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How to Draw a Buck, Buck Deer

Artist: Dawn / September 26, 2012
How to Draw a Buck, Buck Deer

Step 1.

Begin with making two shapes, one for the head, and the other for the body. Connect the two with a neck line like so.

Step 2.

You will now begin sketching out the actual shape of the deer's head and snout like so. Once that is done draw the ear, back of the neck, and the mouth line. When you draw the back part of the neck make the lining in a manner to convey a long coat.

Step 3.

Here is where you will need to take your time as you sketch out the antlers of the deer or buck. As you may or may not know, the more points to the buck's antlers is considered more desirable.

Step 4.

Sketch in the mean, or bold face. Start with the eye, then sketch in the nose, downward positioned brow, and then add detail and definition to the ear and neck like so.

Step 5.

Sketch out the front part of the deer's chest which should be done by making a mane like textured chest. When that is done, draw out the some of the back which is where the shoulder would be. Add some definition to the hair too.

Step 6.

Now we will work on the body. Do this by starting with the back, then slowly draw the rear, back leg and hoof, then draw in the belly, front leg and hoof, followed by the definition to the body muscles.

Step 7.

Finish off this buck by drawing the other two legs, then sketch in the tail as well as the detailing that you need to add. Erase the mistakes then you're done.

Step 8.

Here is what your buck looks like when you are all done. Now go ahead and color it in.

Comments (1)
ArtyTheGriffin · 5 years ago
all hail the mighty Buck :salute: B)
Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 26, 2012
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Description: For all you folks out there that love hunting, deer hunting season has started in some states. So in light of that fact, here is "how to draw a buck", step by step. This is one buck that many hunters would like to get a piece of. The majestic feeling a hunter gets when he takes down a prize buck is just sublime. Even if he has taken home a prize buck before, the personal reward for getting another is even greater because then it wouldn't be considered beginners luck. I myself have never been hunting, nor do I even care to go in the future. But where I live there are more pick-up trucks, and rifles than I have ever seen before. When hunting season starts all the heads you see bobbing around are covered with a florescent orange colored hat. They even drive down the street or in town with their orange hats on. I don't know if it's to let people know that they mean business, or they are too fixated on getting a kill. I wanted my buck to look untouchable. Even though there are areas where these animals are overpopulating some states, to me they are peaceful beings that go about their business without hurting anyone. I'm a believer that you should only hunt if you need to eat. Doing out of sport is pretty lame, but there are men, women and children who find it fun and educational, and I respect that. Have fun with drawing a buck folks and remember to leave a comment, rating or both.