In this drawing lesson I will show you how to draw a ship step by step. I’m sure this tutorial will help you improve your skills as an artist and will be useful for creating other drawings too.
In this lesson, I want to tell you and show you how to draw a ship step by step. Using these instructions, you can draw a large and beautiful ship quickly and easily. I think you’ve ever seen ships in real life.
A ship is a large watercraft that travels the world’s oceans and other sufficiently deep waterways, carrying goods or passengers, or in support of specialized missions, such as defense, research, and fishing. I am also sure that you have seen ships in various films, TV shows, cartoons or books.
So now you can start drawing the ship.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Ship Step by Step
- Draw the main part of the ship.
Use straight horizontal and oblique lines to draw this detail.
- Start drawing the top of the ship.
Above the previously drawn detail, draw two obliques and one horizontal straight line.
- Add another upper level of the ship.
Depict the figure that looks like a trapezoid without a lower base.
- Draw the ship’s chimney.
You can also draw this detail as a rectangular trapezoid without a lower base.
- Add the windows.
Draw six identical circles at the bottom of the ship.
- Add another layer of windows.
In the middle of the ship, draw two horizontal straight lines and many short vertical lines.
- Add the decorative elements.
Draw straight horizontal lines on the chimney and on the front of the ship.
- Outline the windows on top of the ship.
You can depict it with two horizontal lines and some vertical straight lines.
- Color the drawing.
Use shades of grey and shades of blue to color the ship.
This concludes this lesson on how to draw a ship. I’d be glad to see your feedback on this lesson in the comments. If you enjoyed this ship drawing lesson then you can share it with your friends. I also recommend you download the PDF file that I have prepared for your convenience so that you can view a short version of this lesson even without an internet connection.