Ships are majestic, impressive feats of engineering, and dominate the oceans all across the planet. Are you ready to create your very own nautical masterpiece? Then let’s take a closer look at the steps we need to take.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab a black pen and a ruler, and draw a short line to the right of your page.
Add a long, “C” shape below this, with the top slightly wider than the bottom.
Add an angled line to the left side of the line…
And then use the ruler to extend this line right out to the left.
At the end, bring the line in at a 45-degree angle, towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Use a ruler to bring a horizontal line right across, connecting the two sides.
Now, add another line below this, and join these at the sides…
Before adding a large rectangle shape to the top.
Divide this rectangle into small squares using the ruler.
Then, add a series of vertical lines down the shape, dividing the rectangle into thin sections.
Add two small dots to the top and bottom of each of these sections, across both rows.
Use a ruler to add a vertical line to the left of this shape, and then add three vertical lines, two short and one longer, to the very left, stepping these in as you go.
Connect these vertical lines, turning them into three rectangles stacked on top of one another. Extend the line on the top left corner up slightly.
Now, add a black dot to the left of the body of the ship.
Add a curved shape to the top of the stacked rectangles…
Shade the top left section of this with the black pen…
And then add a series of small pairs of squares all across the top of each layer of the rectangle.
Grab a red pen, and shade alternate squares on the main rectangle – this is the cargo. Use the same shade for the stripe on the bottom of the ship.
Use a blue pen to shade the main body of the ship…
And then a bright blue pen for the remaining sections of bottom cargo.
Use a yellow pen for the top left sections of the cargo…
And shade the remaining space with a gray pencil.
And there we have it – a ship, hard at work, transporting cargo from one place to another. And we are all grateful for their hard work!