How to Draw a Solar Eclipse

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Have you ever seen a solar eclipse? In the middle of the day, a shadow passes over the sun, the air cools, and it grows dark as if night is falling... Read more

How to Draw an Animal Cell

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Whether you are a teacher or a student, our animal cell drawing guide is a perfect addition to your biology class. Students can become familiar with the parts of the cell as they draw the detailed diagram... Read more

How to Draw the Spine

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Whether you're taking an anatomy class or designing your own cartoon character, you may be wondering how to draw a spine. Charts such as the one in our illustration are often found in the offices of alternative medicine practitioners, including acupuncturists and herbalists... 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 Laboratory

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A laboratory is "a facility that provides controlled conditions in which scientific or technological research, experiments, and measurement may be performed." You, too, can learn how to draw a laboratory... Read more

How to Draw Isaac Newton

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Sir Isaac Newton was an English physicist and mathematician who lived from 1642 to 1727. He made scientific breakthroughs in the sciences of optics, mechanics, and physics. He invented the reflecting telescope and a type of advanced math called calculus... Read more

How to Draw a Library

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A library is a "collection of books used for reading or study." You can keep a personal library in your home, or you can visit a public library, where you can share books with other members of your community... Read more

How to Draw an Astronaut Helmet

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Would you like to draw an astronaut? You can use this easy drawing tutorial to learn how to draw an astronaut helmet. Astronauts in spacesuits have become an indelible part of our popular culture. The spacesuits were first invented during the mid-1900s when NASA and other organizations began missions to space. They were based on suits used in deep-sea diving... Read more

How to Draw a Battery

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Batteries have been a part of our lives for as long as electronics have. A battery is a device designed to "convert chemical energy directly into electrical energy."... Read more

How to Draw a Magnifying Glass

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The magnifying glass or hand lens is a convex optical lens, mounted on a handle and used to visually magnify objects. They are commonly used for reading, examining jewelry, or observing plants and insects... Read more

How to Draw an Open Book

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The Encyclopaedia Britannica defines the book as a "non-periodical printed publication of at least 49 pages excluding covers," but admits that "no strict definition... Read more

How to Draw a Telescope

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The telescope is an instrument which allows a person to see great distances, even into outer space. The word "telescope" actually means "far-seeing."... Read more

How to Draw an Atom

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The atom is the "smallest unit into which matter can be divided without the release of electrically charged particles." Atoms are considered the building blocks of chemistry... Read more

How to Draw a Thermometer

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Thermometers are instruments used to measure temperature. The first thermometer was built in 1592 by Galileo Galilei. They did not become widely available until the 1800s... Read more

How to Draw Abs

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The rectus abdominis muscle, commonly referred to as the abs, are often viewed as a gauge of physical fitness. If the abdominal muscles are visible on the outside of the body, it means that the muscles themselves are toned and that the body does not harbor an excess of fat... Read more

How to Draw a Microscope

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A microscope is a scientific instrument "that produces enlarged images of small objects." The word "microscope" comes from ancient Greek words meaning "small" and "to see." Microscopes are used to investigate small objects that are too little to be seen with the naked eye... Read more

How to Draw a Computer

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The first modern computer was built in 1937. Early computers, however, had little in common with the devices we know today. For example, one computer built in 1946 "weighed 30 tons, and had 18,000 vacuum tubes" which were used for processing. When it was first turned on, it used so much electricity that it dimmed the lights in parts of Philadelphia. Yet, it could only perform one task... Read more

How to Draw a Human Heart

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Your heart is a hard working muscle. If it takes you one minute to read this paragraph, your heart will have accomplished around 72 beats. Today, it will beat... Read more