Snakes can have a bit of a reputation for being scary – but we are here to show that they can actually be quite cute, even when they are supposed to be sinister! Don’t believe us? Then let’s take a closer look!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw a curved point heading towards the left.
Close this shape with three spikes on the right side…
Add another curve to the side, this time pointing towards the right.
Add a spike at the top, and two more curved spikes below.
Now, add a curved triangle shape in the center…
Add a curve to connect the central section to the right shape, and then bring a line across to the right, down, and across, ending in a curved shape.
Use a curved line to connect this to the shape above, and then connect this to the central section.
Add a backwards C shape to the bottom of the shape on the right…
And add a curved triangle to the right side.
Add a pointed arrow shape to the bottom of this, and connect the left side of the triangle to the shape above.
Bring a line down from the triangle on the right, take this to a point, and then across to the right, adding a triangle inside. Loop this across to the left and up to meet the line above, before adding another line inside this. Add a loop to the side of the shape on the left.
Bring a line down from the right eyebrow, and bump this across to the left.
Add a long, thin teardrop shape inside this bump for a nostril…
Add a circle below the right brow, and a loop below the left brow.
Add a small crescent moon shape inside each of these small circles…
Now, add a wavy “C” shape to the bottom right section…
And add two curved lines to either side.
Add a series of long, thin curved shapes to the top of the head…
And then add a loop to the bottom right, before taking this up, across and loop it back down and to the right.
Take this to a point, and then bring lines across to follow the ones above, forming the tail of the creature.
Add a curved, pointed shape to the end of the tail.
Add a series of small circles and half-circles all across the body and tail…
And then add a jagged line across the back for the scales.
Add more jagged lines to the left of the main loop.
Shade the crescent moon shapes with the black pen…
Use a pink pen to shade the main body of the creature, as well as the inside of the mouth and the bushy eyebrows.
Use a black pen for the section in the center of the mouth…
And then use a blue pen for the spikes at the top and the tail, as well as the inside of the top of the mouth and the nostril.
Now, use an orange pen for the end of the tail, the spots and decorations, and the details of the face.
And there we have – a brand new, unique creature, just waiting for an adventure to arise – but first he needs a name!