Hey, budding artists! 🎨 Ready for a wild drawing adventure? Today, we will learn how to draw a Python step by step! 🐍 Grab your pencils, and let’s get creative.
Pythons are super cool snakes with awesome patterns. This guide will show you how to draw your own Python masterpiece. Excited? Let’s dive in and have some drawing fun! 🚀🌈
Step by step python drawing
Begin with the python’s head by drawing a curved shape similar to a bean, which will form the top and side of the head.
Draw two circles for the eyes.
For the python’s tongue, add a forked line coming out from the lower part of the head. This represents the snake’s flicking tongue. Add several small dots near the top of the head for texture.
Add details to the face. Draw two circles for forming the neck of the python.
Begin drawing the python’s body by extending three long, parallel, and slightly curved lines down from the bottom of the head.
To create the coiled look, draw these lines so that they loop around in a spiral.
Draw curved lines it should create a large, flat “S” shape.
At the end of the “S” shape, draw the python’s tail, making sure it tapers to a point.
Draw oval or circular patterns along the python’s back for the distinctive python markings.
Finalize your drawing by adding any additional details such as shading or texture to give the python a more three-dimensional appearance.
Your cheerful cartoon python is finished! Give it vibrant colors like shades of green, a touch of red, dark green, and a skin tone.
Drawing Python is an exciting and simple task. Begin with a serpentine body shape, add a distinctive head, and sketch in scales.
Feel free to personalize it! Once your Python drawing is done, share your fantastic artwork with us. Happy drawing!
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