In our last drawing classes, we taught our students ways to create a model robot for kids. The lesson was simple and a lot of our readers wanted us to create the lesson more intricate real-looking robot. So we came up with an instructional video on drawing an actual robot.
The first step is to draw the head as well as the torso of the robot using the shape of an oval and a circle. Then, draw the legs and arms using simple lines. It is important to note how the “skeleton” or “skeleton” of the robot is different from the anatomy of a normal human.
Let’s add the size of the limbs on our robot in the example. Make sure you sketch out the connections using the shape of circles.
Utilizing clear and dark lines, carefully sketch out the outline of the round heads of your robot. In face of the head, draw an outline from the transparent glass.
Then, move on to the torso and draw it using clear and dark lines. Try to replicate the outlines of the robot’s body as depicted in our example.
Sketch the contours of the shoulders round Then, go over the arms, and then draw them as cylindrical shapes. Draw your hands and elbow joints.
We now need to draw the legs of the robot. It is important to note how they’re slightly bigger and more angular than the arms. Repeat all the connections and components like in our illustration.
If you are sure how lines can be drawn correctly and you get the result you like, then go to drawing shadows. Create shadows by using solid and consistent shading like the illustration below.
In this lesson, we taught our students ways to draw the outline of a robot with the help of a famous Japanese robot. However, with our guidelines, presented in this lesson, you’ll be able to create any type of robot. It is important to note that this robot likes the look of a human. There are many others that are exactly like human appearance. To draw such robots, use the techniques we have learned from our drawing tutorials on humans. We are also waiting for your suggestions and feedback in the comments on our article, or on our social media networks.