Whether you are a teacher or a student, our animal cell drawing guide is a perfect addition to your biology class. Students can learn about the parts of the cell as they draw the detailed diagram.
Organelles are parts of a cell that help it work. They are already labeled for you. The best part is, our drawing tutorial makes learning fun!
Animal cells have a nucleus. Prokaryotes do not have a nucleus.
Your body is made up of about 30 trillion cells. You can’t see these cells with your eyes. To see the cells, scientists put them on a microscope slide.
You can study cells, too, with the help of this cartoon drawing tutorial of the animal cell structure!
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- First, draw a curved line to outline the cross-section of a cell. Then, draw a big heart-shaped figure inside the line.
- Draw a circle in the center of the cell. Inside the circle draw two smaller circles. The biggest circle is the nucleus. The smallest circle is the nucleolus.
- Now, you will draw the endoplasmic reticulum. Draw a series of curved lines above and below the nucleus. Use curved lines to draw the endoplasmic reticulum.
- Draw circles on the outside of the nuclear membrane. Then, draw the mitochondria. The mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell.
- Outline more irregular shapes. Texture them all with curved lines. Some are smooth endoplasmic reticulum, and others are Golgi apparatus.
- Let’s take a look at the image of the cell again and see what we need to change to make the cell look more like the one in the image.
How to draw cell
That will conclude this lesson on how to draw an animal cell.