How to draw an Olive Baboon
Today we will learn how to draw an Olive Baboon
We will show how to draw an Olive Baboon step by step, to make it easy.
Size: Up to 1.5 m, tail included.
Baboons live in groups of between 20 and 150 individuals. At night they take refuge in trees and rocks. They have strong jaws and are omnivores: they eat grass, seeds, roots, insects, bird eggs and small animals.
1) Draw an oval loosely to the hip. From it, draw two curves, one for the gut and another for the back. Never squeeze at first.
2) Add two more very smooth ovals, one for the head and shoulder of Olive Baboon.
3) Add the tail, directing first up and then down. Draw the snout (much like a dog) with the nostril, mouth, eye, and the line where the hair starts.
4) Shade the nose and make the hair with short, loose pencil strokes, following the direction of the body. It shades the tail and adds the ear.
5) Draw from the hip closest to you hind leg, then the other, draw a smooth line to the ground.
6) outlines the legs and hands from the oval front shoulder. Use a very soft to remember where articulate circles.
7) Complete the drawing of Olive Baboon by adding hair with short pencil strokes all over the body, except in some areas of arms and legs. Look closely at the direction of the hair, and especially in the bright and dark areas. Make scribbles to simulate the grass; mu is good to hide the feet that have gone wrong.
Clean drawing of Olive Baboon with rubber.