How to Draw a Rhino

If you want to draw a rhino it can be easy if you follow my video. In this art tutorial I am going to show you how to draw a rhino starting from very simple shapes. I’ll take you through step by step how to draw the shapes, measure the length of the legs and how to get the basic proportion correct.

Once the basic shape is right I’ll teach you how to draw the outline, to show the folds of skin on the rhino. Finally, I show you how to add light and shade to make the rhino look convincing. I also explain how to get rid of the outline to create an edge so that the drawing looks like a three dimensional animal. A Rhinoceros can be a difficult animal to draw but not if you follow my art tutorial. This video is designed for children, beginners and those learning to draw.

Want to see how to draw other animals? Check out How to Draw a Dog


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