Satyrs are tricky creatures to draw. They have many angles and curves that can be difficult to capture. In this blog post, I will show you how I approach drawing a satyr, starting with the basic outline and then adding in details. With a little bit of practice, you’ll be able to draw your own satyrs in no time!
Step-by-step drawing guide of the Satyr
- From: Mythical Creatures;
- Steps: 38
- Original artwork (used as refence) by: Eva Wildermann (evawidermann.artstation.com)
How to Draw a Satyr. The word “satyr” comes from the Greek word meaning “goat.” In Greek mythology, they are half-man and half-goat creatures that live in the woods and mountains. They are known for their wild nature and love of wine, women, and song. Often they are seen playing instruments or dancing.
To draw a satyr, we’ll be sketching a human torso, the legs of a goat, complete with hooves. The arms will be of a human, with some fur on the elbows. Finally, we’ll add horns and a goatee beard. Learning how to draw a Satyr is enjoying. After you get the idea, you can make your satyr as wild or as tame as you like! Just have fun with it.