I am back with another drawing ideas blog post.
Today, we will be drawing things out of squares and rectangles!
I wanted to create a collection of super simple drawing ideas anyone can try out. Even kids can give it a try!
For most of these drawings, simply start off by drawing a square or rectangle. Then, add the additional details of the drawing.
Here are a few more drawing tips for any beginner artists:
First start off your drawing by creating a pencil sketch. Once you are satisfied with your sketch, go over your lines with an ink pen. Once the ink dries, erase the sketch underneath to reveal your final drawing!
Feel free to draw however you like though!
I hope that you have lots of fun and your mind may ease from any troubles you may have.
Now let’s get to the drawings! Enjoy!
1. Dog and Cat
Let’s start off this blog post with a drawing of a cat and a dog!
Here is a step-by-step drawing idea of a cube to try out as well.
You can use this as a basis for any cube or box you want to draw.
For our next drawing, let’s draw some stairs leading up to a door.
Let’s draw a polaroid next!
This one is an old drawing I made for a previous blog post, and I love it so much I had to share it here too!
Let’s draw a simple drawing of a mug with a smiley face on it next.
Feel free to add your own design to your mug drawing too.
Let’s draw an adorable dinosaur drawing out of a square also.
7. Retro TV
For our next drawing, let’s draw an old-school antenna TV.
Here is a fun little drawing idea to try out: Let’s draw a word using rectangles.
I actually saw someone drew the word “Hi” using chalk when I was going on a walk one day.
It reads Hi in two different directions, and I thought that was really cool!
9. Shopping Cart
For our next doodle, let’s draw a shopping cart out of a rectangle.
Here is an adorable drawing of a bird to draw from a rectangle.
Let’s draw a window next.
I drew mine open with a cat looking outside. I think it came out so cute!
Here is an adorable drawing of a robot to try drawing as well!
Here is a very simple doodle of a letter to draw.
Let’s draw some candles out of rectangles next.
Let’s use the step-by-step cube drawing tutorial from earlier (#2) to draw a dice next!
For our next drawing, let’s create a simple drawing of a camera.
I love this drawing idea of a horse made of rectangles.
I hope you enjoy drawing it too 🙂
Let’s draw some fish out of squares next.
If you are interested in drawing more fish, check out my blog post 20 Easy Fish Drawing Ideas for more ideas!
19. Cardboard Box
Let’s draw a cardboard box next!
This drawing may look a little difficult to draw, so I added some steps below to help you.
Here is a cute drawing of a laptop to try out.
Let’s create a simple doodle of a bear out of a square next.
Here is a simple drawing idea of a bus to draw from a rectangle.
Let’s draw some houses and buildings next!
Below are a few different ones to try out from rectangles.
If you are interested in drawing more houses, check out my other blog post 21 Easy House Drawing Ideas fore more.
For our next drawing, let’s draw a lock.
25. Juice Box
Here is a cute drawing idea of a juice box to draw next.
26. Check Pattern
Let’s draw a checkered pattern next!
If you’d like to draw more patterns, check out this blog post: 100+ Easy Fun Patterns to Draw
27. Flower Pot
Here is a simple drawing of a flower pot to draw from a square.
Let’s draw a book next from a rectangle.
I love how this train drawing turned out from a long, thin rectangle.
I hope you give it a try too 🙂
For our final drawing for this blog post, let’s draw a battery from a rectangle.
I hope these drawings gave you a charge up of energy!
Thank you so much for visiting this blog post!
I had lots of fun creating these square and rectangular drawing ideas, and I hope you had fun drawing them as well!
Let me know in the comment section below which one you enjoyed the most! (It takes a little while to show up because I have to manually approve each comment)
Please feel free to look around this blog for more drawing ideas… I have posted many!
I am wishing you all a wonderful day or night, and until next time 🙂