Saturday, February 10, 2018

How To Draw Worksheet for A Butterfly Fairy Girl Floating on the Water

This how to draw worksheet of a fairy floating on a leaf in water is a free printable and drawing lesson that will help give the young artist some confidence and direction in drawing a nice fantasy scene. I first drew this as a printable coloring page and I thought it would make an interesting drawing lesson for a young artist. It is a simple project and ideal for the young artist or for extra drawing practice.

Parents and teachers and Homeschool families will find many ways to use this project.
  • You can use it in class.
  • You can use it to help you draw an illustration or a page in a comic book.
  • You can send it home as an extra project.
  • You can use it as a lesson by itself.
  • An art lesson handout.
  • You can use it as an extra activity to fill in the time.
  • Print a few like this and take them as a vacation activity for the kids.
FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT:
Learning to draw takes practice so do not give up if your project does not turn out the way you had hoped it would. Your frustration is a good sign and shows that you have talent and know how you want your picture to look like. You only need to get your skill up to the level of your talent. So draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back to my blog often and try some of my other projects.

To print the How To Draw Worksheet for A Butterfly Fairy Girl Floating on the Water below just highlight it and save it, then open a word doc, and past the image, then it should print. I didn't leave enough margins so you may need to choose the edge to edge printing if your printer offers that or adjust the margins on the word toolbar. If you have problems printing see the how to print tab above for some suggestions or try one of the updated links below.

How to draw a butterfly fairy floating on a leaf worksheet and lesson. 

To see the larger version of this project as a coloring page for kids CLICK HERE.

You might also like to try the How to Draw a Butterfly Fairy Kneeling. CLICK HERE.

Here are two links that have been modified to print better.

CLICK HERE for a file in photo ,JPEG, format.
CLICK HERE for a file in portable universal format. PDF.

PRINTABLE NOTES.

BEGINNINGS
Start by drawing lightly so you can erase later. Begin by drawing a stick figure just to get the pose and size right. The head is tilted back since she is looking up at the flower umbrella. Make the head like an oval for now.
Use three guidelines to help draw the face. One for the eyes halfway across the head. The nose is halfway from the eyes to the chin, The mouth is halfway from the nose to the chin.
Draw a horizontal line to show where the leaf is floating on the water.

OUTLINE THE WINGS.
Outline the wings. The wings have two shapes. The top wing is like a triangle with a bent edge. The bottom wing is like a long letter "U."

DEVELOPING THE FIGURE
Draw around the stick figure to make the body shape. The legs and arms are thin. The knees are a few straight lines. The hand is at an angle and almost square.

CLOTHING
The clothing could be made out of silk so it has flowing lines. Draw the clothing around the figure, then erase the stick figure lines. The sleeve hangs down and curves back. The legs are covered by a skirt, the lines follow the legs on the left side and drape backward on the right side since it is floating in the water.

FACE
Keep the face simple. The forehead dips in at the eyes. The nose is like a triangle. The top lip is like a backward-facing letter "J" laying down. The bottom lip is like the letter "C". Draw the hair with long sweeping lines going over the wings.

DETAIL THE WINGS
Use ovals and circles to add detail to the wings. The circles can go around the edge. Draw the back edge of the wings with a back and forth pattern. Remember to leave the hair.

THE LEAF
The leaf is a straight line at the bottom where it floats in the water and the sides are just some curved lines that meet at points pointing up. The back of the leaf has the stem going up like the back of a chair for her to rest against.

Use curved lines for the ripples in the water.
Add shading.
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Sunday, February 4, 2018

How To Draw A Village on a Distant Hill Printable Worksheet

How To Draw A Village on a Distant Hill is a free printable worksheet and drawing lesson that will help give the young artist some confidence and direction in drawing a rural scene. I first drew this village as a part of a comic book I am helping to write and illustrate. I thought it would make an interesting drawing project for a young artist. It is a simple project and ideal for the young artist or for extra drawing practice.

Parents and teachers and Homeschool families will find many ways to use this project.
  • You can use it in class.
  • You can use it to help you draw an illustration or a page in a comic book.
  • You can send it home as an extra project.
  • You can use it as a lesson by itself.
  • An art lesson handout.
  • You can use it as an extra activity to fill in the time.
  • Print a few like this and take them as a vacation activity for the kids.
FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT:
Learning to draw takes practice so if your project does not turn out the way you had hoped it would do not give up. Your frustration is a good sign that you have talent and know how you want your picture to look like. You only need to get your skill up to the level of your talent. So draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back to my blog often and try some of my other projects.

To print the How To Draw A Village on a Distant Hill Worksheet below just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems printing see the how to print tab above for some suggestions or try one of the updated links below.

How to draw a village worksheet

You might also like the How To Draw A Bell Tower worksheet. CLICK HERE.

