|Date Added: April 26, 2011|
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Description: Now that I have two lessons down, there is only two more to go. For number three, I will be showing you "how to draw a ship", step by step. I was surprised to see that I had never drawn or made a tutorial on a plain old traditional looking ship. There are many types of boats that are labeled ships, and for this reason I wanted to make one that you would expect to see when you think of a mental picture on a ship. Believe it or not but, just the very name 'ship' refers to a specific type of boat. Usually they are extremely big vessels that are on a whole other type of scale. The more people and cargo a ship can hold, the bigger and heavier they are. Some ships that you may be familiar with are ones used for cruises, transportation of goods, warfare, fuel transportation like oil, fishing vessels, and even full rigged ships that you may seldom see in harbors. The lesson is going to be pretty simple to tackle because I made sure to make a tutorial that almost everyone can handle. Learning "how to draw a ship" is one of the first things that many beginning artists, kids, and folk attempt to do at some point in their life even if you have no urge to take on an artistic career. I just thought that this would be a fun lesson that members and visitors would enjoy. I still have one more submission coming your way guys so stick around now, or come back later. Adios mi amigos!