How to Draw a Bus for Kids

Kids are taught everything at the start to understand their potential in every course. Hence, drawing is one of the most important courses taught at the very infant level in school. Kids are told to draw random things that will show their calibre in this field. However, if someone is not naturally good at drawing, it is a nightmare for them to clear the course. Today, you are going to learn how to draw bus at the most basic level. You must keep something like a bus in your mind before putting a pencil to the paper; maybe a school bus will give you a best idea as you see it every day coming across, picking your kid and moving out. It will give you a very clear idea as to how a bus should look like when you’ve finished your drawing but it does not have to be exactly like it as you cannot picture anything that you see to perfection. Hence, you do not need to worry about your drawing skills; just focus on the task and everything will be fine. Finishing touches can be given at the end of the drawing; do not erase off everything you draw at the start because it will just lower your confidence and leave you with a feeling that will take you to nowhere.

Instructions

  • 1

    Draw a rectangular shape at the start. A considerably big rectangular shape is required to make sure that you can draw rest of the stuff related to bus inside the rectangle. Remember you have to draw an outer shape of the bus so the interior is not to be imagined at all.

  • 2

    Draw two circles on the lower end of the rectangle that will look like the tyres. You have to draw the bus in two dimensional so you do not need to show the other two tyres. You are just showing one face of the bus; like you are watching it sideways.

  • 3

    Draw small squares in the bus at the top in a row. Give a gap between the first and the second square to differentiate between the driver’s seat and the rest.

  • 4

    Once you are done with your drawing. Just use the ruler to put the lines straight and erase the remaining part of the sketch.

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