|Date Added: January 7, 2012|
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Description: Up next is a fun lesson that is a bit different from the stuff that I have been uploading lately. Since I submitted a tutorial on a medieval style tower, I thought it would be cool to make a lesson on "how to draw a well", step by step. Wells nowadays are mainly used as garden additions for decorative purposes. Back in the day, a well was used to fetch water by dropping down a bucket that was attached to a long rope. The rope can be drawn both up and down just by using the winding handle that is assessable on the side of the well’s frame. Today when we hear the word 'well', most people think of the types of wells that are usually drilled and set up into a home. A manual hand pump can be attached to the well so that individuals can get water for their gardens, animals, and even for household use. In this tutorial you will be drawing a well that would make a great addition to a garden landscape drawing. I added some pretty flowers, a shingled roof, and a layered brick or rock foundation. The normal parts to have this a functional well are also added with the design. I didn't draw it, but you can also add the wood style bucket resting on the ledge of the well if you like. I unexpectedly had fun making this drawing and if that’s the case, maybe you will too. Don’t worry folks I still have one more tutorial to come so try to stick around to see what’s next.