|Date Added: December 22, 2010|
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Description: Sketching and drawing animals are always fun to do. Over the course of time I have been asked repeatedly to make a lesson that can teach you "how to draw a tail", step by step. I know what you’re thinking, drawing tails really isn’t all that hard and for the most part you’re right. Now even though I believe that tails is something on an animal that can easily be created, there is certain styles and ways that one should make a tail. Because there are so many animals in the world, there is many different types of tails and none of them look the same. This lesson will show you "how to draw a tail" and with the tutorial you will be shown some sketches of different tail poses. The tail is a good way to tell how an animal is feeling. I will display the difference between a happy wag, and a defensive spike. When my dogs get defensive their hair along the back stands up, and their tails become stiff, curled and very erect. It’s amazing to see how an animal’s mood changes and you can almost always tell what they are feeling just by reading their “tail language”. Anyways, this should be a fun tutorial for anyone that has had a problem in the past when it comes time to draw a tail. Hopefully you learn something new here, and make sure to stick around because I still have one more lesson coming your way. Peace out people and have a happy drawing day!