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Introduction To Easy Geometric Drawings

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6 Lessons (1h 5m)
    • 1. Introduction to geometric drawings

      1:25
    • 2. Geometric hummingbird

      10:26
    • 3. Geometric Human Face

      14:19
    • 4. Geometric Maple Leaf

      12:04
    • 5. Geometric Lion

      13:55
    • 6. Geometric Dog

      12:50
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Explore your imagination and create your own geometric drawings while following the same basic method followed in this class!.

During this class you will be able to learn step by step 5 different geometric drawings with color blending and shading tips. This will enable you to see an everyday object or an animal and make it into a geometric art and create your own masterpiece!

Think of this class as a fun exercise that you can do to build your imagination and skills which can be used to create drawings that you truly can be proud of.

After completing this course you will be able to create unique and wonderful pieces of art that you can decorate your own home with or even sell!

If YOU are a BEGINNER who wants to LEARN how to draw by learning EASY techniques that makes YOUR ART stand out and makes it LOOK PROFESSIONAL.. this is the class for YOU!

Materials needed for this class:

  • Paper¬†
  • Pencil & Eraser
  • Sharpie
  • Color Pencils¬†
  • Ruler (if needed)

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1. Introduction to geometric drawings: Hi, welcome to my geometric drawing class. This course is designed for anyone who wants to get into learning the basics of geometric drawings. And I'm going to make it very easy for you. And after going through all the five ideas with me, you will be able to see geometry in common things, everyday things which will help you design and create your own masterpieces as well. And this will also help you in if you are interested in selling products and or giving it as kiss or decorating your home, meet some of the designs made on chemists and framing them. You can use those, these designs for that as well. And you can even cells, tickers, T-Shirts, hostess, and paintings which I will be showing shortly. And this will enable you to see and draw things that you have never drawn before. And all you need is a pencil and a ruler is needed. Erasers, Sharpie and any color medium we, I will be using color pencils. So without further ado, let's get started on drawing geometric terrains. 2. Geometric hummingbird: In this lesson, you will be learning how to draw a geometry coming bird. So this is going to be a very, very easy drawing for you. So we are going to start off with the head. So before we start, I just want to add that. If you don't want to start off with a Sharpie, if you want to use the pencil and eraser so you can make a mistake, you can correct it, please do so. And you can always go over the pencil lines with a Sharpie leader to make it look more distinct. So we are starting off with the head of the Hummingbird. And I will show you every step of the way. And these shapes are not going to be triangular all the time. Some of them will be, but it will be different shapes. So you will see once you start drawing this, how it builds up and how you can look at anything after drawing these drawings, how to make it look geometric for any common de, object or an animal. So, and now we're going into the beak. So you just have a long B because it's a hummingbird. So keep doing what I'm doing and add in the details as we go. And I will show you a place. Once I draw the whole thing with you. If you make a mistake or if you need more time drawing it and find it easier to just look at a picture and draw it. I will show you a place where you can pause the video and continue to draw it while looking at it without drawing it as I go as well. So now we're going to go into the wings. I will draw a little bit of the upper wing and then I'm going to go into the body. And then I will go back into the same wing and make it longer. Because when you draw the whole thing, you will see if one of the pieces is not proportional to the other. And you can add accordingly all the missing pieces and make it look proportional and the way you like it later on. And you can always add more triangles or less triangles or any shape that you want to make it more detailed. So now we're going into the second wing as well. So I'm adding in larger shapes here just to get the shape of the body. So follow along. So I will also show you how to use colors and color pencils in this drawing and how I use different colors to blend in the colors by you can use any other color that you like and you can always use the colors that are used for other drawings in the same class as well. If you want to, and you are free to use any color medium that you like as well. So for this class, I will be using color pencils, but you can always use watercolors or any other medium as well. It's up to you whatever you want to do. And these drawings look really nice on products as well. So if you are interested in creating products like t-shirts or doing print on demand. Things. These prints and these drawings, geometric drawings are very interesting and makes it really cool to have on products as well. So like I showed you in the introduction, you can always blending colors the way you like it and make it bright or darker to make it look good on products as well. So up to you. So we are almost done with the both wings and now we're going to go into the body section. And I will also show you how the tail is as well. It's very easy to draw and this is a very, very cool looking, very pretty drawing. You will see at the end when I show you the full colored drawing of this. And you can do the same thing or use any other color medium that you like. So