Zebra Head Zebra

I am inspired by animals; most especially African animals.

Last week in art class I created one of my favorite animals. A Zebra! This zebra was a lot of fun to draw and make it come to life. We started off by drawing the eye and then we used the eye to place other parts of the body. My favorite parts to draw were the hooves; I think the front hooves came out better than the back ones! I also really like how the eye turned out. I used colored pencil and white charcoal for the highlights on the stripes. I also used a bit of blue for shadow effect. Let me know what you think of my zebra!


About Nick Ely-Myers

I am an artist who draws from his heart and soul.
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11 Responses to Zebra

  1. Pamela Ely says:

    Great Zebra – love your new blog. Can’t wait to see more artwork!!

  2. Thanks for the comment and creating my blog!

  3. That’s a fantastic looking Zebra! I look forward to seeing more of your work. I have a sneaking suspicion it’s pretty great.

  4. Uncle Randy says:

    Very nice Zebra!! I also liked the eye a lot.

  5. Sandy Lawson says:

    Most awesome – you are becoming an accomplished artist. Can’t wait to see the next posting. Do you photograph your artwork to post it?

  6. Bill Lawson says:

    Gramma & Huppa love your Zebra painting. Fantastic detail. Keep up the great work & we’ll be looking forward to your next work of art.

  7. Steve & Casey says:

    great job nick!!! you’ve got quite the talent!!!

  8. Grandma and Grandpa says:

    Awesome is right. You’ve really developed your talent. We are so proud of you.

  9. Thank you all for leaving me a comment I am going to post again on Tuesday so make sure you come back then!

  10. Grace King says:

    Hey Nick!! Super cool zebra!!! I think you should name him… πŸ™‚

  11. anna says:

    Awesome zebra Nick! I love it πŸ™‚

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