Learn to draw a real-like ladybird in stages

A child understands the usual for adults things in different way. A child is in the park and suddenly he or she sees a ladybird on the stone – it’s a real discovery for him or her. He or she wants to touch it, to examine it. Support your child’s curiosity. Drawing together helps to do this. And you can tell something and show how it looks. Ladybird is the subject of our drawing today. Can we start?

You need:
1

Body shape

It’s strongly protuberant on the top.

Body shape

It’s flat at the bottom.

Body shape

2

Head

It’s fixedly connected to the shell. It might be a bit stretched.

Head

3

Giving volume

Give the right form to the ladybird to make it look visually like a real.

Giving volume

4

Antennae

Antennae are short or of medium length.

Antennae

5

Head's details

Draw the eyes and the mouth. Use simple details because the drawing is for kids.

Head's details

Add the nose in the form of a small circle.

Head's details

6

Paunch

Draw a paunch with the help of small strokes.

Paunch

7

Feet

The ladybirds have six legs of a moderate length.

Feet

8

Spots

It’s a distinctive element of the insect. Some ladybirds’ spots can merge into patterns, other insects have round spots. The ladybird’s gender can be distinguished according to its patterns. Draw it as you want.

Spots

9

Collage

Collage



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