How to Draw a Wooden Model

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When drawing a wooden model you'll want to pay close attention to the texture of your figures. Draw a wooden model 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 wooden model. Now there are lots of different wooden models out there so I'm going to draw one of the artist people models. So we're going to start with the head which is kind of like a cone sort of shape and there's a lot of ball joints. So we're going to draw a lot of colored in circles and the body is going to be trapezoid and then a circle and now another kind of squished trapezoid that's a little bit more rounded and another one right underneath that. So that's the torso. Then we're going to draw the legs which are two ovals at the top, little colored in circles at the bottom and these two ovals a little bit skinnier and a little more tapered down the bottom. Now the feet are just two triangles that come out facing us. So that's the basic body now we just need the arms, which is another long oval on each side at the top, a little circle for another ball joint, two more tapered ovals quite like the bottom of the legs. Then I just draw squares for the hands. So to make it look more like a model, especially a wooden one, we're going to draw some lines through bits of the sections, kind of make all the lines go the same way so you could draw them up and down. I'm going to draw mine side to side and the arm ones I'm going to draw them up and down. This just gives it more like a wood texture. You can shade some parts in and then last but not least I'm going to draw the stand, so it's just this one line right between the legs and a circle for it to stand on. And there we go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw a wooden model.


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