How to Draw a Chariot

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A chariot is a type of vehicle commonly used in races during past centuries. Draw a chariot with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey, what's up? I'm Chris, and today we're going to be learning how to draw a chariot. So, let's hurry up and get to the races. Now, the first thing we're going to do is we're going to draw a line going at an angle up like this. Then we're going to bring it back down, out to there. Then we're going to have a piece coming out, and it's going to curve like that. We're going to put that line and bring it back, and bring it in to where we are. Now, with this part we're going to come down to that way. Come down evenly to match that. And then we'll bring this piece around, give it a little decoration, and then we're going to commence to bring this line across to meet that. There we go, and there. Now, what we're going to do, is we are going to put a circle here, thicker circle with a thicker marker. And we're going to fill that in. And then we're going to bring the circle around and we're going to bring this around to close it off, making it a complete circle. Then we're going to do the same inside. We're going to put a little loop. And now we're going to bring the spokes out for the chariot, which are just two lines connecting and we're going to go all the way down. Now, we're going to add some trimming because back when they had chariots, they did decorations and such. So, we'll just put some lines here. We'll go all the way down like that. They're like 6s if you wanted to say. Then we'll bring this across, this line across here. We'll clip this piece here, draw a little line under. This is the part that hooks on to the horse, where the horse hooks up. Add a little more trimming here, some more decoration, and there you have it. I am Chris and this is how you draw a chariot.

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