I am pleased to offer you an exciting new drawing lesson in which you can learn how to draw a chimney. I am sure you will find this lesson interesting and useful.
In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw a chimney step by step. I am sure that you have seen the chimney many times because this element is in most houses. A chimney is a tube or passage that takes a smoke from a fire up through a building and out through the roof. We are also used to calling the chimney the part of the chimney, often made of bricks, that we can see on a roof.
By knowing how to draw a chimney, you will be able to add this detail when drawing different houses, to make your drawings more beautiful and realistic. In this lesson you will first draw the outline of the chimney, then add decorative elements and color the drawing.
Now I suggest you prepare the materials you need to draw and start drawing the chimney.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Chimney
- Draw the top of the chimney.
To start drawing the chimney, draw a rectangle using straight horizontal and vertical lines.
- Add the sides of the chimney.
Below the previously drawn rectangle add two straight parallel vertical lines of different sizes.
- Start drawing the outline of the bricks on the chimney.
Between the two previously drawn straight vertical lines add five same straight horizontal lines.
- Complete the outline of the bricks.
Add many of the same straight vertical lines between the previously drawn lines.
- Outline the snow on top of the chimney.
To make the chimney look snowy add a curved line on top of it.
- Add snow to the bottom of the chimney.
To do this step, draw a big curved wavy line at the bottom of the chimney.
- Add the outline of the roof.
Connect the edges of the previously drawn curved wavy line with a straight line.
- Erase unnecessary lines.
Use an eraser to remove auxiliary lines that appeared during the drawing process.
- Color the drawing.
To color this drawing, use shades of brown and light blue.
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