if you are using the Sharpie to draw the whole thing without using a penicillin and eraser and, or a ruler as well. If you want to use a ruler to make the line straight. If you're using a Sharpie though, and if you make a mistake, don't worry. Just add in a line and make it a little straighter. And then you can always hide it in with your coloring. No one will know, no one can say because it's just odd shapes. And right now we're just drawing the outline of the whole drawing. So we have the full drawing before we add in too much details. So for this one, I'm just going to keep it simple and add big shapes. And now we're going into the tail. So if you are using just the Sharpie without using any pencil or an eraser. And if you make a mistake, don't worry. When you are coloring, you can always adjust it later so not to worry. So as you see, the tail is very easy. It's just elongated triangles and you can always add more details once you draw the whole thing. So you see in this whole drawing now, the whole body to the side wing looks proportional, but the top wing needs to be a little longer. So we're going to add that detail soon. And then whatever is missing, just added, just looked at it from far and see what is missing and add the details as you go once you have the outline of the whole drawing. It's very easy to draw. You will see right away what's missing. And if you want to add in more details as well. So here I'm using pin point the Sharpie, but you can always use a thicker Sharpie as well. If you want to make the lines, the black lines more thicker, you can do so as well. So here now I'm adding in the second wing, like making it more, longer just to make it proportional to the whole hummingbird. And now we're going to go into coloring. So I'm gonna show you how I colored it. Just a few quick notes. And I just started off with a purple color and I'm going to blend the colors in. And you can always use crayons as well. I mainly used color pencils. So once you have the darker color, you can always keep shading using other colors. And I'm going to show you exactly how to do this as well. See now the purple I'm adding in blue, and I will be adding in a little bit of pink as well. You will see, and then the body will be more turquoise colors. But I'm gonna make it very, very bright as well. And you'll see, I'm going to show you different sections so you know exactly how to color each section for each color that I'm using. So it becomes easier for you and if you like, you can always share your drawing as well so we see how different and how cool your drawing turned out as well. I would love to see those as well, so you can always share it with me and the rest of the class. And so I'm going to keep adding in colors, and these are the colors that I like. So you are free to use whatever color you want to use, and that's the way you shade it though. So I used purples, blue's a little bit of pink. And I'm gonna do that for the whole drawing. And, but I'm going to use different colors for the body. Just the same tone of color, but different colors just to make the drawing look nicer. So you are free to use whatever color you like. And I really hope you like this one. This is a hummingbird and I'll be showing you other animals as well, and maple leaf as well. So I really hope you like this drawing and I find it easy to draw and draw the other things as well so you can make your own masterpieces. And now I'm going to show you how the whole colored drawing looks like. So it all depends on the colors that you choose. So these are the colors that I chose, and you can use other colors like golds and oranges as well if you like. So I hope you'll like it and let's get to the next lesson. 3. Geometric Human Face: In this lesson, you will be learning how to draw a geometric human phase. So we're gonna start off by from the top of the face. So as you can see that I drew a middle line. So the system line that you will be following all the way down to make sure that the whole phase is symmetrical. So what you draw on the left, you draw on the right as well. At least until you go up to the chin and mount the area. Everything has to be symmetrical. So if it's easier here, you can use a ruler and a pencil in an eraser as well. So that if you make a mistake, you can always go back and erase it as well. So I'm just gonna show you how I drew it. I just free handed it. So some of the areas might not look exactly symmetrical, but it will be close. And I will also be showing you how to color these as well. And I will be coloring it with multiple colors, but you can use whatever color you like. I will be using color pencils for these as well. So as you see, the middle line just extends further down as you go down the face. So once you are done with like the forehead area, and then you can add the other details and extend the face as you go down. So follow along with me until you get to the point where the mouth is. And then we'll talk about how to draw that as well. And I'm going to show you how to draw the eyes as well. And as you see here, they're not all triangular shaped, but they are geometric. The whole drawing will be geometric. So the special thing about this one is if you make the lines softer, this can also make it to be a actual human face, like a normal human face. It's just if you just make the lines softer without having rigid lines, it will be symmetrical, nice human face that you can add hair or make the IEEE software to make it look normal like a real human face as well. So now we're into the nose area. So that's where the middle line ends and you add in the nose. So, so far, everything we added, what we add on left. You add on right as well. So keep adding as I'm doing here. I'm going really slowly because this has a tiny bit of more detail. And then the Hummingbird. And it has to look a little more