How To Draw A Robot Dog, Free Printable Worksheet

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Parents and teachers will find many ways to use this project to encourage young artist. It can be part of free time activity or part of a lesson on drawing fantasy robots.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: If your drawings do not come out just the way you want do get discouraged, learning to draw takes practice so draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back often and try some other projects I have lots to choose from.

How to Draw A Robot Dog, Free Worksheet.


BEGINNINGS:
Use some basic shapes to work out the ideas. Our example is a beagle like robot with short legs and a medium body. Use circles to get a rough peanut shape for the body, draw lightly since you will be erasing later. The head starts like a teardrop pointing sideways. Use stick figure technique to get the legs positioned.

DEVELOPING THE DETAILS:
The body is more boxy so go over the peanut shape with some straight lines. Go around the stick figure legs and make them wider. Add circles for nuts, bolts and for hinges.

DEVELOPING THE HEAD:
Use an oval for the ears. Draw a rectangle for the nose and snout. Sketch a narrower rectangle for the  lower jaw. Draw a window for the eyes it could be round or any shape you want.  Go around these basic shapes again to make them look more dog like but not too much.

DETAILS
Add buttons and knobs and antenna.

SHADING:
Use shading technique to give the robot dog roundness and thickness. The legs an the far side are in shadow and so they are darker. Find some places to make dark for contrast.


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How To Draw A Leaping Orca Killer Whale, Free Printable Worksheet.

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FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT:  If your drawing does not turn out the way you hopped do not give up. Learning to draw takes practice so draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back to this blog and try some of my other projects.

How to Draw An Orca Whale Leaping, Free Printable Worksheet


BEGINNING
Draw lightly at first so you can erase later. Start with the horizon, where the sky meets the sea. Draw a horizontal line. You could scribble in some lines for the hills if you want it to look like the orca is in a bay.

BASIC SHAPE
Draw a curved line for the back of the orca. The bottom of the line will be at the water and a little below the horizon line you drew before, the curve will be more rounded at the head.

The bottom line is not really curved but is made up of three lines that are almost straight. One for the tail to the waist, the second is from the waist going to the neck or jaw, and the third is from the jaw to the tip

FINS.
There are more than one kind of orca and they have the back fin in different places some are in the middle and some are more forward. The Orca fin is like a triangle but narrow, draw it with two curving lines curving backward. The two front fins are large ovals.

WATER
The splash is a lot of lines that curl back and forth. There are layers of splash inside layers. To make the splash look white and foamy make the water dark.The water is darker in the foreground near the bottom and lighter at the top near the horizon. The mountains can be any way you want

COLORING
The orca is black but don' start with black if you have grey do it all in grey first then do the darkest areas in black and leave some grey so it has a rounded look. There is whie behind teh ear, under the chin and under the belly.

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How to Draw A Teddy Bear, Free Printable Worksheet

How to draw a teddy bear is an easy to do project that will give the young artist confidence. A few simple shapes and some curved lines are all it takes to Teddy. You may print the worksheet and project notes by highlighting them and sending them to your printer, or saving to your device to reference later.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: If your drawing does not turn out the way you hoped do not give up- no one is as critical of their work as much as a true artist!. Learning to draw takes practice, so draw every day, and come back and print another worksheet soon you will be an artist. Try different projects and draw a lot of different stuff, I have a lot of worksheets to choose from so do something different every day and soon you will find what your talent is.

How To Draw A Teddy Bear Worksheet.


BEGINNINGS:
Draw lightly at first so you can erase later. Start by using basic shapes to develop the composition of the picture. Use a big circle for the body and a smaller one for the head. The feet are ovals that are pointed up and out.

Use guidelines on the head like a cross so that things will stay even

Draw circles for the ears and two looping lines for the arms.

DRAWING TEDDY'S FACE
On the horizontal guideline draw two circles for the eyes, inside the circles draw little squares for the shiny spot in the eyes. Fill in the eyes but leave the squares white for the shine. Draw the muzzle as a circle placed evenly on the vertical guideline. The nose is an oval on the muzzle on the upper half of the muzzle. The smile is like the letter "U."

BEAR FEET:
Draw a large circle on the bottom half of the ovals that make the feet. Draw three smaller circles for the pads under the toes. These will be colored in dark but the foot around them will be white. He has little legs but all you do is draw two short lines from the bottom and top of the feet inward toward the body these four lines will slightly slope toward each other like they were going to make an "X" but stop about half way.

CLOTHING:
If you want to dress your teddy with a bow tie or a hat or something do it before you start on the fur.

FUR
EXPECT TO TAKE A LONG TIME ON THE FUR! If you hurry it will look sloppy and like you gave up. The easiest way to do fir is to make the lines around the edges zig-zag. If you want to fill the fir in start at the edges and make lots and lots of very short lines going in and out a the edge.  As you work from the outer edges inward make the lines a little longer. Don't cover every bit with fur leave some blank areas that will look like highlight

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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.

There are many different ways to approach a project like this. I offer this worksheet as one method to draw an arched door. I have kept it simple on purpose for the young artist but it could be a beginning point for someone with more advanced skills.

The secret to becoming a good artist is to draw every day, so come back often and see my other projects there are many to choose from and if you draw every day soon everybody will be calling you a great artist.

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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.

There are more than one way to draw a face I have kept this project simple on purpose for the young artist. Drawing a good face takes practice so don'g give up. Draw a person every day and soon you will be good at it. I have other projects like this so come back often and try some more.

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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