To draw a realistic-looking dog, procure a photograph of a dog to use as a guide. Lightly sketch a vertical line to indicate the center of the dog's face. Add shorter, horizontal lines to mark places for the eyes, nose, ... More »

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To draw a realistic eye, draw the basic shape, then draw the eyelids, pupil, iris details, eyelashes and lighting against the eye. You need a pencil and sketchpad. More »

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Drawing realistic leaves and trees is accomplished in three general steps, which begins with outlining general shapes and structures, then creating depth using light and dark tones, and finishing with creating dark shado... More »

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Draw a flame by starting with a simple circle as a guide. Next, draw the flame lines coming out from around the edge of the circle, then sketch the base of the flame, add floating embers and erase your guidelines. Depend... More »

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The first step in drawing an AK-47 is to draw a slanted horizontal line that acts as a base guide for the AK 47 image. It is imperative to have a clear picture of an AK-47 in mind. Knowing each part by name is also cruci... More »

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To draw Freddy Fazbear, begin with a rough sketch to serve as a guide for your drawing, then work out from the sketch, slowly adding more details until the picture is complete. When the picture is finished, erase the gui... More »

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Begin drawing a dog by drawing two curved lines for the top and bottom of his muzzle. Draw a circle around those lines to form the rest of his head. Add two circles above the muzzle for eyes, an upside-down triangle for ... More »

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