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How to draw a boat

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In this tutorial we will learn how to draw a boat! This tutorial is suitable for people of all ages. We will follow the step by step easy and simple instructions to draw a boat.

Boats are associated with boating in water or sailing. Kids used to love the water and so the boats. Many kids enjoy their summer seasons by their small boats in their swimming pools. It looks adorable.

Kids love to play with the plastic toy boats. Some time, paper boats are also used specially when it is raining. It is a pleasure to watch these scenes.

Draw a Boat

Boats can be drawn in a variety of ways. Here, we will discuss the simplest method to draw the boat. Boats have a base and a cloth hanging upwards. 

Let’s start drawing a boat

What do you need?

  1. Our printable boat drawing guide
  2. Paper
  3. Pencil/ marker
  4. Colours

How to draw a boat?

Let’s get started!

STEP 1:

Draw a small rectangle in the lower section of paper. 

STEP 2:

At the right end of the rectangle, draw a large triangle with its corner outwards. 

On the left side, draw the similar triangle but of smaller size.

STEP 3:

Now, erase the linings of the rectangle that come inside the triangles.  It looks like a perfect shape for the base of the boat. 

STEP 4:

Draw a vertical straight line in the center of the boat. 

STEP 5:

Draw another triangle but with the curved sides on the right side of the vertical line such that the upper corner of the triangle touches the vertical line and the lower base of the triangle touches the base of the boat.

STEP 6:

Draw the similar triangle with the wavy sides on the left of the vertical line. 

The upper corner of the triangle touches the vertical line and the wavy base of the triangle touches the base of the boat.

STEP 7:

Draw a curved line in the base of the boat. The curve of this line faces upward. This line is drawn close to the upper end of the base of the boat.

STEP 8:

Now, draw a small leaf shaped flag at the uppermost end of the vertical line.

STEP 9:

Draw another triangle above the first triangle on the right of the vertical line. 

The upper corner of the triangle faces up and the base of it touches the base of the smaller triangle on this side.

STEP 10:

Color the boat to complete this drawing. We’ve colored it pink mainly, you can use any colour.  It looks super cute and wonderful.

Congratulations!! You’ve completed How to draw a boat.

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