How To Draw A Springbok
Drawing is such a fascinating activity. It can be a form of relaxation and a way of expressing creativity. One of the animals that one can draw is springbok.
What is a Springbok?
Springbok is an antelope found in Southern Africa. It is known for its jumping abilities and is the national animal of South Africa. The springbok has a light brown coat with white underbelly and a dark stripe on the side. It also has curved horns on its head.
- Drawing paper
- Black pen or any fine-tipped marker
Steps in Drawing a Springbok
Draw a circle for the head of the springbok. Then, add a curved line under the circle for the neck. Draw another circle adjacent to the first one for the body of the springbok.
Draw two long, curved lines on top of the head circle to form the horns of the springbok.
Add two small, pointy ears on top of the head circle.
Sketch the facial details of the springbok. Draw two small circles for the eyes and a small triangle for the nose. Add lines for the mouth and the eyebrows.
Draw the legs and hooves of the springbok. Springboks have slender and long legs, so make sure to sketch them accordingly. Add the details of the hooves as well.
Add the curved stripes on the side of the springbok, which is one of its distinct features. Also, add the white underbelly of the springbok.
Erase the lines that are not needed and use a black pen or fine-tipped marker to outline the drawing. Add more depth by putting shadows on the appropriate places.
That’s it! You have successfully drawn a springbok. Don’t worry about the outcome of the drawing. Practice makes perfect, so keep practicing until you can perfect the art.