Here are two links that have been formatted to print better.

CLICK HERE for a file in photo format.
CLICK HERE for a file in PDF format.

YOU MAY PRINT THE PROJECT NOTES BELOW.

BEGINNING
Use a few lines draw a very simple landscape. Here we are drawing meadows and a hill for the village. The hills in the distance are closer together and the hills in the foreground are farther apart.
Be sure to have one big hill for the village.
Make the road that leads to the village with a few zigzags or curves- a straight road is boring.

Old villages had a stone wall around them like a fort for protection. Use a few lines to draw the village wall like a rectangle coming up from the lower hills. Add towers to the village walls.

HOUSES
Some houses are outside the wall but be careful to make sure they are smaller than the wall and be sure to leave the wall showing above those houses.

Use straight lines to make squares and rectangles and parallelograms to create houses. Draw the houses from the corner and not the full side view it is more interesting.

The houses closest to you are the lowest ones. Start with the lowest houses first like an uneven row. Then draw the next row above so they are behind the second row. The higher up the hill the less of the side of the houses you see and more of the roofs are visible. Keep adding more rows until you cover the hill. Have some houses facing one way and some facing another.

Develop the landscape with trees and bushes on the ridges of the hills. Use bushes or stone walls or fences beside the road that leads to the village. The bushes in the foreground will be darker and with more detail. The bushes in the distance will be lighter and drawn simply.

Add towers to the village walls.

When you think you have put in all the houses you can then look at it again and see if you can put in some more. This is the hard work and takes patience but it will look good if you do.

Use dots and dashes to make rows for the crops in the fields. Make the rows go in different directions from one field to the next.

Thank you for visiting my blog.  I hope this project is fun and helpful for you.  To find more like it use the searchbox or choose one of the favorites in the sidebar.  I am sure you will find one you like.


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(c) Adron 3/4/14

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

How To Draw A Garden Wheelbarrow Full of Flowers Worksheet

How To Draw A Garden Wheelbarrow Full of Flowers is a free printable worksheet that will help give the young artist some confidence and direction in drawing a garden scene. I first drew this as a part of an illustration for my book of poetry and liked it so much I thought I would make it into a project to share. It is a simple project and ideal for the young artist or extra drawing practice.

Parents and teachers and Homeschool families will find many ways to use this project.
  • You can use it in class
  • You can send it home as an extra project.
  • You can use it as a lesson by itself.
  • An art lesson handout.
  • You can use it as an extra activity to fill in the time.
  • Print a few like this and take them as a vacation activity for the kids.
FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT:
Learning to draw takes practice so if your project does not turn out the way you had hoped it would do not give up. Your frustration is a good sign that you have talent and know how you want your picture to look like. You only need to get your skill up to the level of your talent. So draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back to my blog often and try some of my other projects.

To print the How To Draw A Garden Wheelbarrow Full of Flowers Worksheet below just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems printing see the how to print tab above for some suggestions or try one of the updated links below.

How to draw a garden wheelbarrow worksheet and lesson

You might also like how to draw a garden urn worksheet. CLICK HERE.

Here are two links to files that have been updated to look better and print better.

CLICK HERE for a photo formatted JPEG file
CLICK HERE for a file in PDF format, (recommended).

YOU MAY PRINT THE PROJECT NOTES BELOW.

Draw lightly at first so you can erase later on.
Do not worry if you can't draw straight lines this is an old beaten up wheelbarow so straight lines do not matter.

BEGINNING
Draw a line for the ground so that the wheel and the back legs are on the same level.
Draw a simple circle for the wheel. From the center of the wheel to the back draw two lines like a sideways V for the handles.

On top of the sideways V for the handles draw the box for the wheelbarrow.  It is like two rectangles, a long one going back from the wheel to the handles and a smaller one for the front.
The back end curves downward to the handles.

DETAIL
Draw the lines for the side boards.
The back of the handles are rounded and turned downward.
There are two legs at the back for it to stand on, draw them as stright lines going down to the line for the ground but they do not need to go straight.

THE FUN STUFF
Draw circles to design where you want the flowers to be.
Use circles inside cirles for the centers and draw the pettals between the circles.
Don't make them all the same size, make some big some medium and some small.
Make some to have four pettals and some to have many pettals.
Give some big centers and some smaller centers.

Fill the spaces inbetween the flowers with leaves.
Make some leaves big and some small.
Add grass to the ground below it and a few more flowers.


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Saturday, July 15, 2017

How To Draw A Roman Chariot and Rider Worksheet

How To Draw A Roman Chariot with the Rider worksheet.
This free printable worksheet will help give the young artist some confidence and direction in drawing a historical scene. It is a simple project and ideal for the young artist or extra drawing practice.

