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How to Draw a Snake Yin Yang

Artist: Dawn / February 28, 2014
How to Draw a Snake Yin Yang

Step 1.

Start off with a half circle on the left side of the paper for your yin yang.

Step 2.

Next, sketch out the first snake head like so. When this is done you can draw the lower jaw which is open and ready to feed. You will also need to draw the jaw structure as well.

Step 3.

Define the snout of the snake like so, and when that is done you can sketch out the eye, add some darkness around the eye, and add a nostril gap.

Step 4.

You will come in at the bottom of the snakes neck and begin drawing the nose/head for the second snake which is clearly chowing on the first snake you drew. Define the open jaw, and move to step five.

Step 5.

Finish the circle shape like so, then you can proceed to step six.

Step 6.

Almost done gang. What we need to do now is sketch out the definition on the head of the snake, then draw the brow, eye, and nose slit. Erase the mistakes because you will be drawing in some scales and mouth skin tissue next.

Step 7.

As I said, you will now sketch out the stretched mouth skin. When that is done you can carefully sketch in the scales which differ in size and shape.

Step 8.

Here is the finished drawing of a snake yin yang. You can now color in your work and show it off.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 28, 2014
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Tags: how to draw snakes, how to draw yin yangs
Description: I probably should have colored these two snakes different shades because by looking at the design it's had to tell if it is a yin yang or not. It is in fact a lesson on "how to draw a snake yin yang", and even though they are both the same color, it's still a pretty cool design and concept I think. Notice how the snakes are swallowing each other whole. Anyways, what more can I say about this lesson except have fun following it, and if there are other yin yang designs that you can think of or have an idea for a good lesson just let me know. Adios folks.