Realistic Drawings Of Animals

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  • I'm an artist living in Iowa, creating hyperrealistic animal artwork. My flamingo took my 42 hours to complete, the lynx took 32 hours to complete and my whitetail buck took 63 hours to complete. You can see more of my work on social media.

Tom Curtis is a Photoshop master and a father of two from London. The man also runs an Instagram page called Things I Have Drawn where he creates realistic versions of the pictures children draw and the results are just as terrifying as they are hilarious.

Jan 25, 2021 - Explore Linnea's board 'Drawing Animals', followed by 574 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about animal drawings, drawings, animal art. Nov 23, 2015 Let us tell you why making realistic animal pencil drawings are such a good idea. First of all, you will find that you can do this kind of work almost anywhere, as all you need is the surface to draw and the humble pencil. The next thing that you may start noticing about the pencil is that it is very obedient. What is obedient, you may ask. Drawing Marine Animals and Sea Creatures. Remember that animals we see on land and in the sky are only half of our animal world. The oceans, lakes, and streams around us have so many animals we can learn to draw. So let’s start learning how to draw animals in the marine world with this easy, 6-step dolphin! Let’s draw a dolphin!

The Things I Have Drawn Instagram page has nearly 750k followers and in a recent interview with Bored Panda, Tom said there was a time when he got sent well over 50 drawings a week. The father says that since his children, Dom (11) and Al (9), are a little bit older now and their drawings have gotten a little more sophisticated, he can’t really use them for his project. “Luckily, I’ve still got quite a few of their old ones stored away. These days, the boys are a bit more into gaming than drawing, although Al does tend to create quite a lot of weird characters with strange heads,” joked Tom. “I haven’t done Things I Have Drawn versions of them yet.”

See some of Tom’s hilarious realistic versions of kids’ drawings in the gallery below and be sure to check out his book titled Things I Have Drawn: At The Zoo!

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Realistic Drawings Of Animals


Hi! I'm really excited to share 'How to Draw a Mountain Ram.' However, I would like to start out with the picture to this step that shows what pencils I use to get those wonderful contrasts and details – along with how their lead appears in crosshaHi! I'm really excited to share 'How to Draw a Mountain Ram.' However, I would like to start out with the picture to this step that shows what pencils I use to get those wonderful contrasts and details – along with how their lead appears in crosshatch, line, and circular shading. The leads start from light (H=hard) to dark (B=soft). Also I would like to mention, the wonderful thing about mechanical pencils is that their lead is always sharp. The catch is when it runs out, you have to change it. The second half of the picture shows my very dark graphite pencils and blending stumps. You can actually shade a little with blending stumps without the graphite or you can rub the stump with something like a 2B pencil and shade darker with it. Try these tools out. They go a really long way in creating a beautiful and realistic picture.