Eggs are amazing creations – they are packed with protein, full of nutrition, and even capable of creating and sustaining life. Keen to learn more? Then let’s take a closer look!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw an egg shape in the center of your page.
Use a black fineliner to carefully add another shape, just inside the first.
Repeat this with another shape just inside…
Bring two wavy lines down from the top, heading towards the center.
Grab an orange pen and add a circle to the bottom of the wavy lines.
Use the black fineliner to add circles around the inside and outside of the orange circle.
Add a small half circle to the left of the circle.
Then, draw a wavy line across the bottom.
Add an almond shape to the bottom section…
And then connect the bottom of the circle to the wavy lines at the bottom with two more parallel wavy lines.
Add another egg shape to the inside of the main shape…
And then use an orange pen for the central section.
Use a blue pen for the inner ring, and the inner egg shape.
Shade the section at the bottom with a navy pen…
And then use a light cyan pencil for the remaining white space.
Use a black fineliner pen and a ruler to add a series of lines all around the edge of the egg.
Use a red pen to add color to the small half circle in the center.
Label the parts from bottom to top – “Air cell”, “Eggshell”, “Cuticula”, “Germinal disc”, “Vitelline membrane”, “Chalaza”, “Thin albumen”, “Thick albumen” and “Yolk”.
And there we have it – all the parts of the egg that you need to know to make a good start into your studies.