How to Draw a Zebra

A zebra is often resembled with a horse but it is easier to learn how to draw a zebra. It really takes no time and is really fun to learn how to draw a zebra simply by following these easy steps. Just grab your pencils and draw with determination. Get, set go!

Video Tutorial:

 How to Draw a Zebra in a Few Steps:

Step 1 – First, we will draw the face of the zebra, inclusive the nostrils, lips and an eye on one side of its head. It is because zebras have their eyes on the sides of their heads. It is another noticeable fact that will help us have an idea of what we are about to sketch.

Step 2 – Now steadily moving towards the next step, we will draw the ears of the zebra. Along with that, we will also sketch little hair between both the ears. This is to make the sketch look real.

Step 3 – After that, draw the body line of the animal along with its neck line. I hope you are learning how to draw a zebra in a few easy steps.

Step 4 – As we are showing the zebra in the walking pose, we will draw a turned leg of the animal. So, keep the pose in your mind while sketching.

Step 5 – Afterwards, draw the leg which has been overlapped. If you have any queries you must take a look at the visual given below.

Step 6 – I hope you are actually learning the tricks of how to draw a zebra. Now, draw the back leg of the zebra.

Step 7 – Once you have completely followed all the previous steps, observe the sketch once to look up for errors. Then, draw the tail of the animal.

Step 8 –The next step is to draw the fourth leg of the zebra. Completing all these steps will shape up the sketch as shown in the visual below.

Step 9 – Now is the time to add details to this sketch. For that begin with the drawing of the pattern. First, make a stripped pattern on the face and neck. It will look like this as shown in the visual given below.

Step 10 – In a similar way, fill up its legs with the same pattern.

Step 11 — I hope you are learning how to draw a zebra. Cover the complete body of the sketch with the same striped pattern.

Step 12 – Afterwards, draw some hair behind the ears. For that you may use your pencil for adding irregular strokes that will give it a hairy effect.

Step 13 – This is the last step. I hope you have learned how to draw a zebra like a pro. At this point start shading your sketch in tones of darks and lights. This will ultimately finalize your sketch. Stay tuned for more interesting tutorials.

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