How to draw things – step by step tutorials

Welcome to our how to draw things tutorial collection.
Here we collect step-by-step tutorials to draw things which are neither animals, nor people.

Latest tutorial:

How to draw a train: step by step from simple shapes Learn to draw a train - steam locomotive with tender coal car and a passenger wagon. Follow the step by step tutorial starting from simple shapes all the way to an awesome train with many details.
How to draw a pencil: realistic and cartoon Learn how to draw a pencil: Start with a simple round pencil. Next, draw a classic six-sided pencil. Finally, just for some fun, let's turn that pencil into a cartoon character.
How to draw a snowman: 3 circles to awesome Draw a snowman like the real one you can build in the winter. Drawn from three simple circles, it is the extra details that make it look awesome.
How to draw a heart: 2 ways, including shading How to draw a heart in two ways: a classic flat heart icon and nice dynamic side-view curved heart. Add highlights and shading to make the heart pop out!
How to draw a star: the easy and the fun way Learn two easy ways to draw a star. Draw a nice symmetrical star using the letter "A" shape. And have fun drawing many wonky stars with just a single line.
How to draw a cube: 3 different ways and perspectives Draw a cube: learn 3 common ways to show three dimensional cube on a flat paper - simple 3D view and 1 point and 2 point perspective.
How to draw a hexagon: construction and hand-drawn Learn how to draw a hexagon in two ways. Construct a precise hexagon using a compass or learn how to draw hexagon from six triangles by hand.
Drawing pumpkin faces Drawing pumpkin faces for Halloween Drawing pumpkin faces for Halloween: 3 great looking pumpkin faces and a simple perpspective tutorial to add depth and interest to your drawing.
How to draw a pumpkin How to draw a pumpkin: simple and angle view Learn to draw a pumpkin: Practice first drawing pumpkin ribs in a simple front view. Then step up and draw a much better pumpkin at a three-quarter angle.

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