How to Draw a Couch

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A couch is a piece of furniture designed to seat two or three people. Couches are usually upholstered (covered in fabric), with arms and a back for leaning against. Some couches recline or pull out to form a bed... Read more

How to Draw a Throne

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A throne is a large, heavy chair, often elaborately decorated with jewels, precious metals, and expensive clothes. Thrones were usually used by kings, queens, pharaohs, and other dignitaries. By the Middle Ages, family heads often sat in similar huge chairs, though less expensively adorned... Read more

How to Draw a Chair

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A chair is a common piece of furniture throughout the world. It is also one of the most ancient. The oldest known chairs date to about 2600 B.C.E. and were from ancient Egypt... Read more

How to Draw a Table

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Today, the table is a basic article of furniture found in nearly every home around the world. The table is a flat surface supported by various sorts of legs. The table has been used since at least the seventh century B.C.E. - nearly 3,000 years... Read more

How to Draw a Church

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A church is a building used for religious activities, typically by a Christian denomination. Many traditional churches are laid out in the shape of a cross. As you can see from this drawing guide, several sections of the church jut out in different directions, forming the four-pointed shape... Read more

How to Draw a Bed

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Beds are pieces of furniture used for sleeping. Different types of beds have been used throughout history, many very unlike the beds we know today. Some were simple piles of rugs or sacks stuffed with straw, while others were huge and elaborately carved... Read more

How to Draw a Door

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Creak! Does the idea of a creaky door send chills up your spine? Or does an open door remind you of the colorfully painted rowhouses of your favorite childhood television series? In literature, doors are often used to represent choices and the outcomes the character must face... Read more

How to Draw the Sphinx

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In Egyptian mythology, the Sphinx was a creature that had a human head and the body of a lion. In one legend, a winged Sphinx asked the riddle, “What is it that has one voice year becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed?” The Sphinx would eat anyone that could not give the proper answer... Read more

How to Draw the Space Needle

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Since the 1800s, the World's Fair has been held every few years in countries around the world. Each of these fairs lasts for about six months and exhibits the latest industrial, cultural, and scientific... Read more

How to Draw an Igloo

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The igloo is an icon of the far north, especially the Arctic regions of Alaska, Greenland, and Canada. The term is from an Eskimo word meaning "house," and igloos still serve as temporary winter homes for... Read more

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