How to Draw a City
Buildings, rather than people, flowers, or animals, are a fun way to change things up every now and then, and when you add a little make-believe about buildings from another time or place, you’ve got the makings of a fun and creative project.
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Draw the ground line. Start the left buildings. Draw two more buildings. Add roof top details and the clock tower. Draw the windows and chimney of the left building. Draw the windows and chimney of the next building. Draw the window and door of the next building. Draw the window and door for the last building. Finish with top windows and lamp post. Trace with a black tracing pen.
More Fun Buildings to Draw
Draw Dutch Houses, Row Houses, and a Townhouse, as well as a Castle.
How do you draw a simple city for kids?
- Draw the ground line.
- Draw two more buildings.
- Add roof top details and the clock tower.
- Draw the windows and chimney of the left building.
- Draw windows and doors of the next building.
- Draw window in the next building.
- Draw window in the last building.
How do you draw ideas?
Ideas for Drawing: Imagination
- Create an alternate cover for your favorite book or album.
- Illustrate a scene from your favorite song.
- Draw a scene or character from your favorite book.
- Illustrate your favorite fairy-tale.
- Invent your own insects.
How do you win a competition drawing?
The following are, in my opinion, the most important determining factors for being accepted into an art show or exhibition:
- Follow the Competition Rules and Prospectus to the letter.
- Submit Art Only Related to the Event’s Subject or Theme.
- Use the Highest Quality Images Available.
- Enter the Maximum Number of Entries Allowed.
What is still life drawing?
Still life drawings are depictions of non-living objects arranged in a specific way to convey meaning or create a visual effect. Common still life objects include flowers, fruits, vegetables, and other foods and beverages, as well as dead animals (such as wild game and fish).