I invite all beginner artists to a lesson in which I will show you how to draw a bank. This step-by-step guide will be very helpful for you.
Here is a detailed instruction on how to draw a bank step by step. The bank is a large lending institution. Bank employees carry out various operations with funds, mainly attracting and placing money. The bank building can have a different shape, and this lesson presents one of the options.
Here you see a large two-story building with columns, at the top there is a corresponding inscription. The building has a symmetrical facade. Usually the bank building is lined with granite and decorated with sculptural figures. In this tutorial, only tall columns will be used as decoration. In architecture, columns serve as a vertical support for the roof and are also an element of decor.
This lesson will require your attention and accuracy. Try to draw straight lines and observe symmetry. You can use the acquired skills in the future when you want to draw any other building, for example, an educational institution, a museum or any other cultural institution.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Bank
- Draw the roof.
Depict horizontal lines to indicate the lower part, and draw the upper part as a triangle.
- Add the rest of the roof elements.
Using straight lines, draw two narrow rectangles at the bottom and add small side elements.
- Sketch out the columns.
Consistently draw six columns of the same shape as in the example.
- Depict the base of the building.
At the bottom, add two rectangular elements.
- Draw windows on the second floor.
Sketch out five semi-oval windows between the columns.
- Add windows on the ground floor.
Repeat the previous step and add four more of the same windows at the bottom.
- Sketch out the door.
Draw the door in the center of the building using several lines.
- Depict the inscription.
Write large letters at the top of the building.
- Color the drawing.
For coloring, use blue and different shades of brown.
For your convenience, I have prepared a short version of the lesson as a PDF file in advance. Rather, download the file so that the lesson is available to you at any time, regardless of the presence of an Internet connection.
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