How do you draw an elephant?


All one needs to draw an elephant is to be able to draw a few simple shapes. Drawing a cartoon elephant is fun and easy and even beginners can do it. Things one will need are a pencil and a paper. One basic step one can begin with is, draw a large oval and a small oval for the body and head respectively. One can then continue to add details, such as legs, ears, trunk and even the texture of the elephant’s skin.
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1. Make a circle and an adjacent potato-like shape on its right for the head and body of the elephant respectively. Form a curved shape (resembling a reversed "J" starting
1. Draw two halves of an oval at the bottom of where your picture is going to be. These will be the feet. Ad. 2. Draw lines coming from the lines. 3. Draw a half of a oval shape connecting
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Elephants are the largest living land animals. The largest elephant was found in Angola in 1956. It weighed about 26,000 pounds and stood at a height of 14 feet. However, most adult
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How to Draw an Elephant
Drawing an elephant is not as difficult as you might think. In fact, with a few simple instructions, you can draw an elephant both from the front and from the side. You can use this easy tutorial to teach children to draw elephants or to draw them... More »
Difficulty: Easy
Drawing can be exciting and fun. To see the outcome of your creative work is rewarding. When drawing an elephant, first start with the head and the body. Make them like circles, one little one for the head and one big one connecting to the head. Then draw the trunk, legs and tail. You can find more info at:
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