How to Draw an Amish Carriage

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You can start drawing an Amish carriage by drawing a rectangle. Learn how to draw an Amish carriage with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Al Krakosky and I'm an artist. Today, I'm going to show you how to draw an Amish carriage. You're going to draw a rectangle first. A line down a longer line across on top, a parallel line down on this side an a line across on the bottom to get our rectangle. Next, we're going to draw a line across on top here to make a thinner rectangle on top. Shade that in a little bit. And over here, we're going to draw a line down and a line across right here to make the door. You can shade this in a little bit. And this'll be a window up here so we'll draw some reflection lines. I'm going to go a little bit lower and draw a rectangle underneath. And then we're going to draw a small circle right here, and one right here. These are where the wheels are going to be. So, around these, draw a larger circle, keeping this dot in the center as best you can. The same thing on this side, a circle surrounding the smaller circle, and then go around the wheel and draw the spokes connecting to the center circle. Same thing over here. And you'd see the back wheels a little bit as well. So, we'll draw a little portion of that, back there and a little bit of this one over here. In the front there's this metal piece curving up and connected to it are two other pieces that normally would connect to a horse. Bit for this, they're going to hit the ground. There's no horse there yet. And that is it. That is how you draw an Amish carriage. If you're using pens you can go back and add some better detail, but this is the gist of it. And you can add a horse if you'd like. And that's it. That is how you draw an Amish carriage. Thank you for watching and keep on drawing.


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