symmetrical than other drawings. So nowhere into the eye area as well. Same thing. What you draw on the left, you draw on the right. So follow the same rule as you do the whole thing. And then we'll go into coloring as well. So once you draw the whole phase, you can always make it more detail by adding other shapes in. And once you have the whole phase, it will be easier for you to add details if you want, just to make it look more geometric and add more detail so you can color smallest spaces and add more colors and make it look more softer, kinda like a mesh. How you would draw like mesh in order to get the shape that you want. So we are now done with the nose and now we are going more into the eyes. So again, make sure to have the same shape of the eye and on both sides. And the shape as well like the same geometric shape for the eye as well. And you see that the middle line here and dead at the nose. And even though we're still drawing symmetry from left to right, the line ends there. And then we have to add more details, symmetrical details in the middle in order to get the full shape of the phase until it reaches the chin. After you have from the forehead to the chain, we will go back to the top and add the year and the sides of the face as well, the cheeks and everything. So now we're drawing the mouth. And then we're going to add a little bit of a chin as well. And then we'll add the years and the cheeks and get the whole shape of the face. So now we're adding the chin area. So once you add this, if you're a little behind, Once you at the very bottom part of the chain before you go to the sides of the face, pause the video right here. Like why? When it's added, I'll tell you exactly when to pause it and then make sure you have all the details that I drew so far. And look at those two dots as well. That's very important. Make sure you draw those dots as well just to get the symmetry right. And then you start once you're up to this point, once you are done drawing all the details that I do so far, then go on to the sides of the face so that it's very easy for you to make sure that the symmetries correct and the shape of the face will be symmetrical as well. And those two dots will come in handy when you're building the phase because you're adding in shapes as you go down. So it can get confusing as you come down when you're building the shape of the face. Because you might come down just like a straight line, then the shape won't be nice, has a human face. So make sure you draw those two dots and then build down from there and make sure you have all the details up to that point already drawn before you come to the sides of the face. Otherwise, it's easier to get the shape and the symmetry wrong. And now we're building it down. As you go down, you're shaping the phase as well and adding more details to make it look a geometric. So I'd along and keep adding the shapes. And you see here how I drew that line all the way to that dot so that I have the shape correctly in place before I add in more details. Because I don't want to distort one side from the other side. And then you can build on it in order to build the face correctly, just like that, and then go down and finish off the shape of the whole fees as well. So keep doing what I'm doing and then I'll show you how to add the ears as well. So you see here when you draw the line where the chin is, it became a flat line. So I added another detail at the bottom as well to make it look more around. So you can do the same. And now you are free to add whatever shape that you like inside the phase. To make it more geometric looking, you can add triangles or rectangles or whatever shape that you want to add. You can add, but it will be nice if you can make it look a little symmetrical on both sides. It's okay if you didn't or like if the shapes look different. But I think if you make it local it unsymmetrical, the whole drawing will look much nicer. But if you don't, don't worry about it, as you can see, mine does not look symmetrical inside. Inside shapes are different from left to right. That's okay because the whole drawing, whole shape is symmetrical. It doesn't show and the ears. So I'm not gonna make the years round. I'm going to make them geometric shape as well. So little boxy looking here. You can do the same. And you can even add elongated triangle too if you like. If you find that easier as well. So now we're just adding in the final touches, just adding in the details to the year. So for these two, you are free to add whatever shape that you want to add for the inside of the years, triangles, rectangles, whatever you like. And now if you use the pencil and an eraser, make sure to go over the whole lines, all of the lines with a Sharpie and to make it thicker and add details if the lines are crooked, make them all straight. And add as many details as you want to all the space. You can add more and more details. You can do the same as me or add more details or less details. And now we're going to, once you're done with adding and making sure all the lines that they can nice. Just add a circle for the eyes. Because if you want, you can make it look a geometric as well like inside the eye. But it's easier if you start off with a circle and then make it rigid if you like, like I'm doing here, see I'm adding mean shapes. Like I believe that's an octagon or pentagon. So you can add a shape like that into a, inside the eye too. So it looks more geometric, lack a diamond. And then like I'm doing here, make the lines thicker. This is the time to do it. You can always do it after coloring to if you want to make certain lines more thicker than the rest. So now we're into coloring. Like I said, I'm going to use a lot of color for this drawing. And I will show you how it all looks at the end. So I'm going to quickly show you a few details of coloring. So