In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Rattlesnake For Kids in 5 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw a Rattlesnake For Kids - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Step 1: First, we are going to draw a little oval. Rattlesnakes' bodies are much bigger than their heads, so don't make it too big.
Step 2: Add eyes and a mouth inside of the oval. Snakes don't have noses like people, so don't worry about drawing a nose.
Step 3: Now draw the body, Make it a little thicker in the middle and thinner by the head and tail.
Step 4: Rattlesnakes have shapes and patterns on their scales to warn other animals not to get too close! Add some diamonds down its back.
Step 5: Of course, a rattlesnake needs a rattle. Finish the snake with a honeycomb-shaped section on the end of its tail.
Step 6: Congratulations on drawing a rattlesnake! Give it some bright colors inside the pattern to make it stand out in the wild.