In this lesson, I want to show you how to draw a bridge. This guide will be very helpful and easy to follow for you.
This lesson I want to devote to drawing a road structure, and now you will learn how to draw a bridge step by step.
The bridge is the oldest engineering invention of mankind. Bridges are erected over some kind of obstacle, for example, across a body of water, a ravine, or a railway track. Bridges come in different shapes, sizes, and design features.
With the help of simple instructions you will draw a bridge which has a semicircular shape, there is a railing at the top of the bridge. This is the easiest way, thanks to which you will quickly draw a bridge and get a good result.
You can use the acquired skills in your next drawings when you want to depict any area. For example, you could depict a bridge over a river or a cityscape that would include a bridge.
To successfully complete the lesson, you will need your ability to draw smooth curved lines. Try to depict the bridge in such a way that both sides are symmetrical. Take your time and carefully follow all the lines.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Bridge
- Draw the railing.
Depict two parallel curved lines.
- Add the top outline.
A little lower, draw another smooth curved line, located in parallel.
- Depict the bottom outline.
Sketch out a semicircular line at the bottom.
- Draw the sides of the bridge.
On the sides, add even straight lines to get closed contours.
- Sketch out the rungs on the railing.
Sequentially draw vertical lines between the railing and the main part of the bridge.
- Color the drawing.
You will need different shades of brown and beige.
The bridge is ready! Now you are convinced that drawing a bridge is not difficult at all. Share your impressions. I look forward to your comments and ideas for new drawings. As usual, at the end of the lesson, I offer you to download a free PDF file, in which you will find free instructions and additional training materials necessary for effective completion of the lesson. Save this file and use it whenever you want.