How to Draw a Key and Lock
Locks are mechanical devices that secure doors and can only be opened with a key or secret code once installed. Our drawing tutorial depicts a padlock, a common type, and an old-fashioned skeleton key.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Key and Lock
Draw a key and lock drawing. Outline the keyhole shape, which is a narrow triangle with a circle at its tip, similar to the shape of a chess pawn. Make it appear three-dimensional by drawing lines along two sides of it, then connecting these lines to the outline at the corners.
How do you draw a lock with a key?
Drawing a Key and Lock: Step-by-Step Instructions
- Begin by drawing an “L” shaped line.
- Draw straight lines to enclose a parallelogram at the top of the lock.
- Draw three small ovals on the lock’s face, one in each of the upper corners and one at the base.
How do I unlock a CAD file?
You can unlock the file if you need to select or move it. Click an empty space on the diagram to deselect anything that is already selected. Right-click, then select CAD Drawing Object > Properties. Deselect the Lock size and position and Lock against deletion checkboxes.
What is a lock verb?
If you close the door, it will automatically lock. lock verb (FASTEN) to fasten something with a key, or to be fastened with a key:
How do you lock drawing mode in Powerpoint?
After selecting Insert > Shapes, right-click on the shape you want to create multiple times and select Lock Drawing Mode, then click or click and drag to create the shape as many times as you want before pressing [Esc].