How to Draw a Sinking Boat

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When drawing a sinking boat you'll also have to draw the water its sinking in. Draw a sinking boat with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, Chris here and today we're going to show you how to draw a sinking boat so basically I'm going to do, I'm going to start off doing a diagonal line going that way, this is going to be the top of the boat and of course it's kind of disappearing into the waves. So you're going to want to only make it a, half as long. Then I'm going to do another diagonal line going down like this so this is the front and then finish it off here so you got two lines kind of going parallel and then one that's kind of going a little bit diagonal up, up and down. I'm going to finish it off with maybe a little bit of a railing here and fill it in like that and then maybe they got a, you got to have the front of the, the piloting station of the boat so maybe a couple of windows here and a window there. Now, this is where the water's going to come in so we don't want to draw everything so you only want to draw kind of part way, maybe there's another railing going over the top and then maybe there's a smoke stack and smoke stacks sometimes have those, those , those red lines, there's red stripes on them. So I might want to use your red marker or your red, red coloring pencil and kind of do your own thing with that, maybe make a little bit of smoke billowing out, and then we got to get a little bit of water in there because the ship is sinking so basically you're going to do some waves and keep them very, very squiggly. I mean unless you want to make the water a little bit calm then you could just do a straight line across, maybe if you want, maybe a seagull is looking down, watching the events take fold and happen, but there you go guys that's basically your sinking ship for you.

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