Drawing a Sinking Sailboat

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When drawing a sinking sailboat you'll have to draw not only the boat but the water around it. Find out how to draw a sinking sailboat with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Al Krakosky and I'm an artist. Today I'm going to show you how to draw a sinking sailboat. Now you're going to start off with the water and you're going to draw a curvy line and across. This is where the boat is going to be sinking into and later we'll draw more water behind the boat. Next, we'll draw a curved line coming out of the water going up and we're going to make it come down, draw a straight line, go up a little bit and then all the way down. Come across over here a little ways and then follow that same line parallel to the other one and down. We'll connect right there and draw a rectangle in here and color that in and draw a few other lines to add some detail. Draw a border following this line here and then we'll shade this in just a little bit. The next thing we're going to do is draw the mast coming out right here, a long rectangle and at the top of it, two diagonal lines coming out both sides and then we'll draw the rope coming from the mast connecting to the boat. Some of them we're going to go into the water here and last up here we'll draw a railing following that line and then connecting the bars, connecting the boat and the very last thing is we're going to draw the water behind the boat. So there's your sinking sailboat. Thank you for watching and keep on drawing.


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