How to Draw a Skyscraper Step by Step
On this lesson, we’ll show you how to draw skyscrapers step-by-step. You may draw a skyscraper just by looking on the monitor of your PC or laptop. However, it is better to print the lesson so that to get a more detailed instruction for each step. Follow the red line in each instruction. This way you’ll find out exactly where you need to draw on each step. The lines you drew on previous steps are grey. We’ll have pictures for every step. There is also a description on how and what you need to draw.
1. Perspective lines.
How to draw a skyscraper in four steps. 2 Use the rules of a perspective and vanishing dots in order to draw the base of the building.
2. Window frames.
How to draw a skyscraper in four steps. 3 Use the role of the exit point. Draw many lines for the windows. Draw a sidewalk with the help of straight lines and doors in the form of non-complete rectangle.
3 Vertical lines.
How to draw a skyscraper in four steps. 4 Add vertical lines. Draw one more line around the door so that it looks thicker. Draw two dots for the door knobs. Add trees the way it is shown on the picture. Add a wave-like line to show the ground behind the building. Add one more line on the edge of the sidewalk.
4. Darkening. The last step.
How to draw a skyscraper in four steps. 5 make the windows darker the way it is shown on the picture. Add the texture on the trees’ stems with the help of scribbles. Draw straight lines to show the blocks on the sidewalk. Your picture is finished. Even if you drew it not that correctly, it’s just the first time you drew a skyscraper. Keep on training until you’re satisfied with the result.
How to Draw a Brick House Step by Step
1. Perspective lines.
Draw the base of the house using the rules of perspective. Draw a vertical line in the center so that to show where the upper part of the roof will be.
2. Draw the structure.
Draw the windows, door of the garage and the entrance door. Draw a line in the lower part of the garage’s roof and the roof of the house. Add a double line. Draw it from the top of the roof that is located on the end of its side, in the right corner of the house.
3. Windows and doors.
Draw details of the windows and doors the way it is shown on the picture. Add bushes. Draw the road.
4. Brick rows.
Use the rules of perspective and draw the lines that are evenly located on all of the house.
Add short vertical lines all over the house to show bricks. Draw inclined lines on the roof and the garage. Your picture is finished! Even if you drew it not that correctly, it’s just the first time you did it. Keep on training until you’re satisfied with the result.