Thursday, May 16, 2013

How To Draw A Harbor Seal Worksheet,Free to Print

How to draw a harbor seal is a free printable worksheet that will help the young artist gain confidence in drawing.

This worksheet may be printed by highlighting it and sending it to your printer. if you have problems see the how to print tab above for some helpful suggestions.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: If your drawing does not turn out the way you hoped do not give up- no one is as critical of their work as much as a true artist!. Learning to draw takes practice, so draw every day, and come back and print another worksheet soon you will be an artist. Try different projects and draw a lot of different stuff, I have a lot of worksheets to choose from so do something different every day and soon you will find what your talent is.


How to Draw A Harbor Seal Worksheet
Harbor seals are easy to draw; they can be a focus in a picture or a part of the composition that gives character to a scene. Just download the worksheet below and print it to get started.

BEGINNINGS:
Start with a simple outline. The head starts like a circle and the body is shaped like a teardrop that is on its side. Use two lines to draw the body, draw the lines going around the shape of the body.

DETAILS:
The front flipper is like a hand, but no arm; draw it like two letter "L," one above the other, and a third line going between them. There are five shot claws.

FACE:
The face is happy. The eyes are high on the face. The eyes are round at the top and flat at the bottom. (If the bottom is slightly arched he looks like he is smiling.) The nose is two short dashes that almost touch and form a letter "V." The mouth is like a letter "W" but rounder. The face has a few long whiskers, and tall eyebrows going up. He has a little chin it is a short curved line.

Sometimes I draw a snout but adding a curved arched line between the nose and the eyes. It is optional.

COLOR:
Color him grey brown or black. There are spots on his back, and he is white below.
Give him some friends and a rock to sit on.

(c) Adron


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