Learn how to draw a great looking Skateboard with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a beautiful Skateboard.
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Skateboards are the necessary equipment for the sport of skateboarding. Skateboards are generally made of maple plywood with a polyurethane coating.
The rider moves by balancing on the board with one foot and pushing with the other. Many skateboarders do tricks at skateparks, aided by ramps, bowls, and half-pipes.
The skateboard was invented in California, United States, during the 1950s. The first skateboards were made by attaching roller skates to a board.
This new sport was often called “sidewalk surfing.” Many surfers took to this sport when the scarcity of waves didn’t allow for traditional surfing.
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Some skateboards are called longboards. As you might have guessed, these are longer than ordinary skateboards.
Their wheels and axles are also more rugged. They are designed for riding very fast on roads or paths.
Would you like to draw a fun cartoon skateboard? This easy, step-by-step skateboard drawing tutorial is here to show you how.
All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper.
If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Scooter, Bike, and Football Helmet.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Skateboard
How to Draw a Great Looking Skateboard for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a pair of straight, diagonal, parallel lines. These form the sides of the skateboard’s deck. Then, connect them on the ends using “C” shaped lines, completing the outline of the deck.
Easy Skateboard Drawing - Step 2
2. Erase one end of the deck and replace it with another curved line. Note how this line angles upward, giving the front of the deck a realistic curvature.
Easy Skateboard Drawing - Step 3
3. Erase the back of the skateboard deck and replace it with a curved line. Note that again, this portion of the deck angles upward.
Easy Skateboard Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a curved line parallel to the near side of the deck. Allow it to attach to the ends of the skateboard.
Easy Skateboard Drawing - Step 5
5. Beneath the skateboard, draw a circle within a circle. This is the skateboard’s wheel.
Easy Skateboard Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw a curved line parallel to the top of the wheel, attaching on two sides. This gives the wheel a three-dimensional appearance. Then, attach the wheel to the deck using curved lines.
Easy Skateboard Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw another circle within a circle beneath the deck, forming the second wheel.
Add More Details to Your Skateboard Picture - Step 8
8. Draw a curved line parallel to the top of the wheel, and attach it on two sides. Then, attach the wheel to the deck using curved lines. Enclose an additional curved shape to indicate the axel.
Complete the Outline of Your Skateboard Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw wavy, curved lines on the top of the deck, and allow them to meet at points. This forms a flame pattern decorating the deck.
Color Your Skateboard Drawing
Color your cartoon skateboard. We’ve made ours green with pink flames; what color will yours be?
Every skateboard needs a rider. Find yours among our cartoon people drawing guides. Then, check out our other cartoon object drawing tutorials.
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