Simple Antelope Drawing

Greetings, little artists! Are you ready to embark on a drawing safari? Today, we’ll be learning a simple antelope drawing. These graceful and swift animals are known for their elegant horns and agile movements. Join us in this step-by-step tutorial as we guide you through the process of drawing a beautiful antelope.

Materials Needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Coloring Supplies


Perfect For:

  • Kids
  • Newbies

Simple Antelope Drawing

How to Draw an Antelope – Step by Step Tutorial

First, let’s outline the mouth of the antelope.


Second step is to draw the eye of the animal.


Draw the antelope’s horns of the antelope.


Draw this triangular shape to form the antelope’s ears.


Draw a curved line to form the neck of the antelope.


And then, draw a slightly wavy line to form the antelope’s back.


Now with a curved line, form the hindquarters of the antelope.


Draw the front legs and feet of the animal.


Now draw this ellipse shape to form the belly of the animal.


Next, draw the back feet and leg of the animal.


Finally, draw the front and back right feet of the antelope.


Fantastic job! You’ve now learned how to draw an antelope.

Keep practicing and enjoying more of our fun drawing tutorials.

Your final drawing should look like the sketch on the right.

Now, it’s time to add some colors to complete the drawing and make it more realistic.


πŸ‘‡ Don’t Forget to Check Other Animals of the Cervidae Family πŸ‘‡

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About the Antelope

Antelopes are some of the most graceful and well-designed animals on the planet.

They are able to move quickly, jump high and run long distances. They are also some of the most difficult animals to hunt, as they can outrun any predator.

For these reasons, they have been given the nickname of “the swift” animal. However, the name really fits the antelope more than it does the cheetah!

Antelopes live in every continent except Antarctica (thanks to their thick fur coats). They are very social and form herds that can contain hundreds of individuals.