‘The ornament of a house is the friends who frequent it’. ― Ralph Waldo Emerson
Have you noticed how two houses are never alike and that there is something special about each one of them. We all know how to draw a simple house using lines. Today, let’s stretch our imagination a little more and draw five awesome houses.
Are you excited? Let’s go!
This house is made up of shapes like rectangles, triangles and circles. All you need is paper, a pencil and a scale to draw this house. Try it today!
This one is a smiling toy house. It is also made of shapes. You know that it is a loving house because of the smiles and hearts that it has. Practise drawing it now.
This one is so pretty. This house is a little more different with window garden and all that than the previous houses, so practise until you get it right!
This is one of those tiny houses that we often see in landscape paintings. With a nice fence and a few trees around it, it’d look even more beautiful!
Drawing this house is a little trickier as it is more complex than other houses. However, we are confident that, with a little practise, you’d be able to draw it. So, start today!
Did you enjoy drawing these houses? Does your house resemble any of them? Let us know in the comments below.
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