How to Draw an Ice Block

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The general shape of an ice block is that of a square. Draw an ice block with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Jessica and I'm an artist and today we're going to draw an ice block. So for our ice block the first thing we want to do is draw the front piece and use kind of the squiggly line to show that it's this piece of kind of melting ice. Okay and next we're going to make it kind of go into the distance like so and we're going to do this on all the sides and then we're going to connect them to show that it's a block. So basically there we go. Now depending on the angle that you're looking at, this is like a direct angle then we can go in and put some sort of shading and pieces of the ice just like kind of melting off and what have you. It's kind of pools of water, maybe some drips coming off the top. Maybe there's even like little pieces just totally flying off of it melting. Another thing that you can do is do it from another angle and that will show. Just remember to keep everything nice and melty, keep those lines very watery then when you connect them together it will definitely resemble a melting block of ice. And that's how you draw an ice block.


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