Good day, dear young artists and welcome to this super simple art instruction on how to draw a door for beginners! The whole instruction will consist of straight lines and I tried to make it as simple as possible. We will draw the door from the front view since this is the most simple point of view to depict.
It should be noted that despite the fact that there are different versions of the doors, in general, they are drawn in about the same way. And using this instruction you can draw any kind of door.
First, depict a simple vertically elongated rectangle. What could be simpler than drawing a rectangle?
Draw two vertical lines along the sides of the door. These lines essentially serve only as decorative details on the door.
Now draw some horizontal lines like in our example. As you know, these are also just decorative lines.
Now draw a few more vertical lines between the lines from the previous stages. By the way, you can apply any other combination of lines.
Draw a few horizontal lines on the door that will cross with the lines from the previous step.
Erase the unnecessary lines from the door drawing to make it clearer. Erasing unwanted lines try to save the clarity of the necessary lines.
At the corners of the joints draw short lines. Now we just have to paint our door.
What is your favorite color? Take your favorite crayon, felt-tip pen, or paints and paint this door.
The guide is over, but do not forget that the doors of Howtodrawforkids.com are always open to you. Also, I’m waiting for you in social networks, do not forget to subscribe and share our instructions. Among other things, this instruction will be the very first among drawing guides in one way or another relating to the home and interior. In the future, I will show how to draw windows, various interior objects, and other cool things.
This instruction belongs to the category of the most simple drawing articles. The whole article is essentially composed of simple and straight lines that can be drawn with a ruler. By the way, the same drawing can be made not only on a sheet of paper with a pencil but also on a computer with a photoshop or other drawing application.