How to Draw a Lawn Mower
This drawing tutorial from Drawingforall.net will show you how to draw a lawn mower in five simple steps. There are many different types of lawn mowers, and we couldn’t show how to draw each one.
We will begin by sketching a simple flat rectangle, which will serve as the foundation for our future lawn mower image. No matter how complex the subject is, we can begin by sketching it using the simplest geometric shapes.
With the help of three elementary lines, we depict the motor and the long characteristic handle, as well as big wheels at the back of the geometric figure, small wheels in front of the rectangle, a circle in front of them, and a line for each wheel at the back.
Remember that the first stages should be done with the lightest, almost transparent lines possible.
Make your drawing cleaner and neater with an eraser, and gently circle those details that you created on paper earlier with clear and beautiful lines. Finish your base sketch of the mower, and now turn it into a final drawing to add some extra detail.
You can apply shadows to the drawing in two ways: with standard hatching or with feathering. In the first case, the shadows will be clearer and more technical; in the second case, you will achieve greater realism and softness of the image.
How do you draw a car?
- Draw two wheels.
- Add inside circles and a line.
- Draw front and back bumpers.
- Draw the car body.
- Add front and back windows.
- Draw two side windows and lights.
- Add bumpers around the wheels.
How do you draw grass with paint?
Using directional brushwork that matches the form and movement of the grass is a simple but effective technique. For example, if the grass is pointing upwards, use upwards brushwork; if there is a strong wind blowing the grass to the left, work your brush to the left in the same way.
How do you start a flooded lawn mower?
What to Do If Your Lawnmower Is Flooded
- Remove the spark plug wire and unscrew the spark plug with a spark plug wrench.
- While the plug is out, crank the engine a few times to draw air through the carburetor and dry it out.
- Replace the plug, turn off the choke, and crank the engine again.