You too can easily draw Biodiversity by following the simple steps.
Learn how to draw a great looking Biodiversity with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
Draw a sea turtle: Curve lines for head/flippers, detail face, form shell with curved lines, draw rear flipper.
Draw dolphin: Curve for beak, body, flippers, and tail; sharp points for fins, smile, and eye.
Draw fish with curved lines (bodies, fins, tails, mouth, gills, lateral lines) and small ovals (eyes).
Draw Earth partially covered by a dolphin, then a tree with grass beside it, and a butterfly.
Sketch curved lines showing North America, South America, Greenland, a Caribbean island, Europe, and Africa.
Draw wavy line behind Earth, draw bubbles under waves.
Use curved lines to draw seaweed and coral. Notice that the seaweed is pointed and contains a central vein.
Use curved lines to sketch an elephant and a giraffe drawing standing on the surface of the planet.
Sketch a hovering hummingbird with curved lines, sharp beak, wings, and feet, plus neck banding.
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