How to Draw a Pinky Promise

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This gesture involves the linking of the pinky fingers together symbolizing that the finger could be broken or cut off if the promise isn't kept... Read more

How to Draw a Bow and Arrow

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The bow and arrow is an ancient weapon. In the past, it was used in warfare, and today is still used in recreational sports and in hunting. Historically, bows and arrows were made of wood, with an arrowhead of bone, stone, or metal. Today, many are crafted of lightweight materials such as fiberglass... Read more

How to Draw a Bridge

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A bridge " is a structure built to span a physical obstacle, such as a body of water, valley, or road, without closing the way underneath." The type of bridge in our drawing guide is an arch bridge spanning a river. The curved platform helps it to carry the weight that travels across it... Read more

How to Draw a Man

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A man is an adult human male. Before he reaches adulthood, this same individual would be called a boy. Male animals are not referred to as "men," but males of a species may still have special names - a male goose is called a gander, for instance, and a male horse is called a stallion... Read more

How to Draw the Solar System

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The solar system is our neighborhood in outer space. It consists of our star, the Sun; eight planets; five dwarf planets; hundreds of moons; and thousands of asteroids... Read more

How to Draw an Explosion

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An explosion is defined as "a rapid increase in volume and release of energy in an extreme manner, usually with the generation of high temperatures and the release of gases." Explosions can be caused by natural phenomena, such as volcanoes, stars that go supernova, or meteor impacts... Read more

How to Draw a Flower Crown

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A flower crown, chaplet, or wreath is a "circular garland, usually woven of flowers, leaves, and foliage, that traditionally indicates honour or celebration." Many children have made bracelets, necklaces, and crowns by tying the stems of small flowers together. These may be referred to as daisy chains. But the practice of making flower crowns has a long history... Read more

How to Draw a Window

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Windows are such common sights that we seldom give them any thought. They are an architectural feature of houses and other buildings that let in light and allow for ventilation... Read more

How to Draw a Moth

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There are about 160,000 species of moths - nocturnal winged insects that resemble butterflies. They range in size from tiny jewels one-quarter of an inch (4 millimeters) wide to enormous moths with 1-foot-wide (30 centimeter) wingspans... Read more

How to Draw a Face Mask

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Today, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends wearing face masks to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and other airborne diseases. Face masks are also called face coverings, surgical masks, and personal protection equipment (PPE)... Read more

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