Discover the art of creating a magnificent Snake Face and Head with simple, step-by-step drawing guidelines, along with a video tutorial.
By following the easy instructions, you can also effortlessly sketch a flawless Snake Face and Head.
Do you fear drawing the head and face of a snake in this craft? Don’t worry, you won’t find them scary. Do you like snakes?
Snakes, astounding creatures that have captivated us for thousands of years, are similar to the one depicted in our illustration, with approximately 600 possessing poisonous fangs, while the global snake population encompasses around 3,000 distinct species.
Can you draw a picture of our snake? Do you know anything else about its fangs? It flicks out a forked tongue from its mouth. It uses its tongue to “smell” its surroundings, looking for signs of danger or food.
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Did you know that there are very few places in the world, such as Antarctica, Iceland, Ireland, Greenland, and New Zealand, where snakes do not live?
Who is your favorite snake cartoon character in our drawing? They can be either frightening and ready to strike or cuddly and cute, just like the one you mentioned.
Some notable instances of serpents in cartoons include Sir Hiss from Disney’s Robbin Hood and Kaa from The Jungle Book.
For more convenient and enjoyable tutorials, check out the How to Draw a Gecko or How to Draw Medusa guides.
How to Draw a Great Looking Snake Face and Head for Kids, Beginners, and Adults – Step 1
The narrow triangle shades the slit pupil of the eye. Next, observe the corners where there is an overlap, and utilize two curved lines to create the eye, drawing its ominous eye and head contour by starting with the snake face.
Easy Snake Face and Head Drawing – Step 2
Draw the anterior part of the mouth using a line that overlaps. Then, outline the upper and anterior parts of the snake’s head. Employ curved lines to depict the eye ridges or eyebrows.
Easy Snake Face and Head Drawing – Step 3
Mark the nasal openings towards the anterior of the muzzle with two diminutive ellipses. Construct the upper mandible by extending the line of the oral cavity. Depict the crown of the cranium employing additional intersecting curved strokes.
Easy Snake Face and Head Drawing – Step 4
4. Draw the venomous fangs descending from the front of the mouth. Use curved lines to draw two curved, sharply pointed triangles.
The jaw’s edge meets itself by doubling back before a fang passes behind it. A curved line extends from the middle of the mouth, then.
Easy Snake Face and Head Drawing – Step 5
Use curved lines to depict the skin at the corners of the mouth, situated between the upper and lower jaws. Employ curved lines that overlap to delineate the contour of the lower jaw.
Easy Snake Face and Head Drawing – Step 6
Extending long curved lines delineate the partition among them, the serpent’s dorsal region, abdomen, and posterior part of the cranium, lower mandible, and vacant area adjacent to the posterior part of the cranium.
Easy Snake Face and Head Drawing – Step 7
Connecting the “Y” shape of the tongue, link them with a line shaped like a “V”. Stretch out two curved lines from it. Sketch a brief line in the center of the mouth. Remove any unnecessary marks and depict the snake’s divided tongue.
Add More Details to Your Snake Face and Head Picture – Step 8
Draw short curved lines to indicate scales along the upper jaw. Then, draw curved lines horizontally to the upper and lower jaws while detailing the snake’s face.
Complete the Outline of Your Snake Face and Head Drawing – Step 9
Enhance the depiction by proceeding to finish the outline of your snake’s face and head. Sketch curved lines around the mouth and the scales of the abdomen. Furthermore, sketch curved lines above the tongue within the oral cavity.
Color Your Snake Face and Head Drawing
Add color to your cartoon snake’s face and head. We’ve shaded ours a vibrant green, similar to that of a tropical viper.
You can learn to color your serpent like a rattlesnake with the aid of this tutorial on drawing rattlesnakes.
To find more tutorials on drawing exotic animals, check out the compilation of Simple Safari Animal Guides.
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