How to Draw ANYTHING Using Simple Shapes
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How to Draw ANYTHING Using Simple Shapes

Learn how you can use simple shapes to draw objects, people, animals, or entire scenes!
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This tutorial is an introduction to help you get started and give you the confidence to approach drawing more complex subjects so you can develop your drawing skills and explore your passion further. Learning how to construct the foundation of a drawing helps you see the underlying structures instead of getting lost in the little details. This can speed up your process significantly and over time will help increase your drawing accuracy, thanks to the power of OBSERVATION.

Open your sketchbook and get ready to draw some simple shapes, but don’t be afraid to morph them to your advantage as well.

Whether you’re drawing a very detailed scene or a complex object, this approach can help you plan out your entire drawing in just a few short minutes, so you don’t waste hours on a drawing that, in the end, doesn’t turn out looking quite right.

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– Dollarstore Mechanical Pencil (Studio brand) that comes with 0.5mm 2B Lead

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00:00 – Intro
00:23 – Example #1: Soda Can
01:47 – Example #2: Fly
02:11 – Example #3: Bird
06:05 – Example #4: Person
08:20 – Example #5: Motorcycle (Drawn two different ways)
10:21 – Reference Photos You Can Use

Reference photo credits: Pixabay

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