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111 Best, Fun and Cool Things to Draw

There are many hobbies one can take up to fill up spare time, some go fishing or hiking whilst others embrace the arts, in the form of singing, dancing, writing or randomly building awesome wooden plane models. One of the most accessible and creative act is drawing though, unlike playing an instrument or skying which presume a certain investment and context for exercising your hobby, drawing only requires a blank sheet of paper and a pencil, for beginners at least. Those who have some experience can go a step further, buy some brushes, a palette and colors and . Drawing or sketching are activities that start with simple concepts that are easy to grasp and after a few attempts things will start to feel natural. Start with the basics, you`ll find inspiring cool all over, epic drawing ideas worth a shot; and here is where our selection comes in! In the section below numerous free step by step drawing tutorials have surfaced, all meant to encourage you to take on artistic endeavors.

- Mark Baskinger, William Bardel

For those of you who are in the beginning, we have prepared some easy to draw, lovely ideas and we hope the examples in this article will give you fresh inspiration for upcoming projects, cast a glance.

Homesthetics

1. Infinite underground world as refuge

Drawing is perhaps the best way to communicate our thoughts and imagination, along with music, sculpture or dancing. But, out of all the arts, drawing is perhaps the most accessible. All you need is a sheet of paper and a pen. Don’t hesitate and give it a try yourself!

2. Abstract shapes and patterns

To find inspiration for a beautiful drawing like this one, just take a closer look at the nature around you. You’ll find beautiful patterns in flowers, leaves and snowflakes.

4. Swift atmosphere city sketch

Homesthetics

Sometimes drawings can be support techniques and illustrations over an image. A camera can express reality with perfect accuracy. An artist might feel the need to challenge his imagination to create something new.

6. Dreaming of the perfect city

7. Small traditional homes sketched

Some type of drawings, especially architectural ones require just enough information to express an idea, a place or a landscape. The viewers mind can fill in the gaps.

9. City sketch defined depth perspective

Homesthetics

The world around us is different from the image that our brain creates. We perceive it through a process that altera shapes and colors known as perspective. If it where any other way, we wouldn’t be able to perceive distance and make the difference between two objects miles apart from each other. This is the first step to make a landscape realistic.

10. Inspiring shopfronts illustrated creatively

Looks so easy! Give it a go yourself and see how talented you are!

11. Urban atmosphere sketch PORTRAYING European city

12. Jellyfishes swimming around

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13. Fluffy baby penguin smiling

14. Cartoon-like alligator sketch

© 2014 Disney Enterprises, Inc

15. The majestic playfulness of a fox

The wrinkles in the giraffe`s face are basically defining its shape, without them, it wouldn’t be so distinctive. How to draw them though, that’s the catch. It takes a lot of practice to master it. The point is that our brains perceive the difference between shadow and light, thus creating a mental image of what we see, this contrast creates depth . Same thing happens in nature. This is only a mean of representing a tri-dimensional shape on a sheet of paper.

Homesthetics

Even though it’s hard too match colors, you will definitely succeeded in choosing the right ones. It might not look easy but once you decide which road to go for, you’ll see how everything becomes an easy-playful task.

19. Animals portraits simplified to one line

They are simple and very expressive, they transmit a lot of information through minimum effort and time.

20. Small critter showing emotion

We communicate 90% of our emotions and thoughts through our body language and only 10% through speech. Learning how to represent them in a drawing involves understanding how us humans express ourselves by shaping our lips, eyebrows or nose. That’s why emoticons are so popular. They can relate, though on a very superficial level, with how we feel our what we desire to say.

Homesthetics

- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

21. Beautiful floral whale drawing

23. Realistic elephant pencil drawing

These images of a snail were drawn while the artist kept his eyes closed. This goes to prove how much the relationship between the brain and the hands can develop through a lot of practice.

26. Stunning bird tattoo drawing

Homesthetics

27. Delicate humming-bird drawing

28. Sculpting animals out of geometry

After mastering the art of drawing, try to create your own distinctive style. There are no limits in art and anything that looks good is applauded.

29. Nature inspired animal shaped trees

I love the way the artist has perceived the natural world. Shaping trees as animals reveals a great amount of talent that comes from the heart.

Homesthetics

30. Woman showcasing the perfect dress

- This inspiring book makes drawing in a realistic style...

- Author: mark and Mary Willenbrink

- Mark Willenbrink, Mary Willenbrink

31. Shape iconic cartoon characters

Homesthetics

32. The essence of a woman’s body

Our minds are designed to approximate and use memories to fill in the gaps. That’s why a simple curves line can in fact mean much more than you’d think at the first glance.

33. Simple and expressive woman outline

34. Two one-line portraits kissing

35. Graphite face continous drawing

Homesthetics

You might think you’ve seen better representations of the human body but try to do it with a single line and you will surely see it as a challenge.

36. Hatch in pencil brings white volume forward

Use any means to shape the elements you wish to draw. Do not limit yourself to conventional methods and see the potential in any concept.

