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If you want to learn how to draw a bike but don’t have any idea as to where you can start, you can follow the approach I usually take while drawing them. I keep things simple and straightforward. Bikes are very simple in terms of visual design, and there is no need to sophisticate them in any way. So by keeping things simple and the details to a bare minimum, you can draw an amazing picture of a bike.
To draw a bike, start with the base frame and work your way up to the wheels and the bike’s handle. After you are done with the main features, work on the smaller ones, add some details, and you are done with your bike drawing.
Draw a thick double line, somewhat like a walking cane in the left side of the paper.
Draw another thick double line for the crossbar on the left side. Below it, draw another double line that acts as the support frame.
Draw the chain wheel with the lower support rod. Draw a slightly bent rod on top of the wheel, and on top of that rod, we will place our bike seat.
From the chain wheel and the lower end of the seat, draw two rods that meet each other at the back, forming a triangle.
Draw a circular wheel with double outlines in the front.
Use a light pencil to add necessary details to the wheel.
Draw a similar wheel at the back of the cycle.
Work out the details in the back wheel as well.
Use a bold pencil to darken the outline.
On the chain wheel, draw an ‘L’ shaped pedal with a light pencil.
Use a bold pencil to darken the outline on the pedal.
Get creative with the colors and complete the artwork.
Jimena & Iñigo
My husband and I are learning how to draw and paint. We wanted to share this learning process with the world and have fun! That's why we created this blog. We'll have drawing contests every week and you'll decide who won that week! Follow along and learn with us!
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