I'm gonna start off with browns and then I'm going to use a lot of coloring. So this is how I shaded it with like darker brown and light brown ran the same way with other colors as well. See I'm adding in red as well so you can follow the same color pattern or you can pick one color and do the same thing, whole phase as well, whatever you like. And like I said before, if you want to make it look not geometric and make it look like a real human face. Just soften the features. All these sharp edges make it look softer and rounder and it will look like a real human face. And that's how you will draw a real human face. So see, I'm adding in so many different colors. And I will show you how it looks at the end when everything is colored and done. So in here you clearly see how I'm coloring it. Some of the lines are I'm making it thicker while the other ones and software, so I can add in more color to the software area. So I'm adding in blue and purple in here. And I can blend it easier that way because if I make it thicker right away, then it's harder to see the other colors. So you see that I have blues and purples blended in. You can see in other areas as well that orange triangle, orange and yellow triangle, and all these other colors as well, I blend it. That's how I blend it with their darker color and a lighter color and bright and not so bright color as well. So this is the final colored look of the human face. I really hope you like it and I hope you will share your drawings as well for all of us to see, the whole class to see. So let's get to the next lesson. 4. Geometric Maple Leaf: In this lesson, you will be learning how to draw a geometric maple leaf. So we are going to start off by adding the top of the leaf and then we will be drawing the rest of it as we go down. And so we're gonna draw the frame first, like the outline, and then we're going to add geometry and some other details later on. Once we have the outline. So let's get started. And so now we're done with the very top part. So we'll go to the sides and I will show you how to make it look 3D as well by adding details to the sides of the leaf as well. So in here, once you have the top part, the left and the right leaves tried to make it symmetrical on both sides. And then you're adding in this nickel bottom part as well just to make it look like a leaf. And so try to mimic the left side to the right side. And if it's not exactly the same, that's fine. You don't have to worry about it because you're making it 3D looking. So you're adding a lot of details to this. So you won't really see a lot of difference once you add all the triangles and the shapes that you want to add, like I said before, you can add as many shapes and triangles and other shapes as you want once you have the outline. So now that you have the general shape of the maple leaf and stem to it. And then once you're done with that as well, then you can start adding the details. So I'm gonna start with the stem and I'm going to add triangles there. And I'm going to go to the top of the maple leaf and start adding shapes. Do it. And I will show you how I'm going to make it look 3D as well. And I'm also going to add more details around the maple leaf as well because I want it to look geometric as well as a 3D, glassy looking. I wanted to show you how to make it look like. A little glass pieces are flying away from the maple leaf, the broken pieces. So I will show you how to draw that as well. This is going to be very, very easy. As you see here. Very easy drawings. So follow along and you will be drawing it in no time. And so these shapes make a look already, like it's 3D and it's starting to pop out of the page, like you see here. So keep adding the shapes you can follow the same pattern is I am adding if you like, or you can add your own shapes as well. But make sure that when you're adding triangles from the pointy areas, make sure you elongate the angles and the lines so that it looks 3d and it looks like it's glassy. And how, if you turn a diamond around, how it will look east whacked year or trying to get here. So you feats easier. Follow the same line pattern as I am drawing. If not, draw your own lines. You might even find it ECA if you draw with a pencil in any races so you can always erase it if you feel like yo lines did not make a look 3D and glassy looking, you can always erase it and add the detail that you want in a better way. But I'm sure you are drawing it perfectly well. So once you are added, once you've added all the details and I will show you how to add these little pieces as well in a bit. So once you add all your lines, if you want me the lines thicker by using a thicker sharpie, if you're using a pencil, you use a Sharpie on top of the pencil lines to make it really thick and black so that it pops out when you color area as well. So for these as well, I'm using color pencils, and you can also use watercolor pencils as well if you want to make a really look like glass. So this detail that I'm adding makes it look more 3D. So if you want to do this as well, if you want to make it look more 3D, just add these little details around the triangular corners so that it looks like it's coming out of the page and it makes it look more 3D, geometric looking. So all around. Just add these Sally to details. It makes a big difference when you collaborate as well, and the choice of colours as well. You can use darker colors around and lighter colors in the middle just to make it look like it's shining as well. And I will show you how I colored it in a bit. And so now I'm adding in the littered glasses that are broken off. And so these are going to be like liquid prisms. So like a square and a triangle. That's pretty much it. And you can add as many as you like and, and bigger and smaller pieces as you like as well. And you can use the same number of little