NYTimes: How to Draw in Six Steps

How to Draw in Six Steps https://nyti.ms/2SIc5Mm

By Katherine

Almost any object can be broken down into shapes: a circle, a square, a rectangle. A mug is two ovals connected by vertical curved lines. The handle is a large half circle with a smaller half circle inside of it.

Horses, for instance, are notoriously hard to draw. “The head of a horse is generally rectangular,” said Tony DiTerlizzi, a best-selling children’s book author and illustrator. The body is an oval, and the legs can be sketched as straight lines. The human face is a sphere, he said, and an antique car is a bunch of boxes.

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