Do you want to learn how to draw a factory easily? I will show you how to do it in this drawing guide in just nine steps.
So, in this drawing tutorial, I would like to show and tell you how to draw a factory step by step. This lesson will be very helpful to you. If you will learn how to draw a factory, you will be able to use these skills to draw a cityscape or any other image of a factory.
A factory is an industrial site, often a complex consisting of several buildings filled with machinery, where workers manufacture items or operate machines that process each item into another. They are a critical part of modern economic production, with the majority of the world’s goods being created or processed within factories.
To draw a factory with these step-by-step instructions, you need to be able to draw straight lines. I hope you do a great job on this task!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Factory
- Depict the line of the ground.
To do this step, you need to draw just one straight horizontal line at the bottom of the picture.
- Draw the outline of the factory pipe.
Now you have to depict two straight, slightly oblique lines of the same length.
- Add the decorative elements.
Draw two straight horizontal lines parallel to each other on the pipe, and add a rectangle on it.
- Draw one more factory pipe.
This pipe should look like the previous one. depict two straight, oblique lines of the same length.
- Depict the decorative elements.
Outline two straight horizontal lines on the pipe, and add a rectangle on top of it.
- Picture the factory building.
Depict a short horizontal line between the pipes and add straight lines to the right.
- Add one more building and windows.
Picture the windows as rectangles, and draw the building with two straight lines.
- Draw the smoke.
Above the two pipes of the factory depict the smoke with curved and wavy lines.
- Color the drawing.
To color the factory you drew, use beige, different shades of gray, and different shades of purple.
This exciting factory drawing lesson has come to an end. Don’t forget to download the PDF file below, which I prepared especially for you so that you can use the short version of this lesson and other useful additions at any time.
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