In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Baby Rhino in 5 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw a Baby Rhino - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Step 1: Let's get started with the head and face. First, draw a circle for the head, with a slope on the right for the horn. For the ears, draw two leaf shapes on top of the head. Draw an oval for the eye. Following the picture, fill in the line for the mouth and the little circle for the nose.
Step 2: Now, let's draw the front legs. Since the Rhinos left leg is partially hidden, you only have to draw three lines for the legs. Draw little half ovals for the toes.
Step 3: For the body, draw a long curved line out from just below the ears. Don’t forget to add a little curved line for the belly!
Step 4: Now, let's draw the back legs. Just like the front legs, draw three lines down, finishing with little half ovals for the toes.
Step 5: Let's finish up the rhino with its cute little tail. Draw two thin curved lines out from the body that meet at the end. Then, draw the little tuft of fur on the end of the tail. Your rhino is done! Now you can color in your rhino. Most rhinos are a grayish color but some of them are red and brown!