Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner
Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner
Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner
Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner
Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner
Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner
Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner
Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner
Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner
Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner

Drawing Spiders Volume 1 - How to Draw Spiders For the Beginner

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Drawing tools
  • Parts of a Spider
  • Peacock Spider
  • Gasteracantha Arcuata
  • Brazilian Pinkbloom Tarantula
  • Black Widow
  • Author Bio
  • Publisher

Parts of a Spider

A spider's body structure is divided into two major parts. The upper portion is the cephalothorax (also called prosoma); this includes the spider's head and the thorax. The carapace covers the dorsal side (backside) of the upper body. At the center of the front edge of the head are the palps (the fangs/chelicera are at the lower center of the palps and are usually unnoticeable to many species of spiders), and right above the palps are the eyes (number of eyes may differ, either eight or six depending on the breed). The main pair of eyes at the center is usually bigger compared to others. A minor dent/ dimple at the center of the carapace is the fovea, this is usually where the markings of the carapace start (especially on several kinds of tarantulas).

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