37. Girl on a swing remembering childhood

Bright colors suggest a scene full of life and happiness. Pastel and darker colors like this one suggest a rather sad setting, meant to express some powerful feelings.

Homesthetics

38. Perfect woman portrait created through shade only

The difference between a drawing and the real world is that what surrounds us is not shaped by lines. You don’t see them in a photo either. Use only gradients and colors to create a more photo realistic image.

39. The photo realistic incomplete portrait of a girl

40. Human eye embraced by mystical design motifs

- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Homesthetics

41. Delicate hatch shapes female portrait

42. Charming pen drawn eye and patterns

43. Explore the beauty of the human body

Just like any other occupation, drawing requires skill and talent but through careful studying and understanding the process, anyone can master it and create wonderful images.

44. Human silhouette behind a matte glass surface

Homesthetics

45. Woman sculpted by an endless line

Nowadays artists try to find the most unusual methods of expressing their thoughts. Some ideas are very original and stand out between conventional methods.

46. Sketchy holding hands drawing

Draw with your heart, not your mind and the result will be much more original and personal. Keep in mind though that everything in nature is based on math and has a logic behind it.

47. Expressing emotions through the human body is an art

Homesthetics

48. Simple and easy girls sketch

49. Splendid girl in a feather dress

The beautiful may reside in the unknown, it may find refuge in the little things, the feathers on the dress and the butterfly in her hair are not just details, they make the design.

50. Love is in the little things

Even the simplest drawings evoke memories and feelings. It’s not the detailing that counts but it transmits to the viewer.

Homesthetics

- The Master Guide to Drawing Anime How to Draw Original...

- Publisher: Drawing with Christopher Hart

51. Drawing a dandelion is easy and playful

52. Fantastic fast sketching with elements for decoration

53. Leaf doodles showcasing nature`s diversity

Homesthetics

54. Finding inspiration in fantasy fairy tales

55. Use geometric shapes to portray potted plants

I would say this is becoming a trend. And a very appealing one. Creativity knows no boundaries.

57. Watercolor tree spring blossoms

Apart from the beautiful and expressive shapes the artist has created, the color shape a great ambiance, beautiful balance, a stunning image. Pay attention to color combinations and saturation. If you struggle to find the right ratio, seek inspiration in nature. It never fails.

Homesthetics

60. Lily flower showing simmetry

61. Splendid flowers drawn in coal

There are a variety of methods to define a shape. This example uses only lines that change their curvature according to the form and orientation of every leaf.

63. Black and white poppy flowers

64. Simple dandelion illustration

Homesthetics

Seeking inspiration in nature is always a good advice for beginners and people who want to exercise their drawing skills. Once your hand will be used to draw what it sees, it will be much easier for you to express your thoughts and imagination.

65. Dandelion flower study illustration

One flower is surely beautiful but imagine a dozen. It takes quite a lot of work but the result will most likely be worth hanging on the wall.

66. Cherry blossom studies through drawing

Especially if you’re a beginner, don’t go for the end result right away. Do some contouring first and then learn to enrich them with shades and colors.

Homesthetics

69. Sculptural natural black and white body movement studies

If the shape you chose to draw is too complicated, divide it into smaller and easier to manage shapes and you’ll definitely succeed.

70. The process of constructing a human face

Almost any shape can be reduced to simple geometric forms like spheres and cubes. Start by dividing the object into clear simple parts and then add the details.

71. Cat proportions and movement

Homesthetics

72. Drawing an eye step by step

The most accessible way of drawing a complex shape is to firstly create a set of boundaries that define the general shape. Then, step by step, you get closer to fine details and rendering.

It all starts with some basic contours. Artist rarely go straight to the fine detailing. Moreover, each part of the human body can be defined geometrically or it can at least be constrained to a geometric shape that is easier to draw. Afterwards, it’s all about imagination and talent.

The anime style has definitely established itself as a particular and special drawing style that is loved by people of all ages.

75. Basic anatomical studies of a ballerina

Homesthetics

76. Alluring monochromatic mini landscapes

Carefully arranged, these amazing drawings would create a beautiful collection to beautify a wall or a nightstand. Either way, the artist has succeeded in creating very detailed images with simple means, through passion.

If you can create awesome line designs, then start working on your color skills. A good sketch is always going to impress. Keep it simple.

78. Playing with rainbow colors

79. Time themed intriguing drawing

Homesthetics

A result like this is definitely something personal. Nature isn’t mimicked but rather used to create something that only that drawer can imagine.

80. Using contrast to create a nighttime landscape

If you look around you’ll notice that objects around us are not defined by straight or curved lines. Instead, what gives them shape are colors, textures and shadows. Our eyes perceive the difference between an illuminated surface and a shaded one.

- Library Tales Publishing Incorporated

- Publisher: Library Tales Publishing, Incorporated

Homesthetics

81. Find inspiration in the little things

Some artists create paintings unlike anything else. The more unusual they are, the harder it is to see what they wanted to express. Any viewer will look twice to try to understand its meaning.

