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How to Draw a Honeycomb

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Would you like to learn how to draw a honeycomb? Whether you're looking for a sweet snack or hoping to raise awareness about colony collapse disorder, we've got the cartoon drawing tutorial for you... Read more

How to Draw a Moth

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There are about 160,000 species of moths - nocturnal winged insects that resemble butterflies. They range in size from tiny jewels one-quarter of an inch (4 millimeters) wide to enormous moths with 1-foot-wide (30 centimeter) wingspans... Read more

How to Draw a Black Widow Spider

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The black widow spider is one of the most recognizable North American spiders, with its shiny black exoskeleton and red hourglass pattern. Despite its small size (maxing out at 1.5 inches), it is also one of the most venomous. These spiders have a neurotoxin that can sicken a healthy adult and endanger children or the elderly... Read more

100 Easy Animal Drawing Tutorials

Are you on an adventure in search of animal drawing ideas? If so, you've come to the right place. Whether you're drawing for fun or to enhance your skills, our step-by-step animal drawing tutorials will help you create your own zoo... Read more

How to Draw a Monarch Butterfly

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According to National Geographic, "The monarch butterfly is one of the most recognizable and well-studied butterflies on the planet." It is famous for its epic seasonal migration, in which "millions of monarchs migrate from the United States and Canada south to California and Mexico for the winter." Monarch butterflies also live in Europe, Australia, and several Pacific islands... Read more

How to Draw a Mosquito

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Mosquitoes are insects. As such, they share characteristics with other bugs, like ladybugs, praying mantises,, grasshoppers, bees, and dragonflies. All of these creatures have six legs and thin, transparent wings. There eyes are compound, made up of many lenses. They also have no bones - instead, they have an exoskeleton, which is like a coat of armor on the outside of their bodies... Read more

How to Draw a Firefly

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The firefly, also called a glow worm or lightning bug, is a beetle that has a special light-producing organ on its abdomen. The largest can reach 1 inch in length. The bioluminescent light is a "cold light," never warm to the touch, produced by special cells called photocytes... Read more

How to Draw a Bed Bug

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There are about 75 species of bedbug that feed on human blood. These flat insects are usually about 5 mm (0.2 inches) long. Their wings are vestigial, which means they cannot fly. They hide in dark places, like the seams of a mattress, the joints of furniture, or a crack in the wall... Read more

How to Draw a Beetle

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The stag beetle or pinching bug describes about 900 species of beetles native to North and South America, Australia, Asia, and elsewhere. They are so named because their "elaborately branched and toothed mandibles" resemble the antlers of a stag or male deer. Most stag beetles are less than 2 inches (40 millimeters) long, but one species can exceed 4 inches (100 millimeters)... Read more

How to Draw a Bee Hive

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In popular culture, beehives are often involved in honey gathering or a character being stung by a swarm of angry bees. We see one example of this in Winnie the Pooh, quoted above. Other animated films, such as Bee Movie, are centered entirely around this hard-working animal... Read more

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