How to Draw a Flipped Open Cell Phone Step by Step

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Drawing a flipped open cell phone requires a specific, step-by-step process. Draw a flipped open cell phone step-by-step with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Daisy. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a flipped open cell phone step by step. So you're going to start with the outline of the actual cell phone and it's kind of like a rectangle with rounded corners at the top. I'm going to draw a line at the bottom here that comes out a little bit past the outline of the rectangle like so and I'm going to draw another one, a long rectangle that rounds off around here. Now these two are about the same size because then when they flip together, they fit. If you want to make it a little bit more 3D you can just draw a line down here that goes to the edge of this line, maybe put a circle here because that's the flip mechanism, same with this side and join them up like so. So that's the basic outline. I'm going to draw the screen on the top of this one and you can make the screen as big or as small as you want. I'm going to make mine a long rectangle that comes all the way down here and then up here I'm going to draw a little oval with three dots and that's going to be the speaker that is up against your ear when you're talking on the cell phone. And down here we need the keys so there are a lot of different designs. So I'm just going to draw a really simple one for the numbers and then write the numbers in. And the last but not least we just need a little aerial at the top, just a little colored in square and let's color in that screen. And you can put any picture or any text that you want on there. And there you go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw a flipped open cell phone step by step.

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