84. Candle drawing where white is negative

You can almost feel the heat of the flame right? That’s thanks to the contrast between the flame and the background.

85. Heart nurturing flowers and trees

Homesthetics

86. The rebirth of a rib-cage into nature

87. Forest trees shaping a female portrait

An artist surges inspiration from everything and unusual ideas, beautiful concepts, surface. A common drawing will not raise too many eyebrows but an exceptional concept will make everybody curious.

88. Light-bulb containing a sea universe

89. Sea world fairy-tale on paper

Homesthetics

90. The spirit of adventure in a coffee mug

It looks so good I almost wish it was real! Grandma’s cookies are all that’s missing.

91. Earth`s nature nurturing us

There’s a secret to representing any shape. Choose the one that fits your style the best and start practicing.

93. Creating small and cute drawings

Homesthetics

94. Find inspiration in your personality

96. Cute girly designs for your spare time

97. Turning a sketch into a detailed shape

99. Keep it simple, adventurer`s font

100. Wonderful mountain mini landscape drawing

Homesthetics

- Library Tales Publishing Incorporated

- Publisher: Library Tales Publishing, Incorporated

101. Stunning adventure letter design

Use this type of sketches for logo designs and commercials. By replacing some letters with symbols, the word gains a vibrant expression.

102. One tent and one pine tree

Homesthetics

Even a small sketch like this one holds enough information to help you imagine the place wish you were there.

104. Hands holding the universe and earth

105. Doodle scrabble collection

Simple drawings are not always easy to create. You have to be able to see the essence in every object to be able to represent it without details.

106. Tree house graphic illustration

Homesthetics

107. Portray an emphasized moon

An artist must always be ready to create! Inspiration can come at any moment and it’s imperative that he takes advantage and lay’s down his ideas. Either that or he might stumble upon a wonderful landscape or image of a city that he wants to capture. Being able to draw on the spot requires practice and the ability to focus in any situation.

108. Lovely Nightime landscape drawing

109. Traveling the mountains on foot

A sketch is sometimes worth more than a carefully drawn landscape. And, you only need a pen and a notebook.

Homesthetics

110. Eyeball candle drawing burning life

111. REBIRTH – Fruitful Spine Nestling, Nurturing and Nourishing Nature

The artistic world simply carries humanity forwards, in art we find refuge, in art we find balance. A simple line, a drop of ink, a brush swing, all parts of a greater effort that simply changes the world, in increments. It shapes an universe in which everything is possible, one in which color, line and texture are infinitely valuable and powerful.

Pick up your pencil and simply, draw.

3 thoughts on “111 Best, Fun and Cool Things to Draw”

Homesthetics

I absolutely love all this art. did you do It your self. lllllllllllllllooooooooooooooooovvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvveeeeeeeeeeeeee it!!!!!

This art is the bessttt!!!!!! Awesome job!!!!

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Homesthetics

111 Best, Fun and Cool Things to Draw

There are many hobbies one can take up to fill up spare time, some go fishing or hiking whilst others embrace the arts, in the form of singing, dancing, writing or randomly building awesome wooden plane models. One of the most accessible and creative act is drawing though, unlike playing an instrument or skying which presume a certain investment and context for exercising your hobby, drawing only requires a blank sheet of paper and a pencil, for beginners at least. Those who have some experience can go a step further, buy some brushes, a palette and colors and . Drawing or sketching are activities that start with simple concepts that are easy to grasp and after a few attempts things will start to feel natural. Start with the basics, you`ll find inspiring cool all over, epic drawing ideas worth a shot; and here is where our selection comes in! In the section below numerous free step by step drawing tutorials have surfaced, all meant to encourage you to take on artistic endeavors.

- Mark Baskinger, William Bardel

For those of you who are in the beginning, we have prepared some easy to draw, lovely ideas and we hope the examples in this article will give you fresh inspiration for upcoming projects, cast a glance.

1. Infinite underground world as refuge

Homesthetics

Drawing is perhaps the best way to communicate our thoughts and imagination, along with music, sculpture or dancing. But, out of all the arts, drawing is perhaps the most accessible. All you need is a sheet of paper and a pen. Don’t hesitate and give it a try yourself!

2. Abstract shapes and patterns

To find inspiration for a beautiful drawing like this one, just take a closer look at the nature around you. You’ll find beautiful patterns in flowers, leaves and snowflakes.

4. Swift atmosphere city sketch

Sometimes drawings can be support techniques and illustrations over an image. A camera can express reality with perfect accuracy. An artist might feel the need to challenge his imagination to create something new.

Homesthetics

6. Dreaming of the perfect city

7. Small traditional homes sketched

Some type of drawings, especially architectural ones require just enough information to express an idea, a place or a landscape. The viewers mind can fill in the gaps.

