Of all the tools and machines that work the land, the tractor is perhaps the most important, and we rely heavily on these vehicles for food. To celebrate the humble tractor, we will learn to draw our own – so let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw two lines, connected by an angled line at the top, in the left of your page.
Add a long loop shape to the bottom of this…
And then a small rectangle to the bottom.
Now, add two large circles to the sides.
Add two smaller circles inside these large ones.
Add smaller circles inside the center…
And then add a small black dot at each “point” of the circle.
Add a line to the top of the left set of circles, and take this up and then across to the right.
Now, add two parallel, horizontal lines to the right, taking these down at a slight angle at the end.
Bring a line down from the left end of this new shape, connecting it to the line beside it. Then, continue it down slightly, and take it across to the right.
Bring two curved lines up and over the back wheel, joining these at the end.
Now, connect this line to the one above with a line, and add another line to the left of this.
Bring a curved line up inside the right line. Take this across, down, and then curve it down to meet the section above the wheel.
Add a line to connect the wheels in the center, and then add a square shape to either end.
Grab the ruler, and add a long, thin shape to the bottom of the wheels.
Use a black pen to shade the outside of the wheels and the details around the cab, as well as the section at the front.
Grab a red pen for the top of the tractor…
And a blue pen for the details around the cab.
Next, use a blue pencil to shade the glass…
And a green pen for the stripe at the bottom.
Use a black pen to shade the section connecting the wheels of your tractor…
And then use a gray pen to shade the central section on each wheel.
Now, use a lighter gray pen to shade the central section on each wheel.
And there we have it – a tractor just waiting for a hard-working farmer to come and start his chores. Why not learn more about the ways in which farmers help us – there is plenty to discover!