How to Draw Traffic Lanes

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Drawing traffic lanes on a road is a great way to experiment with an image that involves the horizon. Draw traffic lanes with help from an artist who teaches art to children and adults in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Patricia. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw traffic lanes. So when you are drawing your traffic lanes remember to have the horizon line and then the vanishing point which I'm going to make right about here and so as the lanes get closer to you they are going to go further apart because they are getting bigger so you know what, I'm even going to do it like this. Depending on where it is, I mean you can just have it go to a point in itself here. Pretend this is a hill so you still can see it fairly well. And so right here I'm going to make this and notice how you know what, I don't like how I'm, there we go. Now notice how this line is getting further away from this one as it gets closer to the viewer. This point would be closest to give the illusion that the lanes are moving towards you. So see that, and then you can make these lines, you know these lines a little bit thicker and let's correct this, that's the point. Alright, so here are your traffic lanes. Enjoy.


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