9. City sketch defined depth perspective

The world around us is different from the image that our brain creates. We perceive it through a process that altera shapes and colors known as perspective. If it where any other way, we wouldn’t be able to perceive distance and make the difference between two objects miles apart from each other. This is the first step to make a landscape realistic.

Homesthetics

10. Inspiring shopfronts illustrated creatively

Looks so easy! Give it a go yourself and see how talented you are!

11. Urban atmosphere sketch PORTRAYING European city

12. Jellyfishes swimming around

13. Fluffy baby penguin smiling

Homesthetics

14. Cartoon-like alligator sketch

© 2014 Disney Enterprises, Inc

15. The majestic playfulness of a fox

The wrinkles in the giraffe`s face are basically defining its shape, without them, it wouldn’t be so distinctive. How to draw them though, that’s the catch. It takes a lot of practice to master it. The point is that our brains perceive the difference between shadow and light, thus creating a mental image of what we see, this contrast creates depth . Same thing happens in nature. This is only a mean of representing a tri-dimensional shape on a sheet of paper.

Even though it’s hard too match colors, you will definitely succeeded in choosing the right ones. It might not look easy but once you decide which road to go for, you’ll see how everything becomes an easy-playful task.

Homesthetics

19. Animals portraits simplified to one line

They are simple and very expressive, they transmit a lot of information through minimum effort and time.

20. Small critter showing emotion

We communicate 90% of our emotions and thoughts through our body language and only 10% through speech. Learning how to represent them in a drawing involves understanding how us humans express ourselves by shaping our lips, eyebrows or nose. That’s why emoticons are so popular. They can relate, though on a very superficial level, with how we feel our what we desire to say.

- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Homesthetics

21. Beautiful floral whale drawing

23. Realistic elephant pencil drawing

These images of a snail were drawn while the artist kept his eyes closed. This goes to prove how much the relationship between the brain and the hands can develop through a lot of practice.

26. Stunning bird tattoo drawing

27. Delicate humming-bird drawing

Homesthetics

28. Sculpting animals out of geometry

After mastering the art of drawing, try to create your own distinctive style. There are no limits in art and anything that looks good is applauded.

29. Nature inspired animal shaped trees

I love the way the artist has perceived the natural world. Shaping trees as animals reveals a great amount of talent that comes from the heart.

30. Woman showcasing the perfect dress

Homesthetics

- This inspiring book makes drawing in a realistic style...

- Author: mark and Mary Willenbrink

- Mark Willenbrink, Mary Willenbrink

31. Shape iconic cartoon characters

32. The essence of a woman’s body

Homesthetics

Our minds are designed to approximate and use memories to fill in the gaps. That’s why a simple curves line can in fact mean much more than you’d think at the first glance.

33. Simple and expressive woman outline

34. Two one-line portraits kissing

35. Graphite face continous drawing

You might think you’ve seen better representations of the human body but try to do it with a single line and you will surely see it as a challenge.

Homesthetics

36. Hatch in pencil brings white volume forward

Use any means to shape the elements you wish to draw. Do not limit yourself to conventional methods and see the potential in any concept.

37. Girl on a swing remembering childhood

Bright colors suggest a scene full of life and happiness. Pastel and darker colors like this one suggest a rather sad setting, meant to express some powerful feelings.

38. Perfect woman portrait created through shade only

Homesthetics

The difference between a drawing and the real world is that what surrounds us is not shaped by lines. You don’t see them in a photo either. Use only gradients and colors to create a more photo realistic image.

39. The photo realistic incomplete portrait of a girl

40. Human eye embraced by mystical design motifs

- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

41. Delicate hatch shapes female portrait

Homesthetics

42. Charming pen drawn eye and patterns

43. Explore the beauty of the human body

Just like any other occupation, drawing requires skill and talent but through careful studying and understanding the process, anyone can master it and create wonderful images.

44. Human silhouette behind a matte glass surface

45. Woman sculpted by an endless line

Homesthetics

Nowadays artists try to find the most unusual methods of expressing their thoughts. Some ideas are very original and stand out between conventional methods.

46. Sketchy holding hands drawing

Draw with your heart, not your mind and the result will be much more original and personal. Keep in mind though that everything in nature is based on math and has a logic behind it.

47. Expressing emotions through the human body is an art

48. Simple and easy girls sketch

Homesthetics

49. Splendid girl in a feather dress

The beautiful may reside in the unknown, it may find refuge in the little things, the feathers on the dress and the butterfly in her hair are not just details, they make the design.

50. Love is in the little things

Even the simplest drawings evoke memories and feelings. It’s not the detailing that counts but it transmits to the viewer.

- The Master Guide to Drawing Anime How to Draw Original...

Homesthetics

- Publisher: Drawing with Christopher Hart

51. Drawing a dandelion is easy and playful

52. Fantastic fast sketching with elements for decoration

53. Leaf doodles showcasing nature`s diversity

54. Finding inspiration in fantasy fairy tales

Homesthetics

55. Use geometric shapes to portray potted plants

I would say this is becoming a trend. And a very appealing one. Creativity knows no boundaries.

