In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Realistic Walrus in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
How to Draw a Realistic Walrus
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How to Draw a Realistic Walrus - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Step 1: Let's start by drawing the snout. Draw an eliptical shape with a hook-like end on the left.
Step 2: Draw an eye at the right end of the snout by drawing a small dot.
Step 3: Draw two thin long vertical tusks with pointed tips downwards, below the snout. Draw a semi-circle behind the tusks, below the snout for the neck.
Step 4: now we draw the body by drawing a vertical curved line starting from the right top of the head down on the right. Draw another curved line starting from the left tusk going down. Draw two curved lines in the middle at the bottom of the body for detail.
Step 5: Draw the flippers and the belly now. Draw an "L" shaped filpper at the bottom on the right side below the body and an inverted "L" shaped, curved one on the left side. Make lines on the other side of the flipper making them narrow towards the tip and broader at the top. Draw a curved line starting from the right flipper to the left of the left flipper for the belly and add several vertical lines on it for detail.
Step 6: Now we draw the tail by drawing a cone shaped apendage at the left of the body with a few lines across it and a few at the tip of the tail.