How to draw walrus. Learn to draw a walrus step by step images with easy to follow instruction. The walrus is a large flippered marine mammal with a discontinuous distribution about the North Pole in the Arctic Ocean and subarctic seas of the Northern Hemisphere. The mustached and long-tusked walrus is most often found near the Arctic Circle, lying on the ice with hundreds of companions. Their tusks, which are found on both males and females, can extend to about three feet (one meter), and are, in fact, large canine teeth, which grow throughout their lives.
In this tutorial, we will draw a walrus with full body in sitting position. Drawing walrus is very much similar to drawing many marine mammals because of its streamline shape of the body. Most of animals and creatures are different in shapes and forms depending on their families. One of the easiest way to approach the drawing is identify simple shapes within the body. I usually do simple line drawn from step one to step three. Once I have the proportional guideline, I started adding detail drawing. It will help to define the main parts of each animal by breaking it down into simple geometry shapes.
Below are step by step how to draw a walrus. first I started with simple shape drawing for a walrus’ head. Step two, I drew eye, nose and two long tusks from its mouth. Step three, I then continued to draw its upper body and both flippers. Step four, I added detail onto flippers. Step five, I sketched the tail very roughly. Step six, I added detail all over its body and done!