In this lesson I will tell you how to draw a London bus. But first – some facts:
- The first bus was produced in 1801 in London.
- In London you can find double-decker buses. This is what London is famous for.
- You will see the long lines at the bus stops and underground.
- Double-deckers were invented to stuff more living bodies into them in rush-hour.
- So why do we have smaller buses? Perhaps to turn living bodies into half-dead?
But let’s go back to our topic now. I was going to show you how to draw a bus.
How to draw a bus step by step
Step 1. We sketch the frame in the form of parallelepiped in the center of the sheet. It’s great if you remember about “vanishing point” from the lesson about drawing a room. Same here, the upper and the lower lines of the bus will obviously cross somewhere. This way we will get three-dimensional drawing.
Step 2. Now we draw the wheels. We should remember that the objects that are closer to us are bigger, and those more distant seem to be smaller. Then we draw the windows. New lines should be parallel to the main lines either horizontal or vertical.
Step 3. We draw the window sections and the lights.
Step 4. We show the details: mirrors, windscreen wipers, the door, turn signals.
Have a look at the drawing lessons of other vehicles:
specially for ArcMel.com