How To Draw A Fly with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing the head of the fly. Use a series of curved lines to outline the shape of the head. Notice the nearly flat base of the head, and the two circular protrusions at the front of the head. For each eye, wrap a small oval in a larger oval.
Use a curved line to enclose an oblong shape at the base of the head. Then use a second line to enclose another curved shape.
Extend a curved line from each side of the fly’s neck. Allow the lines to meet at a sharp point, enclosing the fly’s chest or midsection.
Use a curved line to enclose a curved shape, following the curvature of the pointed end of the ribcage. Then, use a long, curved line to enclose the round belly.
Draw the wings of the fly. Extend a curved and long line from the chest. Double the line back to itself to attach to the belly.
Draw the remaining wing. Start by extending the line from the chest. Again, double the line back to itself and connect it to the belly.
Draw the fly’s front legs, erasing guide lines as necessary. Just below the neck, extend two curved lines. The lines should be roughly parallel and joined at the origin. Notice how the lines bend twice, creating segments in the legs. Allow the lines to meet at a sharp point. Texture the leg with short lines and repeat this process to create a mirror image on the opposite side.
Draw two curved lines extending up from the front of the head, forming the whiskers. Structuring the fuselage and wings using curves of different lengths.
Draw the hind legs of the fly. For each leg, extend a pair of curved lines from below the wings. Allow the seams to form a sharp point and repeat on the opposite side to create a mirror image.
Color your fly. House flies are usually black, but flies also come in a variety of colors. For example, some are metallic green or blue.