Learn how to draw a great looking Spider Web with Spider with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Spider Web with Spider.
Eek! Is that how spiders make you feel? You can face your fears as you complete this spider on a spider web drawing with the help of this easy, step-by-step drawing tutorial.
Spider webs are especially easy to draw. They consist of straight lines in a starburst pattern with shorter lines between them.
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All spiders have a similar body shape. They have two oval-shaped segments - a large abdomen and a smaller head - as well as eight curved legs.
If you enjoyed this creepy animal drawing guide, you can learn to draw even more types of spiders and their relatives. For example, learn how to draw a black widow spider or check out this scorpion drawing guide.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Spider Web with Spider
How to Draw a Great Looking Spider Web with Spider for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the spider web with spider outline by drawing the straight lines of the radius - strands of web that go from the center of the web outward. Draw three of these lines, all emanating from a central point. You should have two triangular shapes.
Then, draw straight and slightly curved lines between the radius lines at different angles. These strands are known as the web’s spirals.
Easy Spider Web with Spider Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw two more straight radial lines extending from the center of the web, then draw the slightly curved lines of the spirals between them. You can draw another line halfway through one of the sections to show where the spider has made a repair to her web.
Easy Spider Web with Spider Drawing - Step 3
3. Extend three more straight lines from the center of the web. Notice that the lines on this side of the web are shorter and closer together. This helps give the web a three-dimensional appearance, with the wider side appearing closer. Connect the lines with the slightly curved spirals.
Easy Spider Web with Spider Drawing - Step 4
4. Extend three more long, straight lines from the center of the line. Connect the lines with slightly curved lines, and draw a straight line halfway down one segment.
Easy Spider Web with Spider Drawing - Step 5
5. Complete the spirals by drawing straight and slightly curved lines between the remaining radials.
Easy Spider Web with Spider Drawing - Step 6
6. Next, draw the spider, erasing lines of the web as necessary. Draw an egg-shaped oval for the spider’s abdomen, and a smaller partial oval for the spider’s head.
Easy Spider Web with Spider Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the spider’s legs, erasing the web as necessary. Spiders have eight legs, four on each side. Each leg should be made of three narrow, curved segments. The final segment of each leg - the spider’s “feet” - should end in sharp points. Notice that one leg appears incomplete - it is bent out of sight.
Add More Details to Your Spider Web with Spider Picture - Step 8
8. Draw the spider’s remaining legs, erasing as necessary. Again, use three curved segments for each leg, with the final segment ending at a sharp point.
Complete the Outline of Your Spider Web with Spider Drawing - Step 9
9. Detail the spider’s head and body. Sketch wavy lines down the abdomen, and shade many small eyes at the front of the head.
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