(Tutorial) Drawing a Turtle

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Old 03 March 2006   #1
(Tutorial) A series of different drawing tutorials

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http://www.drawingtips.net


Extremely easy guide on Drawing a Cartoony Turtle (personally, it's my favourite animal)

Step 1.

Draw the head.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...ngaturtle/1.gif

Step 2.

Draw the Eyes.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...ngaturtle/2.gif

Step 3.

Draw the Neck.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...ngaturtle/3.gif

Step 4.

Draw the Shell.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...ngaturtle/4.gif

Step 5.

Draw a criss-cross pattern on the shell.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...ngaturtle/5.gif

Step 6.

Simple rectangles for the legs.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...ngaturtle/6.gif

Step 7.

Color in the picture.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...ngaturtle/7.gif

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Drawing a Meteorite
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http://www.drawingtips.net



Really easy guide to drawing a cartoony Meteorite (or comet as some people would call it).

Drawing a Meteorite

Step 1.
Draw a Circle

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...eteorite/m1.jpg

Step 2.

Draw 3-4 bumps around the outside of the circle

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...eteorite/m2.jpg

Step 3.

Draw imperfect lines around the edges to give the circle a rough look, and draw a few curved lines within the circle.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...eteorite/m3.jpg

Step 4.

Use many small lines to depict shading on the curved lines within the circle.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...eteorite/m4.jpg

Step 5.

Draw lines around the edges to indicate speed.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...eteorite/m5.jpg

Step 6.

Draw curvy lines for flames.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...eteorite/m6.jpg

Step 7.

Remove un-needed lines and your done.

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...eteorite/m7.jpg

/ * Optional * \

Colored Picture

http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...eteorite/m8.jpg

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Drawing a Shark
http://www.drawingtips.net/drawingt...ingashark/1.gif
Drawn/Written by David Turnbull

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Drawing a Snail
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http://www.drawingtips.net



Drawing a Snail

Step 1. Draw Two Circles next to each other – the right one being much bigger than the left.



Step 2.

Draw the two circles for the eyes, and put the pupils in them.



Step 3.

Draw a line through the bottom of the largest circle, and link it all up with curved lines (hard to explain, look at the diagram).



Step 4.

Draw two lines connecting the body, and the head. This will be the neck.



Step 5.

Draw a curved triangle for the ‘tail’.



Step 6.

Connect the eyes and the head using simple curved lines.



Step 7.

Draw a spiral in the body to represent the shell.



Step 8.

Removed un-needed lines and you’re done.



/ * Optional * \

Color it in.


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Drawing a Cartoony Lunatic
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http://www.drawingtips.net

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Last edited by Lunatique : 03 March 2006 at 03:48 AM. Reason: consolidating threads
 
Old 03 March 2006   #2
Format your images like so:

[.img]www.insert_web_address.com[/.img] (but without the periods)

That way your images will show up in your post.
 
Old 03 March 2006   #3
Or even make an animated gif.
Nice tutorial. Thanks
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Old 03 March 2006   #4
David - I consolidated all your tutorial threads into this thread--there were too many of them posted. If you're going to be posting more, please just edit the first entry of this thread.
 
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