Drawing a brain is not overly complicated provided you follow these straight-forward steps.
- Learn the different parts of the brain.
- 2Find a picture of a brain and study the locations of each of the parts.
- 3Draw a curve in the shape of the top half (lengthwise) of an egg.
- 4Lightly draw a line underneath it, so the shape looks like a stretched out semi-circle. The semi circle marks out the space for the frontal lobe, parietal lobe, and occipital lobe.
- 5Draw a small lump less than half the length of the oval underneath it. This is the cerebellum.
- 6Draw the medulla oblongata and the pons. The pons is a small, round area right in front of the cerebellum. The medulla oblongata extends out of the pons slightly diagonal towards the spinal cord.
- 7Draw a long oval at a slight angle above the cerebellum and extending past it. This is the temporal lobe.
- 8See the picture to the right to add more detail and for clarity.
- 1Draw an oval sideways. Determine the size of your drawing by making the oval larger or smaller, depending on your needs.
- 2Draw a curvy line that goes down the center of the oval. This curvy line should commence from the left side of the oval and go across the oval to the other side.
- 3Draw a bunch of squiggly lines through the oval shape. This gives the distinctive brain texture to the drawing.
- 4Draw a curvy cord at the bottom of the brain. The cord connects the brain to the rest of your body.
- 5Draw something around it, like a robot.
- Make medium-sized squiggles, and make smaller squiggles coming off of them.