Learn how to draw a great looking Camper with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Camper.
Would you like to explore the great outdoors? You can learn how to draw a camper and start going on your own outdoor adventures!
A camper, caravan, RV, tourer, or travel trailer - whatever you call it, recreational vehicles can be found around the world.
Furnished travel trailers were first produced commercially in the late 1880s. At that time, they were pulled by horses! By the early 1900s, camping was becoming a popular sport.
Today, campers come in all shapes and sizes, from tiny teardrop trailers and repurposed vans to plush RVs with as much square footage as a small house.
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Some are used for "glamping" - camping outdoors in luxury rather than "roughing it."
How can you put this RV trailer cartoon outline to good use? Here are some fun drawing ideas:
- Create a camper for your dolls or action figures. Paste your drawing to a cardboard shoebox and cut around the door on three sides. Decorate the interior of the shoebox camper with items like a box of supplies, a radio, or a hearty meal.
- Invite someone to go camping with you! Place this camper cartoon on the front of the invitation.
Put together a scrapbook or memory book page celebrating a family camping trip.
Watch 'How to Draw a Camper' Video Tutorial
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Camper
How to Draw a Great Looking Camper for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the outline by drawing its rectangular shape. Notice that one corner is rounded and that the rectangle has a rounded notch out of the bottom. Then, draw rectangles along the top and side, and a curved rectangle along the rounded corner.
Easy Camper Drawing - Step 2
2. Continue to detail the RV, erasing as necessary. Replace the upper corner with a curved "L" shape. Draw a rounded square at the bottom corner of the trailer, and connect it to the "L" with a straight line. Enclose a rounded rectangle with two small ovals along the side of the camper.
Easy Camper Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw several rectangles with different dimensions along the side of the camper. Draw or shade small circles within them. Then, draw a horizontal straight line along the bottom of the camper.
Easy Camper Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw the door and window of the cartoon RV. Use rounded rectangles for each. Draw parallel, horizontal lines across the window and the side of the trailer.
Draw a rounded rectangle within the door to form a window, and a curved triangle within a triangle to form the door handle. Below the door, enclose narrow, horizontal rectangles with rounded corners, and connect them with sets of short lines. These are the stairs.
Easy Camper Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw four successively smaller circles within the notch, forming the tire and wheel. Texture the wheel with short lines. At the front of the camper, extend a pair of lines and draw a small semicircle at the end. This is a support strut.
Easy Camper Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw a rectangle at the front of the camper. On top of it, draw a semicircle, circle, and a series of irregular rectangles that form the propane fuel tank.
Easy Camper Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the scenery around the camper. Use curved lines that meet at jagged points to form the grass, and enclose the cloudlike shape of a shrub using a series of curved lines.
Add More Details to Your Camper Picture - Step 8
8. Draw a tree in the background. Use curved lines to sketch the trunk, branch, and leafy crown.
Complete the Outline of Your Camper Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your outline by finishing the crown of the tree. Use a series of curved lines, some of which meet at points, to enclose the cloudlike shape.
Color Your Camper Drawing
Color your cartoon camper trailer. We've given ours a traditional cream and red paint job, but you can get creative!
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