How to Draw a Boat

Did you know you can draw a boat by using a number ‘8’? I’ll show you how in this easy drawing tutorial. Once you have identified the number ‘8’ and sketched the edges of the boat the basic shape is achieved. I’ll take you through how to draw the planks that make up the boat and how to add the shading to make the boat look three dimensional. Creating and drawing the reflection of the boat in the water is covered. This art tutorial is aimed at beginners and those who want to improve their drawing skills.

Ever wondered how you could draw a simple book? Have a look at my easy drawing tutorial, How to Draw a Simple Book for all the details.

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Music for the drawing part of this video is:-
Autumn Day by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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