triangles as I am or add more if you like. And maybe if you want to make it really look like it's breaking off, off the big maple leaf. Add some closer to the leaf planet, some to the fire. So it makes it look like it's spread it out everywhere. So now that you know how to draw a maple leaf, you can even draw any other type of leaf or any other object and try to look at it in a 3D perspective, then you will start seeing the details that you need to add to make it pop out of the page. So that you can add the geometric shapes and draw whatever you see into a geometric drawing. So year now I'm more details all around just triangles and a square of different sizes as you can see and feel. Notice the stem. When I added that little line to make it 3D on this side, immediately it looks like it's turned to the side, the whole maple leaf stem. So that's the difference in adding details to make it look 3D. So make sure to add those as well. And these Lego 3D details makes a huge difference when you collaborate and renew add color correctly as well. So keep adding these little triangles and make it look like a prism so that it looks 3D as well. And for this one, I don't recommend you adding in more details later on for the prisms. But if you want to make your maple leaf More like a lethal triangle mesh, you are welcome to do that. If you want to add more details to these whitespaces. But for the prisms, if you add more details, it might look not as geometric cloaking. So be careful with that. And you see me adding lines that's to make it look like it's 3D. So make sure to add those nines as well. And I will show you how I colored the whole thing as well. So you get an idea of how to add color to make it pop out of the page. So now we're done with the drawing part. Now we're gonna go into coloring. So I'm gonna start off beat that darker shade of green here and around the corners I am going to make a really dark and as I go to the middle, I'm going to make a lighter and lighter so that it looks glassy like a glass and more like something like a diamond effect. So you can do the same or you can just color it Matt colours as well if you like. But I just wanted to show you how to make a glassy so it pops out more. So I'm going over the darker with the lighter green now. So you will see how I am adding in color at different. And you can always follow the same color pattern. And at the end as well, when you see the whole drawing, you can see a policy there and use the same color pattern as you like. And I would love to see your drawings as well. Please post them down below so the whole class can see, I know you guys are so talented and you can do so my beautiful drawings. So I would love to see those and the colors that you used as well and the medium that you're using as well. If you're using colored pencils and different colors, that would be lovely as well. I would love to see that as well. So I'm adding in blue now to all the triangles as well. And I'm going to add more color to it as we go. And I will show you how it all looks in a short while. So this is the full colored look, but for a better look, I'm just adding in a frame to the whole drawing. So it looks nicer. You can do the same or you can just color in the maple leaf as well. You can see there that I have colored the drawing lighter colors in the middle and the prisms coming out darker and lighter or darker in the pointy area and lighter as you go to this square part. And now that we added the frame, I'm going to show you how the final colored look of the maple leaf looks. I hope you really like it. I would love to see how you do and color DO maple leaf as well. I hope you share your drawings with me so I can see as well. And let's go to the next lesson. 5. Geometric Lion: In this lesson, you will be learning how to draw a geometric gliadin head. This is going to be aligned head to the side and it's going to be very, very easy for you. So we're gonna start off with the nose and build our lion head from there. So let's get started and I will show you every step of the way as well as how to color it as well. And I'm going to show you exactly how I colored it. So if you want to use the same color pattern, you can do so. And so we're going to start off by, like I said, with the nose and build our way through the whole lion. And then I'll show you where to add the eye as well, and I'll show you where how to make it distinctive so you won't be coloring the AIA and the nose tip. So we'll color it black right away before we go into coloring so that we know exactly where they are located. Otherwise, when you go into coloring, you will not know and you just color that as well. So we'll get into all that. So let's get started. So like you see here and you saw in the other drawings, the shapes are not triangles. And that shape that I just drew, make sure to draw that because that is the eye of the lion. And now we're going to go into the forehead area. And then I will focus when we go to the back of the head, I will focus more on getting the shape at first and then we will go directly into adding shapes to the middle of the lion head as well. So now we're going into the top of the head and building our way through it. So if you want to get a larger piece of paper or like draw it on a canvas, you can do so this is going to be a beautiful drawing. You can make t-shirts out of this. You can make lots of products out of this as well as doing it on a canvas and hang it on a wall. This is going to be very, very pretty, and especially the colors. I'm gonna show you exactly how I colored it by. You're welcome to use whatever color you like. I only used color pencils for these. It was just shading. That's how I got the bright colors. I will show you how I got those as well. So you can draw it the same way. So I hope you are at the same point as I am. And now I hope