How to Draw a Llama

Artist: Dawn / September 29, 2008

Step 1.

Okay I know many of you all remember how to start this first step right? Good, you will draw out the circle shape for the head and then add the eye guidelines. Next make the shape of cone like snout. Draw a long slanted line for the neck and then mak   

Step 2.

Okay as you can see your llama is already taking shape. You will now start sketching out the face, head and mouth. Make a small dash for the nostril and then a small circle for the eye. You will then make two antenna lines for the ears and then sketc   

Step 3.

Okay as you can see the llama at this point is looking more like an animal. You will start this step by giving him a jaw line and then detail the eye and shape out the ears. Next sketch the back side of the neck and follow that done to the back until   

Step 4.

All you will do here is detail the ears and then finish the drawing of the llama's legs as shown. You will then detail the thigh and give him a tail. Before you leave detail the front leg that is bent up.

Step 5.

Well as you know this is your last drawing step and what you will first do is start erasing all the guidelines that you drew in step one. You will then briefly detail the jaw, lip and hind legs of the llama. Then end this step by giving the llama som   

Step 6.

When you are done your llama should look like the one you see here. All you have to do is color him in. That will do it for this tutorial on how to draw a llama step by step. Hang in there because there is more cool stuff coming up in a bit.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 29, 2008
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Description: Okay well in this next tutorial I wanted to show you how to draw another animal called the llama. As you know llama's are close relatives of the camel, but it was thought in the past that they had more similarities to the sheep instead. The llama belong to the camelid family and there are currently four different kinds of camelid species the llama being one of them. The other three are the alpaca, guanaco and vicuna. All four specie of these animals are said to be related to the Asian camels. In the past llamas and alpacas where used by the Incan Indians for food and fiber. Almost like how the North American Indians used the Bison for their hides and meat. The only difference between the two Indians is that the Incans furthered the use of llamas and alpacas by domesticating the two animals and then they learned to breed and use them for working animals. The llama can carry up to thirty five percent of their body weight. Considering that they weighed anywhere between two hundred fifty to three hundred fifty pounds meant a lot to the Incan people. Unfortunately, the Incan culture started to collapse and so did the need for llamas. It wasn't until twenty five years ago that the llama started becoming a more popular and useful animal especially with the United States. The llama not only weigh a considerable amount, they also have some height to them as well. The height of the llama range between five and a half to six feet, which is pretty tall considering that these animals are domesticated and do well with humans and other llama. These animals are also very smart making them very easy to train. Believe it or not, the llama have known to be sheep guards to keep predators away from herds of sheep. Who said you need a sheep dog when there are llamas around? Anyway these animals are much cuter than a camel and they are more loyal as well. In this tutorial you will learn "how to draw a llama", step by step. I colored my llama brown, but you can choose any color you wish to customize you very own. I will be back soon so stick around for more drawing fun.