With my step-by-step drawing lesson on how to draw an easy castle, you can depict this beautiful building in just nine simple steps.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw an easy castle. Surely you know that the castle is an ancient building that combines residential and defensive functions. Many ancient castles have survived to our days and they are considered historic and cultural monuments.
I think you have many times seen different castles in cartoons, movies, books or television programs. These beautiful buildings usually have high strong walls.
So in this tutorial, you will first draw the outside outline of the castle, then add elements inside it and color your finished drawing. Prepare the materials you need to draw to start this lesson.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw an Easy Castle
- Picture the bottom of the castle.
You should draw three straight lines, placing one of them horizontally and two slightly oblique.
- Add the tops of the walls.
On the right and left sides add identical figures, using straight horizontal and vertical lines.
- Draw the wall outline in the center.
Between the two previously drawn figures add a few straight horizontal and vertical lines.
- Add the roof in the middle of the castle.
Above the previously drawn straight lines draw a triangle.
- Depict the door.
To draw this detail, you have to draw an arch and a straight vertical line in the middle of it.
- Add the windows.
Draw one window as a rectangle, and the second window with an arch and a straight line.
- Draw two more windows.
On the towers on the right and left sides, draw the same windows using arches and straight lines.
- Add the decorative elements.
On the windows and the door add lines and draw a flag at the top of the castle’s central tower.
- Color the drawing.
Use gray, blue, yellow, red, and brown to color the castle you drew.
You can draw this castle as a separate drawing or as an addition to any landscape. Traditionally, I offer you to download a PDF file in which you can see a short version of this lesson and additional useful materials. It will help you not to lose this lesson and return to it whenever it is convenient for you.
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