Look simply for acquaintance at a skeleton of the Indian and African elephant, they have essential distinctions. In circus the Indian elephants generally act.
That it was more clear what distinctions between the Indian and African elephant, we will draw their contours. The first we will draw the Indian elephant. Line table 5*4 with equal squares and note points of intersection in the top from And to E. From a skeleton of the Indian elephant it was visible that his head is very huge and the backbone has other form, than at the African elephant. Raising of a back at the Indian elephant goes from the middle of a body from a point With, the head has a flat form with obviously expressed frontal part and begins from a point E. Ears at the Indian elephant the small.
Now we will look how to draw the African elephant. Essential difference is that to raise a backbone of the African elephant in back part of a back from a point In, the head its pokatisty and begins from a point of D, ears it is much more, than at Indian, and has a smooth corner of a neck, there is no chin in difference from Indian. Elephants in general go on socks as it was visible from a skeleton. The trunk of elephants can stretch, and also the elephant cannot jump at all.
And now we will start stage-by-stage drawing of the Indian elephant.
Step 1. We draw two ovals — a basis of the head and body of an elephant. Then we draw a head contour, a trunk, an eye and an ear at an elephant.
Step 2. We draw tusks at an elephant, folds on a trunk and about eyes, and also the line in an ear.
Step 3. We draw a body and feet of an elephant.
Step 4. We draw other two feet, we put end of a stomach at an elephant, and also we draw a tail.
Step 5. We erase auxiliary ovals, we draw nails standing at an elephant. At elephants in general nails in front 5, and on hinder legs four, at some African elephants 4 on lobbies and 3 on hinder legs.