How to Draw a Bee Hive
In popular culture, hives are often involved in collecting honey or a character being stung by a swarm of angry bees. We see an example of this in Winnie the Pooh, quoted above. Other animated movies, like the Bee Movie, focus entirely on this hardworking animal.
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Are the bees waiting to sting you?
Zilch. European and tamed honey bees are soft and hard to anger. They don’t want to prick you because if they do, they fail their stinger and die. They only bite if they feel threatened. Some species of bees (Africanized honey bees, yellow jackets, murder hornets) are aggressive and dangerous to humans. Beekeepers seek out dangerous specimens and remove them from non-native environments.
Bees are becoming increasingly popular in fashion and popular culture. Colony collapse disorder and other hazards threaten bee populations around the world. Because bee pollination is essential to our food supply, many organizations now sell “Save the Bees” t-shirts and accessories.
Would you like to draw a cartoon beehive?
This effortless step-by-step funny animal drawing tutorial is here to steer you how. All you will require is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of piece.
Step-by-step instructions for drawing a hive of bees.
Begin by drawing the branch of the tree. Use curved lines of mixed spans to draw the branch and twigs. Each twig should end with a sharp point.
Next, draw the hive. Extend a couple of curved lines down from the branch. Then draw curved lines from each side of these. Draw another curved line below them and an oval below. Then enclose several successively smaller curved shapes below the oval.
Draw an opening in the hive. Draw a circle in its center and a curved line at the top of the circle. Erase as needed.
Texture the surface of the hive with curved lines and small circles.
The draw exits at the tip of each twig. For apiece leaf, extend a curved line from the twig. From the base of this line, open two curved lines. Bring the lines, so they meet at a point beyond the end of the original line. Then draw short curved lines extending from the original line to form the ribs of the leaves.
Start outlining the bees. For each bee, start with a circle. This will become the bee’s head. Then, extend a curved line behind the head and fold it to form the oval-shaped body.
Ring the bees with curved lines, creating their characteristic stripes. Employ two curved lines to have the triangular stingers.
Draw the bee’s wings, erasing as needed. For each wing, extend a curved line from the back of the bee. Duplicate it on itself to form a rounded teardrop shape. Detail the wings with veins. Draw lines along the wings, with shorter lines coming out of them.
Draw the faces of the bees, erasing as necessary. Use large circles for the eyes, with smaller and smaller circles inside. Create a smiling mouth with curved lines. For the antennae, extend curved lines from the canopy of the skull. Conclude each one by shading a small circle.