Drawing and crafts

How to draw a Dingo Dog tutorial

This is a lesson from the series “How to Draw Australian Animals” They say there are practically no predators in Australia. And then they easily supplement: except for crocodiles, sharks, some marsupials and DINGO. Dingoes are not really local animals, they were introduced a long time ago and took root very well. Of course, I

DIY Puppy model from toilet paper rolls

Let`s learn how to make  DIY Puppy model from toilet paper rolls. When I was going to make a puppy out of TPR, I immediately realized that his head would be large and relatively heavy. This meant that the toy needed to be given such a pose so that the head was located lower. So, let it

Paper hen(chicken) DIY

Let`s learn how to make a hen out of paper. As you can see, it is so simple that there is almost nothing to explain. We take a square sheet of paper and make shallow cuts on two adjacent sides, these will be the tail feathers. We twist the workpiece into a cone and glue

How to draw a teapot lesson

Let`s learn how to draw a teapot. As a model, I chose a small, compact teapot, which serves us faithfully during tea parties. Our teapot has a rounded body, a lid, a pouring spout and a handle. Its sides are decorated with a pattern with roses, but for our purposes it doesn’t matter – we,

How to draw a jug from life

Let`s learn how to draw a jug. Of course, the concept of a jug is extensible; they come in very different forms. To begin with, I chose a large glass jug with a wide neck. And since it is transparent, in order to make it more interesting to draw, I poured some water into it. 

How to draw a plate

Let`s learn how to draw a plate. Of course, you need to draw from nature, for example, we will take such a plate. The plates can be shallower and deeper, but in general these dishes resemble an inverted hat – a depression in the middle and a brim at the edges. We all understand that

How to draw a teacup and saucer from nature

Let’s learn how to draw a still life such as a tea cup on a saucer. For example, I drew this: But, of course, not immediately. First I learned to draw a saucer, then I got bolder and began to draw a teacup and only after that I began to draw them together. Moreover, in