How to draw a Cartoon Zebra with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Simple drawing for kids and beginners.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a circle. This will form the head of the zebra.
Draw a smaller circle near the first shape. This will form the zebra’s muzzle.
Draw a large and rounded rectangle to form the zebra’s body. Start by drawing two horizontal, parallel lines. Then connect the lines using two curved lines.
Connect the muzzle to the head and the head to the body, using two pairs of lines.
Erase the guide lines from the head, neck, and torso.
Draw legs. For each leg, draw a set of long, straight, parallel lines from the body down. Connect the lines at the bottom with a short, straight line, thus enclosing the long and narrow rectangles. Indicate the hooves by drawing a short, straight line through the bottom of each leg. For the proximal legs, draw a set of curves at the top of each leg, indicating the shoulders and hips.
Add details to your zebra. Draw two curved triangles extending from the head, forming the ears. Draw a long, curved line from the top of the head to the back to form the mane. Finally, extend two curved, parallel lines from the hips to form the tail. Allow the lines to diverge at the end and connect them with a short, curved line. This shows the tuft of feathers at the tip of the tail.
Erase the guide lines from the legs, ears and tail.
Every zebra must have stripes. Draw thick and curved lines along the mane, legs, and tail. Shade the tip of the tail. On the neck and back, draw narrow, curved triangles and shade inside them. Finally, give your zebra a smile. Draw a curved line through the end of the muzzle and another curved line to indicate the mouth.
Color your zebra. Zebras are white with black or brown stripes.