57. Watercolor tree spring blossoms

Apart from the beautiful and expressive shapes the artist has created, the color shape a great ambiance, beautiful balance, a stunning image. Pay attention to color combinations and saturation. If you struggle to find the right ratio, seek inspiration in nature. It never fails.

60. Lily flower showing simmetry

Homesthetics

61. Splendid flowers drawn in coal

There are a variety of methods to define a shape. This example uses only lines that change their curvature according to the form and orientation of every leaf.

63. Black and white poppy flowers

64. Simple dandelion illustration

Seeking inspiration in nature is always a good advice for beginners and people who want to exercise their drawing skills. Once your hand will be used to draw what it sees, it will be much easier for you to express your thoughts and imagination.

Homesthetics

65. Dandelion flower study illustration

One flower is surely beautiful but imagine a dozen. It takes quite a lot of work but the result will most likely be worth hanging on the wall.

66. Cherry blossom studies through drawing

Especially if you’re a beginner, don’t go for the end result right away. Do some contouring first and then learn to enrich them with shades and colors.

69. Sculptural natural black and white body movement studies

Homesthetics

If the shape you chose to draw is too complicated, divide it into smaller and easier to manage shapes and you’ll definitely succeed.

70. The process of constructing a human face

Almost any shape can be reduced to simple geometric forms like spheres and cubes. Start by dividing the object into clear simple parts and then add the details.

71. Cat proportions and movement

72. Drawing an eye step by step

Homesthetics

The most accessible way of drawing a complex shape is to firstly create a set of boundaries that define the general shape. Then, step by step, you get closer to fine details and rendering.

It all starts with some basic contours. Artist rarely go straight to the fine detailing. Moreover, each part of the human body can be defined geometrically or it can at least be constrained to a geometric shape that is easier to draw. Afterwards, it’s all about imagination and talent.

The anime style has definitely established itself as a particular and special drawing style that is loved by people of all ages.

75. Basic anatomical studies of a ballerina

76. Alluring monochromatic mini landscapes

Homesthetics

Carefully arranged, these amazing drawings would create a beautiful collection to beautify a wall or a nightstand. Either way, the artist has succeeded in creating very detailed images with simple means, through passion.

If you can create awesome line designs, then start working on your color skills. A good sketch is always going to impress. Keep it simple.

78. Playing with rainbow colors

79. Time themed intriguing drawing

A result like this is definitely something personal. Nature isn’t mimicked but rather used to create something that only that drawer can imagine.

Homesthetics

80. Using contrast to create a nighttime landscape

If you look around you’ll notice that objects around us are not defined by straight or curved lines. Instead, what gives them shape are colors, textures and shadows. Our eyes perceive the difference between an illuminated surface and a shaded one.

- Library Tales Publishing Incorporated

- Publisher: Library Tales Publishing, Incorporated

81. Find inspiration in the little things

Homesthetics

Some artists create paintings unlike anything else. The more unusual they are, the harder it is to see what they wanted to express. Any viewer will look twice to try to understand its meaning.

84. Candle drawing where white is negative

You can almost feel the heat of the flame right? That’s thanks to the contrast between the flame and the background.

85. Heart nurturing flowers and trees

86. The rebirth of a rib-cage into nature

Homesthetics

87. Forest trees shaping a female portrait

An artist surges inspiration from everything and unusual ideas, beautiful concepts, surface. A common drawing will not raise too many eyebrows but an exceptional concept will make everybody curious.

88. Light-bulb containing a sea universe

89. Sea world fairy-tale on paper

90. The spirit of adventure in a coffee mug

Homesthetics

It looks so good I almost wish it was real! Grandma’s cookies are all that’s missing.

91. Earth`s nature nurturing us

There’s a secret to representing any shape. Choose the one that fits your style the best and start practicing.

93. Creating small and cute drawings

94. Find inspiration in your personality

Homesthetics

96. Cute girly designs for your spare time

97. Turning a sketch into a detailed shape

99. Keep it simple, adventurer`s font

100. Wonderful mountain mini landscape drawing

- Library Tales Publishing Incorporated

Homesthetics

- Publisher: Library Tales Publishing, Incorporated

101. Stunning adventure letter design

Use this type of sketches for logo designs and commercials. By replacing some letters with symbols, the word gains a vibrant expression.

102. One tent and one pine tree

Even a small sketch like this one holds enough information to help you imagine the place wish you were there.

Homesthetics

104. Hands holding the universe and earth

105. Doodle scrabble collection

Simple drawings are not always easy to create. You have to be able to see the essence in every object to be able to represent it without details.

106. Tree house graphic illustration

107. Portray an emphasized moon

Homesthetics

An artist must always be ready to create! Inspiration can come at any moment and it’s imperative that he takes advantage and lay’s down his ideas. Either that or he might stumble upon a wonderful landscape or image of a city that he wants to capture. Being able to draw on the spot requires practice and the ability to focus in any situation.

