how to draw a row boat
Step 2. How to Draw a Row Boat
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Uploaded: May 3, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: November 12, 2009
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Well I hope you all liked the first tutorial for the day on how to draw Storm from X-Men step by step, she really did come out rockin. For my next lesson I will be filling a request that a member asked for about two days ago on "how to draw a row boat" step by step. Instead of drawing out a plain old looking row boat I decided that I should have at least an older guy paddling the row boat like he was fishing on a pond or something. Row boats are used for various reasons with the most common reason being fishing and relaxing on the water. During the 12th and 13th century, any type of boat that used a pair or several pairs of oars were called row boats. These boats were used primarily for fishing and transporting back and forth to different locations like different islands. Nowadays row boats are used primarily for the same reasons except we no longer use them for going to different islands unless you are part of an island tribe. Canoes, paddle boats and several other boats that require paddles to move the vessel, are used more than ever nowadays. Lets not forget that rowing boats were also used during the days when everything was being traded over seas. Iceland was one of the first countries to really use rowing boats primarily for trading, delivering, transporting, moving and many, many other reasons that are not known by me because I would have to do more extensive research to find that information out. Nevertheless, row boats are always a good thing to have even if you don't live on a lake or a pond. Just slowly drifting on the water relaxing on a cool summer night with your friend or family is all you will ever need to totally relax yourself from everyday stresses that come your way. This tutorial will show you "how to draw a boat" step by step. The lesson is very easy to follow and understand so that you can draw out your very own row boat with ease. Who knows, maybe you can even draw yourself rowing the boat.