Here’s how to draw a bike, for kids that are more interested in mechanical types of drawing. The world will always need more engineers and architects.
If you want to connect with the most students possible, try to include some mechanical drawing subject matter in your lessons somewhere along the way.
I’ve seen too many children who couldn’t care less about drawing faces and flowers, spend hours making detailed cars, boats and houses. It’s really good to let them know that this type of drawing, the one that uses another part of their brain, is available to them too.
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- Prep: Print tutorial for each student.
- Draw guide lines on paper or fold in half to make creases.
- Follow the tutorial to draw the bike in pencil.
- Trace the bike with a black marker.
- Color the bike carefully with crayons.