108. Lovely Nightime landscape drawing

109. Traveling the mountains on foot

A sketch is sometimes worth more than a carefully drawn landscape. And, you only need a pen and a notebook.

110. Eyeball candle drawing burning life

Homesthetics

111. REBIRTH – Fruitful Spine Nestling, Nurturing and Nourishing Nature

The artistic world simply carries humanity forwards, in art we find refuge, in art we find balance. A simple line, a drop of ink, a brush swing, all parts of a greater effort that simply changes the world, in increments. It shapes an universe in which everything is possible, one in which color, line and texture are infinitely valuable and powerful.

Pick up your pencil and simply, draw.

3 thoughts on “111 Best, Fun and Cool Things to Draw”

I absolutely love all this art. did you do It your self. lllllllllllllllooooooooooooooooovvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvveeeeeeeeeeeeee it!!!!!

Homesthetics

This art is the bessttt!!!!!! Awesome job!!!!

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

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111 Best, Fun and Cool Things to Draw

Homesthetics

There are many hobbies one can take up to fill up spare time, some go fishing or hiking whilst others embrace the arts, in the form of singing, dancing, writing or randomly building awesome wooden plane models. One of the most accessible and creative act is drawing though, unlike playing an instrument or skying which presume a certain investment and context for exercising your hobby, drawing only requires a blank sheet of paper and a pencil, for beginners at least. Those who have some experience can go a step further, buy some brushes, a palette and colors and . Drawing or sketching are activities that start with simple concepts that are easy to grasp and after a few attempts things will start to feel natural. Start with the basics, you`ll find inspiring cool all over, epic drawing ideas worth a shot; and here is where our selection comes in! In the section below numerous free step by step drawing tutorials have surfaced, all meant to encourage you to take on artistic endeavors.

- Mark Baskinger, William Bardel

For those of you who are in the beginning, we have prepared some easy to draw, lovely ideas and we hope the examples in this article will give you fresh inspiration for upcoming projects, cast a glance.

1. Infinite underground world as refuge

Drawing is perhaps the best way to communicate our thoughts and imagination, along with music, sculpture or dancing. But, out of all the arts, drawing is perhaps the most accessible. All you need is a sheet of paper and a pen. Don’t hesitate and give it a try yourself!

Homesthetics

2. Abstract shapes and patterns

To find inspiration for a beautiful drawing like this one, just take a closer look at the nature around you. You’ll find beautiful patterns in flowers, leaves and snowflakes.

4. Swift atmosphere city sketch

Sometimes drawings can be support techniques and illustrations over an image. A camera can express reality with perfect accuracy. An artist might feel the need to challenge his imagination to create something new.

6. Dreaming of the perfect city

Homesthetics

7. Small traditional homes sketched

Some type of drawings, especially architectural ones require just enough information to express an idea, a place or a landscape. The viewers mind can fill in the gaps.

9. City sketch defined depth perspective

The world around us is different from the image that our brain creates. We perceive it through a process that altera shapes and colors known as perspective. If it where any other way, we wouldn’t be able to perceive distance and make the difference between two objects miles apart from each other. This is the first step to make a landscape realistic.

10. Inspiring shopfronts illustrated creatively

Homesthetics

Looks so easy! Give it a go yourself and see how talented you are!

11. Urban atmosphere sketch PORTRAYING European city

12. Jellyfishes swimming around

13. Fluffy baby penguin smiling

14. Cartoon-like alligator sketch

Homesthetics

© 2014 Disney Enterprises, Inc

15. The majestic playfulness of a fox

The wrinkles in the giraffe`s face are basically defining its shape, without them, it wouldn’t be so distinctive. How to draw them though, that’s the catch. It takes a lot of practice to master it. The point is that our brains perceive the difference between shadow and light, thus creating a mental image of what we see, this contrast creates depth . Same thing happens in nature. This is only a mean of representing a tri-dimensional shape on a sheet of paper.

Even though it’s hard too match colors, you will definitely succeeded in choosing the right ones. It might not look easy but once you decide which road to go for, you’ll see how everything becomes an easy-playful task.

19. Animals portraits simplified to one line

Homesthetics

They are simple and very expressive, they transmit a lot of information through minimum effort and time.

20. Small critter showing emotion

We communicate 90% of our emotions and thoughts through our body language and only 10% through speech. Learning how to represent them in a drawing involves understanding how us humans express ourselves by shaping our lips, eyebrows or nose. That’s why emoticons are so popular. They can relate, though on a very superficial level, with how we feel our what we desire to say.

- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

21. Beautiful floral whale drawing

Homesthetics

23. Realistic elephant pencil drawing

These images of a snail were drawn while the artist kept his eyes closed. This goes to prove how much the relationship between the brain and the hands can develop through a lot of practice.

26. Stunning bird tattoo drawing

27. Delicate humming-bird drawing

28. Sculpting animals out of geometry

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After mastering the art of drawing, try to create your own distinctive style. There are no limits in art and anything that looks good is applauded.

