Need to draw a crushed aluminium can? You should check out this art tutorial. I’ll show you how to identify the crush points, the sharp edges and the soft edges. I’ll teach you how to draw and shade the sharp and soft edges to make the aluminium can look 3D. I’ll explain how to get rid of the outlines of the can and create edges which will make your crushed can look much more real. The video is indented for beginners, children and anyone wanting to improve their drawing techniques.
Ever thought how you might draw a big juicy burger? Have a look at my easy drawing tutorial on How to Draw a Burger
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