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How to Draw a Boat

How to Draw a Boat Boats are among the oldest inventions of man. The most ancient boat discovered by archaeologists is called the Pesse canoe, a dugout canoe made from a single tree. This boat is thousands of years old and is now on display at a museum in the Netherlands.While small boats such as […]

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How to Draw a Cartoon Castle

How to Draw a Cartoon Castle Massive castles are a sight to behold. At first they were build to protect the inhabitants and the surrounding areas. Later they evolved into decorated residents for the nobility.Castles have also long been an important part of fairy tale illustrations. Have you seen the Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland?Drawing […]

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How to Draw a Monster Truck

How to Draw a Monster Truck Monster trucks are specially fitted pickup trucks and SUVs used in competitions. Most monster trucks are twelve feet wide, twelve feet tall, and have sixty-six inch tires. Monster truck competitions usually feature a race and a freestyle event, in which the trucks jump over obstacles, do wheelies and flips, […]

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How to Draw a Train

How to Draw a TrainRail lines called wagonways were invented as long ago as 1500. It was not until the 1820s, however, that mechanical trains were invented. These trains were powered by steam and were similar in design to the train featured in this drawing tutorial.Many other types of trains have since been invented, including […]

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How to Draw a Cartoon Revolver

How to Draw a Cartoon Revolver Bang! Pow! Many early children’s cartoons, such as the Looney Tunes, included the use of guns. Iconic characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Tom and Jerry, Yosemite Sam, Speedy Gonzales, and Wile E. Coyote, were often seen firing these weapons. More often than not, though, the […]

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How to Draw a Cartoon House

How to Draw a Cartoon Fire When we think of cartoons, we often think first of the characters. The environment, however, can be just as important.Think of Goldilocks and the three bears – the story wouldn’t have been the same without the bears’ house, where everything was either too much, too little, or just right. […]

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How to Draw a Soccer Ball

How to Draw a Soccer Ball Since it was first played in 1863, soccer – called football or fútbol in many lands – has become one of the world’s most popular sports. It is played in over 250 million people in two hundred countries, and championship games are viewed by millions of fans.The iconic soccer […]

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How to Draw a Crown

How to Draw a Cartoon Cow Since ancient times, crowns of various types have been worn to designate royalty by kings, queens, princes, and princesses.The crown in this easy, step-by-step drawing guide features a design element known as the fleur de lis. In French, fleur means “flower” and lis means “lily,” although the design is […]

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How to Draw a Cartoon Car

How to Draw a Cartoon Car The modern automobile was invented in the late 1800s. Ever since, the car has been a beloved part of our technological culture.It wasn’t long before cartoonists were personifying cars and other vehicles by giving them eyes, mouths, and personalities of their own. This type of image has become increasingly […]

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How to Draw a Sugar Skull

How to Draw a Sugar Skull Sugar skulls, called calaveras in Spanish, are edible, handmade representations of human skulls made from sugar or chocolate and decorated with icing, foil, beads, or feathers. The term also refers to similarly adorned decorative clay skulls.These skulls are typically made in celebration of the Día de los Muertos, the […]

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