How To Draw A Rhino 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
These are the three types of horns that Rhinoceros can age. This is a great way to determine the age of your rhinoceros to make it more realistic. Having a worn horn makes an animal very old and near the end of its life. Having a slightly worn horn will make the rhino appear old, having gone through a lot of wars and material things. Finally, the young horn is completely unworn.
These are different views about rhino feet. I wanted to give you a quick twist on how the foot appears at different angles. Notice that they are quite stout and strong.
Okay, here are a few pointers I wanted to share to give you a better idea of how to draw these creatures. Some of their limbs (mainly the forelimbs), have skin covering the upper shoulders of the limbs. Rhinoceros skin is very strong to use as armor. Rhinoceros usually have clear ribs on both sides of the body. Don’t forget to add the ruffled tail!
As you can see, this first step should be easy to deal with. Start by making a circle for the head, and then draw an almond shape for the rhino’s body.
Now start sketching the shape of the rhinoceros head which is also the shape of the nose. Add some simple liners to add definition to the head shape for the mouth.
You can simply draw in the eyes as well as color. Draw the upper part of the eyebrow or eyelid line, then draw in and color the nostrils.
One of the most important things for a rhinoceros is the horn. Now you will need to draw the horn with one horn located on the bridge of the top part of the nose. Add some bone detail at the base of the horns and then move on to step eight.
Complete the outline of the maskable head by drawing the ears. Next, add some folds or folds around the base of the right ear, then draw the back of the neck, the bottom line of the neck, and some lines at the chest.
Now that you have reached the ninth step, you can finish drawing the rhino’s body including the back, butt, belly and all four legs. Remember what you learned in the foot tip step? Make good use of what you’ve learned to draw out the flat round paws of the rhinoceros. Don’t forget to line the skin folds over the front leg like this.
Finally, draw each toenail, and then when you’re done, you can sketch out some details on the body like the ribs and some skin texture. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one.
Here’s what your rhinoceros looks like when you’re done. Now you can go ahead and choose the type of rhino you want. Color it with white, or charcoal black.