Step 6: Starting on the left side of the mouth, draw two long, wavy lines for the cobra's tongue. Make the lines come apart wider at the end. Don't overlap the lines for the fangs. On the tip of the snake's tongue, draw a line similar to an upside- down letter V to make it forked.
Step 7: Starting on the left side of the mouth, draw an angled line similar to a wide letter V for the bottom part of the cobra's mouth.
Step 8: Draw another V-shaped line under the mouth for the jaw. Pay attention to how far the line extends to the right. Don't overlap the cobra's tongue or fangs. Now draw a long line that starts from the eye on the right and curves to the left to create the top of the head.
Step 9: Draw two long lines that start on the left side of the head and curve to the right for the cobra's neck. Notice that the line on the left doesn't quite connect to the top part of the head. That's where the hood will go.
Step 10: Draw a long curved line on the left side for the first part of the hood. This line should start at the top part of the head, curve to the left, and then back down and end just below the neck. Add a similar line on the right side for the other part of the snake's hood. Make it smaller because of the perspective. You can also skip the steps for the hood and draw a regular snake instead of a cobra!