29. Nature inspired animal shaped trees

I love the way the artist has perceived the natural world. Shaping trees as animals reveals a great amount of talent that comes from the heart.

30. Woman showcasing the perfect dress

- This inspiring book makes drawing in a realistic style...

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- Author: mark and Mary Willenbrink

- Mark Willenbrink, Mary Willenbrink

31. Shape iconic cartoon characters

32. The essence of a woman’s body

Our minds are designed to approximate and use memories to fill in the gaps. That’s why a simple curves line can in fact mean much more than you’d think at the first glance.

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33. Simple and expressive woman outline

34. Two one-line portraits kissing

35. Graphite face continous drawing

You might think you’ve seen better representations of the human body but try to do it with a single line and you will surely see it as a challenge.

36. Hatch in pencil brings white volume forward

Homesthetics

Use any means to shape the elements you wish to draw. Do not limit yourself to conventional methods and see the potential in any concept.

37. Girl on a swing remembering childhood

Bright colors suggest a scene full of life and happiness. Pastel and darker colors like this one suggest a rather sad setting, meant to express some powerful feelings.

38. Perfect woman portrait created through shade only

The difference between a drawing and the real world is that what surrounds us is not shaped by lines. You don’t see them in a photo either. Use only gradients and colors to create a more photo realistic image.

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39. The photo realistic incomplete portrait of a girl

40. Human eye embraced by mystical design motifs

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41. Delicate hatch shapes female portrait

42. Charming pen drawn eye and patterns

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43. Explore the beauty of the human body

Just like any other occupation, drawing requires skill and talent but through careful studying and understanding the process, anyone can master it and create wonderful images.

44. Human silhouette behind a matte glass surface

45. Woman sculpted by an endless line

Nowadays artists try to find the most unusual methods of expressing their thoughts. Some ideas are very original and stand out between conventional methods.

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46. Sketchy holding hands drawing

Draw with your heart, not your mind and the result will be much more original and personal. Keep in mind though that everything in nature is based on math and has a logic behind it.

47. Expressing emotions through the human body is an art

48. Simple and easy girls sketch

49. Splendid girl in a feather dress

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The beautiful may reside in the unknown, it may find refuge in the little things, the feathers on the dress and the butterfly in her hair are not just details, they make the design.

50. Love is in the little things

Even the simplest drawings evoke memories and feelings. It’s not the detailing that counts but it transmits to the viewer.

- The Master Guide to Drawing Anime How to Draw Original...

- Publisher: Drawing with Christopher Hart

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51. Drawing a dandelion is easy and playful

52. Fantastic fast sketching with elements for decoration

53. Leaf doodles showcasing nature`s diversity

54. Finding inspiration in fantasy fairy tales

55. Use geometric shapes to portray potted plants

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I would say this is becoming a trend. And a very appealing one. Creativity knows no boundaries.

57. Watercolor tree spring blossoms

Apart from the beautiful and expressive shapes the artist has created, the color shape a great ambiance, beautiful balance, a stunning image. Pay attention to color combinations and saturation. If you struggle to find the right ratio, seek inspiration in nature. It never fails.

60. Lily flower showing simmetry

61. Splendid flowers drawn in coal

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There are a variety of methods to define a shape. This example uses only lines that change their curvature according to the form and orientation of every leaf.

63. Black and white poppy flowers

64. Simple dandelion illustration

Seeking inspiration in nature is always a good advice for beginners and people who want to exercise their drawing skills. Once your hand will be used to draw what it sees, it will be much easier for you to express your thoughts and imagination.

65. Dandelion flower study illustration

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One flower is surely beautiful but imagine a dozen. It takes quite a lot of work but the result will most likely be worth hanging on the wall.

66. Cherry blossom studies through drawing

Especially if you’re a beginner, don’t go for the end result right away. Do some contouring first and then learn to enrich them with shades and colors.

69. Sculptural natural black and white body movement studies

If the shape you chose to draw is too complicated, divide it into smaller and easier to manage shapes and you’ll definitely succeed.

Homesthetics

70. The process of constructing a human face

Almost any shape can be reduced to simple geometric forms like spheres and cubes. Start by dividing the object into clear simple parts and then add the details.

71. Cat proportions and movement

72. Drawing an eye step by step

The most accessible way of drawing a complex shape is to firstly create a set of boundaries that define the general shape. Then, step by step, you get closer to fine details and rendering.

Homesthetics

It all starts with some basic contours. Artist rarely go straight to the fine detailing. Moreover, each part of the human body can be defined geometrically or it can at least be constrained to a geometric shape that is easier to draw. Afterwards, it’s all about imagination and talent.

The anime style has definitely established itself as a particular and special drawing style that is loved by people of all ages.

