How To Draw An Arched Door, A Free Printable Worksheet

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This arch door might be found in an old castle or an old house in Europe.

How To Draw An Arched Door. Free Worksheet. 


BEGINNING
Start simple. If you have some round object trace around it to draw the top of the arch of the door. Use straight lines to draw the rectangle of the door sides and the bottom.

DEVELOPING FORM
Draw a second line around what has been drawn so far so it is an outline, but give it room to draw the bricks of the wall in. Divide this space with lines to mark off where the bricks will be. Outline the areas areas  so they look like bricks with mortar between. them.

Draw a line down the middle to make the two doors.

Draw a line across the top for the top of the door .

Use guidelines to create rows for the bricks in the wall then divide the lines for the bricks. Outline the bricks and erase the guide lines.

Use texture to give the door a weathered wood grain look.

Use guide lines to place the hinges on each side so they are parallel with the hinge on the other side.

These hinges are wrought iron so draw them black and give them curves.

Use guidelines to make the flagstones even and outline the flagstones on the floor.

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How To Draw The Face Of Joan Of Arc, (Jeanne d'Arc) Worksheet

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This is a simple project for a young artist. The face is a teenager in three quarter view and turned upward slightly, the eyes are looking heavenward.

How to Draw Joan of Arc Worksheet
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BEGINNINGS
Start with a basic shape of the head without the hair, it looks like an egg with the narrow point for the chin. Use guidelines to help keep things straight. One will go down the face but a little to the left side. Draw another guideline for the eyes, this will be half way from the top of the head to the chin. Draw another guideline halfway from the eyes to the chin for the nose, and a last half way from the nose to the chin for the mouth.

DEVELOP FORM
The face is turned three quarter view so the left side shows the brow, the cheek the curve of the upper jaw and the lower jaw. These are lines that start at the hairline first going outward a little for the eyebrow, then inward slightly for the eye socket, then out a little farther than the eyebrow for the cheekbone, then in and down with a bump for the upper jaw and teeth, last it curves down under the chin and curves up to the right jaw hinge just under the right ear.

DETAILS
The eyes are looking up so draw the top of the eye like an arch or a rainbow. The bottom is straight with a slight curve up. Use some small coins to trace around for the iris of the eye so they both match. The pupal of the eye is far up and only a little of it is showing.

The nose is a curving line like a backward "S" but keep it thin. The bottom of the nose is turned up, but don't draw it use shading technique for it.

The mouth is far to the left since the face is turned away. The top lip is thin and mostly in shadow so use shading technique to draw it. The bottom lip is two ovals in the middle and then stretched out at the ends.  Do not make both sides of the mouth equal since the face is turned away, so the left side is smaller and the right side is longer. the mouth almost touches the far edge of the face. Perspective does all this.

The eyebrows are simple and straight.

Draw the hair last it is short almost boy like. The armor has straps at the top and pieces that fold over on the shoulder, draw rectangles and triangles for these. She was often shown with a wooden cross around her neck or a banner.

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How to Draw A Siberian Husky Free Printable Worksheet

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How To Draw a Siberian Husky Printable Worksheet


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BEGINNING:
Use basic shapes to form a simple dog head. Start with a large circle. Add two triangles at the top for the ears. Draw a rectangle for the muzzle. If you make it long he looks older if it is short he looks younger.

DEVELOPMENT
     * The eyes are like a diamond sideways.
     * The mouth is low on the muzzle, draw a line across but curving up at the outside edge.
     * The nose is a triangle at the top of the muzzle,
     * The upper lip curves up draw a line going up for it.
     * The neck and shoulders are broad, use two lines; one starting at the ear and going out and down and the other halfway across the bottom of the muzzle going down and slightly out.

DETAILS
The eye is edged in black. The ears are slightly rounded. There are four rows of freckles. The lip is black.

FIR
Take your time with the fur so it looks good. As you draw the fur use strokes with your pencil going the direction of the fur, the direction fur goes is out away from the center.
     * The top of the head is dark
     * There is a line of dark down between the eyes.
     * The ears are edged in dark.
     * There is a band of dark circling the face starting behind the earn and ending below the cheek.
     * On the opposite side of the face is another under the chin but it is short.
     * There is a second band going down the back edge and curving in at the bottom. (but it is not as dark)


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How to Draw A Peacock Feather, free printable Worksheet

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How To Draw A Peacock Feather 


Parents, teachers, and home-school families will find many ways to use this project. It can be given out as an extra activity in class or sent home to do on the student's own time. It is designed to give the young artist confidence in drawing a popular subject.

BEGINNINGS
Start by drawing lightly so you can erase later on. The feather has a shaft, (called a rachis), draw this with a graceful curve. The top is the beautiful part. Draw a large teardrop on top of the shaft. Draw a larger circle around the teardrop, do this lightly, it is just a guideline that you will erase later. On both sides of the shaft lightly draw a guideline to keep the end of the veins the same length.

DEVELOP FORM
The top has four rings. The first is the green one it is on the outer edge of the teardrop, draw it as a second line inside the teardrop shape. The next ring is the brownish, draw it as a small inner ring that almost touches the bottom of the teardrop shape. The light blue is next, it is inside the brown ring and has an upside down heart inside. The innermost ring is the purple upside down heart.

The shaft is thick, draw it as two lines on each side of the first guideline drawn earlier.
The barbs come out of the sides of the shaft. Draw them slowly and carefully do not let them go past the second set of guidelines. Draw them in pairs on each side of the shaft. Use two lines for each barb so you have a top and a bottom.
Have some of the barbs pass in front or behind others. Some will go in random directions but all generally go upward.
The barbs at the top clump together. Outline them first then draw in the individual barbs. Leave a few spaces between some of the barbs.

FINISHING
Color the feather green except for the eye. It is purple inside, then light blue, then brown then green.

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How To Draw Father Time Free Worksheet

Father Time is often seen illustrating the end of the year, and the idea that we are running out of time. You see this on invitations to New Year's Eve parties.

How to Draw Father Time Worksheet


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BEGINNING
Start by drawing lightly. Draw a stick figure as a foundation, and to help get the pose right.
The head is a long oval and is low on the shoulders.
To place the hand on the staff draw it like a bent square at first and come back to make the details later.
To make the hand that holds the hourglass draw it like a mitten at first and come back to it later.

DEVELOP FORM
Draw the ragged robe around the stick figure. Draw the bottom of the legs and the feet. Keep the legs skinny. Draw ovals for the open sleeves.

THE FACE
Keep the face simple. Draw the eyelids pointing downward to the outside that gives him a worried look. The noes is big and goes over his mustache Draw the eyes as dark dots over to the side so it looks like he is looking at the hourglass.
The beard covers the lower part of the face make it long and wavy.
The eyebrows are bushy.
The ears are like big peanuts on the side of the head.

DETAILS
Find a button or some small round thing and trace around it to make the top and bottom of the hourglass. Draw the top of the hourglass like an oval.
Draw the fingers inside the mitten drawing from earlier.The thumb is on the outside pointing away.
Draw the fingers on the staff. The the thumb is on the inside and behind the staff.
The robe has a rope belt.
Make the robe ragged at the end and shadow the part behind.
The sandals have only one strap over the top. Don't draw all the toes just the big toe.
Make the staff with a lot of short choppy lines so it has texture and looks woody.

FINISHING TOUCHES
There is a rope around his waist give it a lot of texture.
Give the clothing some rips and holes.
Give the face some wrinkles.
Use shadowing to give the figure some roundness.
Shade the robe just a little so the beard looks whiter.

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