How to Draw a Boat Harbor

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A harbor is a place where you'll commonly find multiple boats all parked in a row. Learn how to draw a boat harbor with help from an artist who teaches art to children and adults in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Rosalie and I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a boat harbor. So I'm going to draw in the water first. A boat harbor is just where you park your boat or pull it in to get to shore and I'm just drawing in a bunch of water. You could put maybe some you know, land in the background maybe just some distant hills or mountains, just to give it some background and a harbor generally is surrounded by land like on three sides or so. So in the foreground I'm going to put a dock, that's too big, coming out this way and just have some boards, just some supports for the pier or dock coming out and just put more water under it and then you put in the boats and you just draw in a bunch of boat shapes and sails, just right over, put them at different angles and use different colors. You make a different variety of boats with different sails. There is a boat and this is just a bunch of sailboats. This one has two sails and you could even do more on the horizon, different kinds of sails and you just fill it in. That could be like something with square sails maybe and it's just a lot of masts and sails and a bunch of boats just parked there and that is how I draw a boat harbor.


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