The first thing we need to do is draw out the crescent shaped horns for the bull. Once that is done you can draw the very boxy shape of the muzzle like so.
Next, add the marking lines on at the base of each bull horn. These lines separate the bone from the tissue. You will then draw the marking around the lower end of the muzzle which is also going to house the nostrils and mouth. Draw the eye as well a
The face and head is all set. What we need to do now is work on the body. Do this by drawing the neck, as well as the chest. Next, make the leg shapes which are trunk shaped, and then move to step four where you will finish things off.
You will finish up with drawing the bull. Begin by making a raised arch for the back, and then draw the rest of the lining in a slope which will then form the back end. Draw the stomach as well as the back legs, and then draw in the tail.
Erase your mistakes and draw the lines to form the hooves on each leg. You are all done at this point.
Here is the inked out version of the bull you just drew. Now you can have even more fun as you color him in.
April 14, 2012
Okay, finally a tutorial that is going to be red hot and full of hot air. Here is my last lesson for today and it's on "how to draw a bull for kids", step by step. Bulls are very powerful animals that have a bad temper no matter how old they are. This is one of the reasons why they are often colored in red which, as you know represents anger. This bull has an expression on his face that can either mean, "hey stay away", or "let's rumble". Did you know that a bull is the male version of a cow? Yup, it's no surprise that these animals are just cattle. Well, that just about does it for now. I will return tomorrow with more drawing fun so come back around or better yet, stay a while longer and tackle stuff you haven't tackles before.