you can see the nose and I coming out for, for the lion shaped that you do. And keep adding in shapes in order to get the whole drawing correctly. And if you follow along, you will get a nice shape as well. And you can always add more shapes to this lion. And later on when you're done with the whole line head and when you're happy with the overall shape of it, you can add more details to it if you like. And the colouring, whatever color you like. So now we're going to the bottom part of the phase. Be careful here. When you're going into the mouth area, just drawing the exact same way. Otherwise it will look boxy because you need to get that melt correctly. Otherwise you won't see the shape properly. So make sure you draw exactly like what I'm drawing. So you get this nice thesis because it is to decide and if it's because it's not symmetric or you need to make sure that you draw all the shapes correctly in order to get this phase properly drawn. And if you make a mistake, don't worry, because you can always correct it through coloring as well. And if you think this is hard and if you find it more challenging than the ones that you do before, make sure to use the pencil and eraser and even a ruler if you want. And go over the lines. And you can always drawn on top of the pencil lines with a Sharpie later on if you prefer that and find that easier to do. So now we're going to the top part. So you see here I'm adding new larger shapes because I can always make it smaller by adding more shapes later on. But adding in larger shapes allows me to get the proper dimensions for the whole head because compared to the eye and the nose, the back of the head, it's alliance, so it has all these hair. So you have to get that proportion right. So that's why I'm adding in larger shapes. Please do that the same way so that you get the same proportions. Like I said before, even if you make a mistake, you can always add on to it. If you think your shape was smaller and you want to make a longer, just add a line and then making longer because It's like adding little shape inside a larger shape, then you just doing it the other way round. So you see here I'm adding in the outline now, but I am adding in shape so that outlines becomes visible and then we can add shapes to the middle part of the face. Later. Once we have the whole outline and whole proportions correctly drawn, we can add other details. So I hope you can start to see the dimensions now. And I hope we're starting to see the line phase as well. So when you look at objects from what you've learned so far, I hope you can see the geometry in them and how to add shapes in order to make it geometric. And also from the previous lesson of the maple leaf, I hope you understand adding a little triangle along the sides makes it look more 3D looking as well. So you can do all these little tricks when you're drawing your own drawings as well later on, and I will show you more ideas as well, and I would love to see your drawings as well. Please share them with me so I can see how well you guys are doing, how you're using the colors as well. I would love to help you out too. If you have any questions, please ask me. I'm here for you and I will help you out. And you can give this as a nice gift as well to someone. And so you see here that I'm adding in a triangle that's to get the sheep. Because otherwise, if you just add round shape, it's just going to look like a round head. But lions have like a lot of hair from the back and then the face is more bare. So make sure you add these long elongated chips in order to get the proper shape. So now it looks a little weird because the medial part is not filled in. But once you add all the shapes to the middle, it will look really, really nice. So keep doing what you're doing. I'm sure you are doing great and just add in the shapes as I do. So you see here that the face of the lion is already done Now you're just adding in the shapes of the here and just the outline. And we'll add in the little shapes in the middle later on in a bit, and I'll show you how to color it as well. So now we're just adding in the final shapes of the outline of the line fees. And you will see when you draw the whole thing, you will see where you're missing pieces and where you can add more to make it look nicer. So you can, once you draw all the shapes inside as well, once you add everything and when you think it's done and ready for coloring, Just have a look at it again. Check if you want to add more details to it and if something is missing and you want to make it more, bigger, add more here, whatever you want, just look at it and take some time with it so you know exactly that you are satisfied with it and you're ready for coloring. And like I said before, if you make a mistake with lines, don't worry, you can always carried up with coloring as well. And it's just the lines. So you can always correct it and add more shapes due carried up as well. And once you're done with all the lines, you can go over it with the currChar B. And depending on what you want to do, if you want to make certain lines thicker as certain lines thinner, you can do that. Or if you want to make every line thicker, you can use a thicker Sharpie as well. And if you feel comfortable, if you don't feel comfortable drawing a straight line, just free handing it, use a ruler. If you're new to this and if you're finding it difficult to follow, always helps to use a ruler as well and makes things easier. And so now we are almost done with the middle part as well. And you are free to add more and additional shapes as you like more triangles to make it look more 3D as well. So up to you. So I'm going to add a few more details to the side as well. I see that it looks a little round from behind the head. So let's add a little more detail to the line hint from behind as well. So that