Drawing and crafts

Drawing Tutorials

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

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

How to draw a spoon from nature for kids

Let`s learn how to draw a spoon. Typically, a spoon looks like this: a small oval ladle on a rather long, slightly curved handle. We’ll start by sketching out the length of the spoon and the width of the scoop, and outline the general outline. Next, let’s clarify the shape of the scoop – it