Description: I haven't really done any tutorials based on for kids stuff. I thought I would at least upload two of them today because I know that there are folks on Dragoart that really enjoy them. Here is the first one, "<em>how to draw turtles for kids</em>", step by step. There is many different types of turtles in existence, but they all share one common ground. They have shelled backs, four legs, a tail, and they are very slow. Also, turtles are considered to be reptiles, and one of the closest living relatives to the dinosaur. In this tutorial you will get a full blown detailed lesson with different head shots, as well as body poses. I feel that even though this is a tut on drawing turtles for kids, it's actually a great lesson for other artists who are struggling with recreating these animals. Enjoy yourselves as you embark on a new drawing journey!
Description: Here is the first lesson and this is on a whole drawing sheet just on three different types of a turtles head and face. Sketch out three different shapes for the heads like you see here, or you can choose to do just one. Next, draw out the eyes, nose and mouth, then add the appropriate spots, wrinkles, and folds.
Description: Here is a draw sheet of the turtle from the side. First draw out the outline of the head, and neck. Next, draw the rounded bowl like shell, then the legs and tail. When that is done you will only have to draw in the eye, mouth and nose, as well as the shell separation line, and patches on the legs. Also draw the arches for the toe nails too. Lastly, draw the odd shapes on the shell, then sketch in the swirl designs.