Parents and teachers and Homeschool families will find many ways to use this project.
  • You can use it in class 
  • An art lesson handout.
  • You can send it home as an extra project.
  • You can use it as a lesson by itself
  • You can use it as an extra activity to fill in the time.
  • Print a few like this and take them as a vacation activity for the kids.
FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT:
Learning to draw takes practice so if your project does not turn out the way you had hoped it would do not give up. Your frustration is a good sign that you have talent and know what you want your picture to look like. You only need to get your skill up to the level of your talent. So draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back to my blog often and try some of my other projects.


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To print the How to Draw a Roman Chariot Worksheet below just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems printing see the how to print tab above for some suggestions or try one of the updated links below.

How To Draw A Roman Chariot Worksheet

If you like this worksheet you might also like the how to draw a Roman Soldier, CLICK HERE.

Here are two files that have been modified to print better on some printers.

CLICK HERE for a file in photo format.
CLICK HERE for a file in PDF.

YOU MAY PRINT THE PROJECT NOTES BELOW.
OVERVIEW
Do not get upset if horses or chariot or solder are not perfect, when animals and men charge into battle things lose their shape since muscles are tense and action changes the perspective a little.

BEGINNINGS
Start by drawing lightly at first so you can erase later.

Use a guideline to keep the wheel and horses hooves on the level with the ground.

Develop the composition with a stick figure to pose the solder and basic shapes to form the chariot and horses. Use basic shapes like rectangles, circles, and squares to design the horses.

 Keep things loose at this point.

Use a triangle for the chariot and circles for the wheel. (You can trace around a coin for a perfect circle.)

DEVELOPING FORM
Draw around the stick figures to give them fullness. Rember the muscles in the arm. Don't try to draw the armor until after the body is right.

Give the horses curves on the body.

DETAILS
After you have developed the design add the details like armor, bridle, a lion's face on the chariot, and weapons.

Use a ruler for the straight lines.

Draw circles for the inside of the wheel and the hub. Draw guidelines all the way through the hub for the spokes so they are evenly spaced.

Keep the face and hands simple.

ENVIRONMENT
Add an environment, like a countryside, battle scene or arena.

SHADING
Use shading technique to give the scene roundness. Put a shadow below the chariot and horses.

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(c) Adron 7/15/2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

How To Draw Beautiful Lips, Worksheet for Young Artist

This printable how to draw worksheet has helpful tips that can take the young artist to the next level of success and confidence. Teachers, parents and homeschool families may print the worksheet for personal and class use.

Parents and teachers and Homeschool families will find many ways to use this project.
  • It can be used in the classroom. 
  • It can be part of an after school drawing club.
  • It can be an art lesson handout.
  • It can be a send it home as an extra project.
  • It can be  a lesson by itself.
  • It can be  an extra activity to fill in the time.
  • It can be taken as a vacation activity for the kids.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Learning to draw is like any other skill- it takes practice, so draw everyday. I have lots of worksheets to choose from. Come back every day to try another one, and if you do the projects in a few weeks you will be surprised at what a good artist you have become. If the picture doesn't turn out the way you had hoped do not give up because the next project will turn out better since you have learned things drawing this one.

To print the worksheet below just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. Some printers work better if you first drag the image to the desktop and print from there. If you have problems see the how to print tab above or try one of the links below for alternate files that may print better.

How To Draw Beautiful Lips Printable Worksheet



Here are two links to updated files that may print better and look better

CLICK HERE for a file in photo format.
CLICK HERE for a file in universal portable format.

PRINTABLE NOTES

GUIDELINES
Start with two guidelines to keep things even. One guideline goes across the mouth and one up and down in the middle.

BEGINING
Draw a small rainbow arch for the bottom of the top lip so the mouth looks a little open.
Draw a small "V" for the middle of the top of the upper lip
Draw a very wide "U" shape for the bottom lip. The bottom lip is bigger.

DEVELOPING THE SHAPE
The top of the bottom lip is not straight; Draw a wide slight "U" in the center of the lower lip top edge. Draw a slight upward curve on both sides.
Draw the sides of the upper lip.

Erase the guidelines and clean up the basic shape.

SHADING
The shading is what gives the lips the fullness and roundness. All the light should come from the upper side. The shadows should be on the opposite and lower sides.

The upper lip is mostly in shadow. The bottom lip has strong shadow below and a little shadow on the top edge. There are light areas in the middle of the lower lip and on the side of the upper lip where the light hits it.

Draw the teeth last. Keep them simple or else they look dirty.

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Thank you for visiting my blog.  I hope this project is fun and helpful for you.  To find more like it see the labels at the right or choose one of the favorites in the sidebar.  I am sure you will find one you like.

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(c) Adron 4/26/17