highlights on them.
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