it looks much nicer. So let's add it here, another shape so that it looks bigger and fuller. So as you see here, it's very, very easy. The whole drawing, ECC and all the other drawings that you do so far. I hope you find them in CS. Well, it's just when you look at it. When it's all done, it looks all complicated, but it's very, very easy once you're adding in shape after shape, building it one step at a time. And so just add in a few more triangles if you like. Add in other shapes as well to the middle of those bigger shapes if you want to make it more like a mesh as well. And soon we will be going into coloring. So I'm just adding more and more details as I see fit. So if you think something is missing and you want to make it look more mushy or like more detail, please add in more and more details and make sure to make those lines thicker by drawing it with a thicker sharpie or adding going over it with the same Sharpie as you have unused so that it looks more distinct in certain areas or the whole thing go over the whole thing with the ticker sharp if you like and if you free handled it like me, go over the lines that you think is not straight and make them straighter. So this is the final drawing of the line. So we're gonna go into coloring. Before we go into coloring though, let's color in the nose and the eye black. So we're not going to add color to those two. So from that didn't itself, you see the whole fees come out just by coloring the nodes and the eye. So now we're going to go into coloring and is going to show you a little bit. So for the nose area, I'm using reds and oranges and gold as well. You will see all that and keep coloring in the same way as I am. I use two hands but you can always use your comfortable hand. Just I find it easier sometimes to use both hands up to you and just add in the colors that you like. And I'm going to just show you a little more into coloring because these two has a lot of colors do it. But I kept it gold, orange, and a little bit of purple here and there. So this is the final colored look of the line. I hope you like it, please share your drawings as well. And let's get to the other lesson. 6. Geometric Dog: Welcome to the final lesson of drawing a geometric Doak head. This is also going to be very, very easy. You do all the other drawing, so this is going to be very easy for you. So we're going to start off with the nodes just like we did for the lion. And then I will show you how to add the ice as well. And each step-by-step, I will be following you as well. And you can follow along with me. So let's add the mouth area first and build the head. So for this dog, it's gonna look like it's turning its head. So all the details that we are adding, including the coloring, is to make sure that the dog east facing the side and turning its head. So this is the eye that we just added. So now we have the nose and eyes and follow along with me to add all the other shapes as well. So now I hope you are starting to see the shapes. And when you look at an object, you see all these ways of drawing the same object using geometric shapes. I hope you're starting to see that. And if you like, you can always share your drawings with me as well and the whole class. And I would love to see them as well. And if you are thinking of making products and doing print on demand or any other prints using these techniques and drawings, It's a great way to get some extra money, I guess, because these are really nice and people love these drawings. So I hope you're enjoying the class with me and enjoying drawing with me. I really enjoyed doing this class, and I hope you are enjoying it as well. So now we're adding in the ears for the dog. And you see that I am adding in a lot of shapes and adding in a little bit more details than I usually do right from the get-go. But I'm going to go to the outline as well. But the C's, I hope you're finding this one easier than the other ones now you have all the practice. So keep adding all these details. I'm gonna go really slow for you for this time as well. So now we're adding the backside. So you see, like in here as well, it's not always triangles, it's different, different shapes. So keep adding all these shapes just like I'm adding as well. And if you want to add more details later on, you can always do that like we did for all the other drawings. And it really helps if you want to draw the whole thing. If you look at it from far, you will see places where you can add more detail as well as you go. And when your coloring, whatever color you like to use. If you use several colors at the same time, it makes it easier to shade the colors Xin. So all these techniques that you've learned, I hope you are finding them very useful. And so let's just add in more details to the mouth as well. So you see that the nose speeds the most forward shape. And the other mode that we just added, the other shape for the mouth is just right behind it so that the nose point out of the face. So now you're actually starting to see the dog face already because we added a lot of details to the top forehead area and the back. So now we are just going into the neck area because we already drew the melt as well. So my hope you're finding this easier than all the other drawings that you did because you already have the practice to draw it. And I hope you're enjoying this class as well. So now we're going into the area where the dog is turning his head to the side. So when you're adding shapes, just keep that in mind. So that when you add it, you have it in your mind too. When you're adding shapes, you know exactly what to do and just follow along with me and you will be drawing it exactly like I am drawing. Now. I'm gonna show you how to color it as well for these as well, I'm seeing color pencils, so I'll show you a little bit of coloring as well so you can, but I