How to Draw a Rain Coat

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Would you like to learn how to draw a rain coat? This easy, step-by-step clothing drawing tutorial will help you master the rain coat outline... Read more

How to Draw a Hydrangea Flower

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Spring is in the air! Bring the outdoors in and brighten up your room when you learn how to draw a hydrangea flower. Hydrangea blooms are made up of many smaller, individual flowers. They grow in clusters on a shrub or bush. Did you know? Some hydrangeas change color based on the... Read more

How to Draw the Wind

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Would you like to learn how to draw the wind? You may wonder, how can you draw something that you cannot see? We can't see the air or the wind, it is true, but we can see what it does... Read more

How to Draw a Thanksgiving Card

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What is Thanksgiving? In the United States and Canada, this holiday celebrates "the harvest and other blessings of the past year." In the U.S., the holiday is linked to a legend of a feast shared by the English colonists and the Wampanoag Native American people in 1621... Read more

How to Draw Yourself Stepping in a Puddle and Splashing your Friends

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Have you ever played in a puddle? Most puddles are left behind by rain. They can also form near underground springs, on beaches when the tide goes out, from snow melt, or from man-made sources such as a fire hydrant or backyard watering hose. They may attract small animals that desire to drink the water, or creatures such as frogs and mosquitoes that lay their eggs there.... Read more

How to Draw a Wine Bottle

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Wine, the fermented juice of the grape or other fruits, has been a revered alcoholic beverage since ancient times. According to Encyclopaedia Britannica, the grape "was being cultivated in the Middle East by 4000 BCE and probably earlier." Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, the Bible, and other documents show that grapes were used to make wine thousands of years ago... Read more

How to Draw Grapes

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The term grape describes about 80 species of vining plants native to the northern hemisphere. The plants grow quite large, reaching lengths of 56 feet (17 meters) or more... Read more

How to Draw a Pinecone

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Pinecones are the seed-bearing fruit of about 120 different species of pine tree. Pines are found throughout the world, especially in the cold northern reaches... Read more

How to Draw a Pumpkin Patch

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A pumpkin patch is a garden used for growing pumpkins. Each year, millions of children across North America look forward to visiting a local pumpkin patch. There, they can often play in corn mazes and... Read more

How to Draw a Fall Scenery

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Entire forests of trees sense the coming of winter, and they prepare. The trees get ready to hibernate, protecting themselves from the cold. Green leaves stop producing... Read more

How to Draw Acorns

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Acorns are the nut or fruit produced by the oak tree. Acorns have a distinct appearance from other nuts, with a characteristic... Read more

How to Draw School Books

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Books are a common symbol of school days. This is due in large part to the invention of the printing press some 600 years ago. Before books could be printed en masse, they had to be... Read more

How to Draw a School

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Today, the image of a schoolhouse is iconic of education itself. The concept of schools - formal groupings of students - existed as far back as... Read more

How to Draw Pears

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Pears are soft fruits that are grown in temperate regions around the world. They are enjoyed fresh, canned, in beverages, and in jellies. Pears likely originated in... Read more