Do you know how a snail moves? The foot allows the snail to crawl not step by step, but continually, by almost invisible rhythmic muscle movements. In this short tutorial, we will learn to draw a snail.
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Start by draw a big circle to form the shell of the snail.
Enclose a C Shaped line on the left of the circle to form the snail’s head. And extend a long curve from the head to the bottom right of the circle to get the snail’s body.
Erase the unnecessary guide lines.
Draw a pair of short, parallel lines extending upward from the snail’s head. Add a small circle on the top. This forms one of the snail’s feelers. Repeat the process to get the other feeler. And extend a slightly S Shaped line from the right feeler to the bottom of the circle to outline the right body.
Draw the mouth and the eye with the pupil.
Add the double spiral line meeting at the end, inside the circle, to form the curled shape of the shell.
Draw a long curved line below, enclosing the snail’s body, forming the ground.