draw and color the same way and I'm going to show you how it looks at the end. So if you want to use the same color pattern, you can follow along and look at the final drawing of mine and add the colors the same way. So for this one I'm going to add blues and kinda orange, yellow mics. So just like fire and ice. So that the loop that I am going for. So I hope you are like in the same colors. If not, you can always make it brown and black like so it looks like a canine because this dog kinda looks like a canine or a German shepherd dog. So you can add whatever color that you like and whatever you feel is, we'll look nice. So you see that I'm adding in the outer shape of it known so that I can get the shape properly and I'll add in extra shapes in the middle later on. But notice how I, when I'm adding shapes where the dog is turning the head, I'm making sure to add shapes carefully. So I'm adding larger shapes there because I can always make it smaller by adding more details. Now I'm gonna go into the whitespace and add more details as I go. So you can do the same or you can just leave that as white for now and add everything else and come back to it as well. Whatever you find is easier. And like I said, for all the other lessons, you can always use a pencil and an eraser and then go over it with the Sharpie later on if you find that easier and you can always use a ruler as well. And make sure to make the lines as straight as you can. And if you're finding the ruler is easier than news that that's fine. Or freehand it and then go over the whole thing with a thicker Sharpie. And when you're using the Sharpie, you can use a ruler as well if you like. So now we're in the final shapes for the dog. So you see that you're starting to see the dark already while it's almost done. So I hope you are liking this. And so look at it from far now and then add me as many details as you can. Or if you want to this drawing to make it your own. And whatever you think he's missing, add all the shapes now before we go into coloring, because once you're into coloring, you might not see it the same. And then I felt like the ears were a little smaller for the dog. So I'm going to make them bigger. So all these proportions, you will start seeing them when you're looking at from the far after you think you've done drawing the whole thing, just look at it from far and see if everything looks proportional to the nose, the eyes, the ears, and the whole head, and the whole shape. Then you will realize where you need to add more details and make sure to add this detail as well, because the nose plays a big part in the whole drawing. It makes it look nicer because you're covering it black. So noes and the i mature before you go into coloring to color them blacks were you wouldn't be getting confused when you're into coloring. Because once you start coloring all these little shapes and once you get into it, you might not see where the noses, where the eye is because you're so much into coloring each section without looking at the whole picture. So that's why so keep adding all the details that you think is missing like I said, and finish off your drawing as well. So now that you added all the details that you want, let's go into coloring. So I'm gonna start off with gold. I'm going to add a little bit of gold to the knowns and some areas like QCD. And I'll show you a little bit of shading. So you see that I'm not coloring the whole section of one color. I'm always adding in more and more colors to the same place so that it looks nicer. So you see the colored areas are shaded and mixed with all the other colors. So now I'm adding in Brown as well and orange. So you can do the same thing and follow the same color pattern or you can color it your own way. So I hope you enjoyed this lesson and the whole class, and I hope you will share some of your drawings with me as well and the whole class, I can wait too. I'll meet you guys in another class, another lesson, and hope you really enjoyed. And I will show you how this whole thing looks in a bit after I show you how to color each section as well. So you see here I'm adding in yellow as well. So as I go to the back, I'm making it lighter and lighter as I go to the back and the ears, I'm gonna make it pink and some bright colors. And for the bottom part, I'm going to make them blue. So when you see the two colors, you will really see that the dog is turning its head to the side. So I hope you're starting to see that already, but we colors, you will see more. And I'm adding in a lot of other colors. So in this drawing I am showing you in detail how to color everything so you can follow the same color pattern if you are finding this to be tricky. So when you're drawing lines, just a little tip, make sure that they are thicker and thicker the way you want in the areas that you want it to be, to be highlighted and make them straight as you can. Use a ruler if you want, use a pencil and eraser, if you find it easier, and go over it with a Sharpie later on you can use a thicker sharpie OR Athenian Sharpie depending on what you like. So now the bottom part, I'm going to make it a purple and blue. And I'm always mixing in colors with other colors so that it looks nicer and it gives you the shading. So I hope you're finding this very ECS. Well, these are very easy drawings to do ISI, but looks great. So here I'm adding in lighter blue to the same purple. But you notice that I didn't add purple to the whole section of it just a little bit. And then I'm adding in other colors as I go. So now I'm going to show you how the whole thing looks. This is the final colored look of the canine dog, geometric dog. So I hope you'll like this one. And if you want, you can use the same color pattern by pausing the video right here. And I really hope you enjoyed this class and I will see you in another class.