Before you learn how to draw a boat, did you know?
Recreational boats (sometimes called pleasure craft, especially for less sporting activities) fall into several broad categories, and additional subcategories. Broad categories include dinghies (generally under 16 feet (5 m) powered by sail, small engines, or muscle power), paddlesports boats (kayaks, rowing shells, canoes), runabouts (15–25 feet (5–8 m) powerboats with either outboard, sterndrive, or inboard engines), daysailers (14–25 feet (4–8 m) sailboats, frequently with a small auxiliary engine), cruisers (25–65 feet (8–20 m) powerboats with cabins), and cruising and racing sailboats (25–65 feet (8–20 m) sailboats with auxiliary engines). [wikipedia]
Now go ahead and learn how to draw a boat for yourself by following the simple steps in this video. If you think your drawing turned out awesome, please send it to me so I can post it on this site. Click here to go to the ‘share your drawing’ page.
A LITTLE TIP:
You can always adjust the speed of the video tutorials by clicking on the ‘cog‘ icon (bottom right of video) and speeding it up or slowing it down. This helps making every video suit your individual pace. You can also of course use the pause/play button as required.