How To Draw The Queen of Sheba, Free Printable Worksheet

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This is a simplified project to draw the face of the Biblical Queen of Sheba who listened to the wisdom of Solomon.

BEGINNINGS
Start by drawing lightly so you can erase later. Draw an oval for the head, then divide up the oval with guidelines vertical in the center, and another one horizontal half way down. The guidelines help keep things even and not crooked.

DEVELOPMENT
The eyes are on the halfway mark, They are about as far apart as they are each wide. The top of the eyes are an arch but the bottom curves up and down and back up. The eyes are outlined in dark. Draw the shiny spot before you draw the iris or pupal. Use a line above the eye to show the fold of the eyelid.
The nose is wide, use two lines like a parenthesis for the wider parts and two curving dashes for the shadow below.
The lips are three lines. Draw the one in the middle first, it is like a flattened letter "v," the bottom lip is a wide curve, like the letter "U" the upper lip is like a flat letter "M"
The Neck is wide and the shoulders slope downward slightly.

TURBAN, CROWN, NECKLACE
The turban is a folded cloth and can be a lot of wiggly lines over the top of the head going around the head like a frame. The crown can be simple just two lines across the turban. There are gold coins hanging down off of the crown and turban, draw them as circles.
The necklace is a bunch of lines that go around the neck. Use guidelines to keep things even and straight.
The hair is black but put some shiny lines in it.  

Use shading technique to give the face a rounded look.

 How to Draw the Queen of Sheba Free Printable Worksheet.


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How To Draw A Friendly Human Type Robot. Free printable Drawing Worksheet

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BEGINNING
Start with a stick figure but give him elbows and knees. Draw circles for the joints. Draw lightly so you can erase later. Decide on the pose.  Draw a horizontal line to help keep the feet on the same plane and draw the feet as if he is standing on that line.

DEVELOPMENT
When you have the pose how you like it draw around the the figure to give the body thickness.

ROBOT IT
Use rectangles and other shapes to give the figure a robot like appearance. Try drawing some random lines here and there to make it interesting. Erase any extra lines.

SHADING
Use shading to give the robot a rounder look.

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How To Draw A Space Soldier Worksheet, Free and Printable

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This worksheet will help the young artist gain confidence in drawing a basic figure.

BEGINNINGS
Start with a stick figure that is articulated at the joints like elbows and knees. At this point we are just trying to get the pose.

After you are happy with the pose then fill out the body with lines around the stick figure. Imagine the stick figure is a skeleton and the lines around it are the muscle.

DESIGN TECHNIQUE
To come up with a unique and original suit that is both space suit and armor scribble all over the drawing you have made so far. It is like you are trying to ruin the drawing. Look at the scribbles, then choose the lines that you like. Go over these favorite lines and work them into the suit of space armor.

Erase the extra lines.

FINISHING TOUCHES.
Use random shapes to design a weapon.
Use shadow technique to give roundness.
Use thin jagged lines for the distant scene.
Use short choppy strokes for the foreground.

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How To Draw a Vampire Bat, Free Printable Worksheet

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BEGINNING
Draw lightly so you can erase things later. Draw an oval for the body. Near the top draw a circle for the head. The circle and oval overlap a little.

BODY
Lightly draw the arms, the upper arm is short and then the forearm is long. The four fingers are very long. The legs are short. After you have the arms positioned then draw around the lines to give the arms and fingers thickness.

FACE
Use guide lines like a cross on the face. The eyes are circles on the top of the cross guideline. The nose has two dashes like the letter "V," with an arch line above. The mouth is like a sideways diamond. Draw just a few teeth. The ears are big for the size of the head. The ears start where eyebrows would be and curve up and then down the side of the face.


DETAILS
There are tiny thumbs on each wing. The feet are small and are a couple of lines. put a little shiny dot in the eye. Use shading technique to make the bat have roundness. Use curving lines to finish the wings.

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How To Draw A Ballerina On One Leg.

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This is a classic expression of the human figure.

BEGINNINGS'
Start by drawing a "balancing line up and down to keep the figure centered and balanced. There should be equal amounts of the figure on both sides of this line.

Start with a stick figure that includes the joints like the elbows and knees.  Take time to get the pose right.

DEVELOP FORM
Using ovals for the muscle groups fill out the arms and legs. Give the body shape.

DETAILS
Keep the hands, feet and face simple. The hands are side view so all the fingers do not show. The eyes are halfway down from the top of the head to the chin, Keep the clothing simple.

Add shadow to give the form depth and roundness.

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