How to Draw a Wheelchair in 3D

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Wheelchairs are made up of a lot of square shapes and a lot of rectangular shapes. Learn how to draw a wheelchair in 3D with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Daisy. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a wheelchair in 3D. So this is a lot of square shapes and rectangular shapes. So we're going to draw the rectangle here and just draw this side of the wheelchair first, the armrest, follow this line all the way up kind of at a slight angle and this creates the seat and just follow all the way around. But these armrests are kind of see through and these are all covered in. The 3D part of it is just more about keeping everything in perspective, looking at these angles and following all of the angles through. I'm going to draw the wheel which is just almost a proper circle but because it's in perspective, it's a little bit squished on this side, the spokes behind the circle holding it together and there's a lot of little bits and details in wheelchairs so you want to keep these angles to make sure we know where everything sits. We've got rectangles and just keep these nice simple lines for the footrests and then we're got another wheel coming in here. I'm going to keep it really simple because there's so much detail in these, keep the same angles and fill in the wheel behind like so, make it a little smaller. I'm just going to fill these two wheels in and there we go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw a wheelchair in 3D.


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