Learn how to draw a spider by following this step by step tutorial.
Method 1 of 4: Make a cartoon spider
Step 1. Draw a small circle for the spider's head and add a larger circle for the body
Step 2. Draw two oblongs on the front of the head for the pedipalps
Step 3. Draw four zigzag lines on one side of the spider for its legs
Step 4. Make the same zigzag lines on the opposite side
Step 5. Create two small circles for the eyes
Step 6. Darken the outline of the body
Step 7. Draw the legs of the spider using the zigzag lines as a guide
Step 8. Make the spider hairy by giving small short pencil strokes on the head and body
Then blacken his eyes.
Step 9. Erase unnecessary lines and color the drawing
Method 2 of 4: Make a simple spider
Step 1. Draw an oblong for the body
Then sketch a square shape with rounded edges for the head.
Step 2. Draw four curved lines away from the body
Put marks on the spider's legs using circles and small lines, which will serve as a later guide for drawing the details.
Step 3. Repeat step 2 on the opposite side of the body
Step 4. Add details to the body and head of the spider
Draw the spinnerets (silk-producing organs) on the back of the body.
Step 5. Add other details to the legs
Thicken them to give them a volume effect and notice that they are separated into segments.
Step 6. Repeat the same steps for the legs on the opposite side
Step 7. Draw the eyes using tiny circles and the pedipalps by sketching a protruding shape at the front of the head
Step 8. Erase unnecessary lines
Add small random pencil strokes on the spider's abdomen to symbolize its hairs.
Step 9. Color the drawing
Method 3 of 4: Draw a tarantula
Step 1. Draw an oval for the belly
Step 2. Make a small circle for the head
Step 3. Form 2 small ovals on the head
They will form the mouth.
Step 4. Create the pedipalps
It is the 2nd pair of oral appendages.
Step 5. Draw the legs
Make lines that extend from the body.
Step 6. Finish the legs
Make ovals around the lines of the legs.
Step 7. Train her whole body
Use the first lines drawn for this.
Step 8. Add the eyes
There are 8 on his head! Then add hair.
Step 9. Erase unnecessary lines
Step 10. Color your tarantula
Method 4 of 4: Draw a black widow
Step 1. Draw a large oval for the body
Add a smaller one for the head.
Step 2. Make the legs
This requires 4 lines on each side.
Step 3. Form an "hourglass" on her stomach
This is its distinctive mark.
Step 4. Create the eyes and hooks
You need 8 points for the eyes and 2 small lines for its hooks.
Step 5. Accentuate the lines
Use the base to clearly draw all the parts.