Nestled deep in the forests are creatures and tales that humans know little of – and a tiny mushroom house is a perfect place for them to live! Ready to bring your own to life? Then let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a thin black pen, and draw a curved “n” shape in the center of your page.
Add another “n” shape just inside the first.
Close the bottom with a straight line…
And add two vertical lines down the center of this.
Now, add a small handle inside the left section, creating a handle on a door.
Add a ring below this for the knocker…
And then add a large, oval loop around the bottom.
Draw another loop at the bottom of this.
Now, create a “chain” heading off to the right with the loops.
Repeat this with two loops to the left…
Add a curved line to either side, reaching up and inwards.
Add a curved line to the top on both sides, curving these up towards the top of the page.
Add curved lines to the top of these, joining them at the top with a curve for the roof.
Add a curved line to the bottom on both sides, for the bottom of the mushroom.
Now add a square shape with a curved top to the center of the roof.
Add panes inside the window with two squares at the bottom, and curved “wedges” above.
Add a series of small circles around this window…
And then add another window to the right of the door.
Add panes inside the window.
Now add curved points to the right of the house for tufts of grass.
Add another tuft of grass to the left of the house…
And then add a wavy line all around the bottom of the house.
Next, add a chimney to the top of the roof with two angled lines. Take these up straight, and then add a half circle shape to the top.
Add a triangle to the top of the chimney…
And connect this to the shape below with two sets of short lines.
Now, add a wavy shape to the left of the house, connecting this to the grass below with a curved line.
Add small circles to the top of this second mushroom.
Now, add lines to the inside of the main mushroom.
Grab an orange pen, and shade the circles on the top of the main roof, and the door.
Use a brown pen for the window and door frames.
Use a brown pencil to shade the underside of the roof…
And use a lighter brown pencil for the house and the stalk of the second mushroom.
Use an orange pen for the spots on top of the second mushroom…
And then shade the tops of both with a red pen.
Use a blue pen to add color to the window panes.
Use a black pencil for the rocks at the bottom, and the chimney at the top.
Now, use a green pen for the patch of grass at the bottom.
And voila – your very own secret mushroom house, hidden in the woods – but just who lives there? That is truly up to you!