75. Basic anatomical studies of a ballerina

76. Alluring monochromatic mini landscapes

Carefully arranged, these amazing drawings would create a beautiful collection to beautify a wall or a nightstand. Either way, the artist has succeeded in creating very detailed images with simple means, through passion.

Homesthetics

If you can create awesome line designs, then start working on your color skills. A good sketch is always going to impress. Keep it simple.

78. Playing with rainbow colors

79. Time themed intriguing drawing

A result like this is definitely something personal. Nature isn’t mimicked but rather used to create something that only that drawer can imagine.

80. Using contrast to create a nighttime landscape

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If you look around you’ll notice that objects around us are not defined by straight or curved lines. Instead, what gives them shape are colors, textures and shadows. Our eyes perceive the difference between an illuminated surface and a shaded one.

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81. Find inspiration in the little things

Some artists create paintings unlike anything else. The more unusual they are, the harder it is to see what they wanted to express. Any viewer will look twice to try to understand its meaning.

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84. Candle drawing where white is negative

You can almost feel the heat of the flame right? That’s thanks to the contrast between the flame and the background.

85. Heart nurturing flowers and trees

86. The rebirth of a rib-cage into nature

87. Forest trees shaping a female portrait

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An artist surges inspiration from everything and unusual ideas, beautiful concepts, surface. A common drawing will not raise too many eyebrows but an exceptional concept will make everybody curious.

88. Light-bulb containing a sea universe

89. Sea world fairy-tale on paper

90. The spirit of adventure in a coffee mug

It looks so good I almost wish it was real! Grandma’s cookies are all that’s missing.

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91. Earth`s nature nurturing us

There’s a secret to representing any shape. Choose the one that fits your style the best and start practicing.

93. Creating small and cute drawings

94. Find inspiration in your personality

96. Cute girly designs for your spare time

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97. Turning a sketch into a detailed shape

99. Keep it simple, adventurer`s font

100. Wonderful mountain mini landscape drawing

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101. Stunning adventure letter design

Use this type of sketches for logo designs and commercials. By replacing some letters with symbols, the word gains a vibrant expression.

102. One tent and one pine tree

Even a small sketch like this one holds enough information to help you imagine the place wish you were there.

104. Hands holding the universe and earth

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105. Doodle scrabble collection

Simple drawings are not always easy to create. You have to be able to see the essence in every object to be able to represent it without details.

106. Tree house graphic illustration

107. Portray an emphasized moon

An artist must always be ready to create! Inspiration can come at any moment and it’s imperative that he takes advantage and lay’s down his ideas. Either that or he might stumble upon a wonderful landscape or image of a city that he wants to capture. Being able to draw on the spot requires practice and the ability to focus in any situation.

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108. Lovely Nightime landscape drawing

109. Traveling the mountains on foot

A sketch is sometimes worth more than a carefully drawn landscape. And, you only need a pen and a notebook.

110. Eyeball candle drawing burning life

111. REBIRTH – Fruitful Spine Nestling, Nurturing and Nourishing Nature

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The artistic world simply carries humanity forwards, in art we find refuge, in art we find balance. A simple line, a drop of ink, a brush swing, all parts of a greater effort that simply changes the world, in increments. It shapes an universe in which everything is possible, one in which color, line and texture are infinitely valuable and powerful.

Pick up your pencil and simply, draw.

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111 Best, Fun and Cool Things to Draw

There are many hobbies one can take up to fill up spare time, some go fishing or hiking whilst others embrace the arts, in the form of singing, dancing, writing or randomly building awesome wooden plane models. One of the most accessible and creative act is drawing though, unlike playing an instrument or skying which presume a certain investment and context for exercising your hobby, drawing only requires a blank sheet of paper and a pencil, for beginners at least. Those who have some experience can go a step further, buy some brushes, a palette and colors and . Drawing or sketching are activities that start with simple concepts that are easy to grasp and after a few attempts things will start to feel natural. Start with the basics, you`ll find inspiring cool all over, epic drawing ideas worth a shot; and here is where our selection comes in! In the section below numerous free step by step drawing tutorials have surfaced, all meant to encourage you to take on artistic endeavors.

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- Mark Baskinger, William Bardel

For those of you who are in the beginning, we have prepared some easy to draw, lovely ideas and we hope the examples in this article will give you fresh inspiration for upcoming projects, cast a glance.

1. Infinite underground world as refuge

Drawing is perhaps the best way to communicate our thoughts and imagination, along with music, sculpture or dancing. But, out of all the arts, drawing is perhaps the most accessible. All you need is a sheet of paper and a pen. Don’t hesitate and give it a try yourself!

2. Abstract shapes and patterns

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To find inspiration for a beautiful drawing like this one, just take a closer look at the nature around you. You’ll find beautiful patterns in flowers, leaves and snowflakes.

4. Swift atmosphere city sketch

Sometimes drawings can be support techniques and illustrations over an image. A camera can express reality with perfect accuracy. An artist might feel the need to challenge his imagination to create something new.

6. Dreaming of the perfect city

7. Small traditional homes sketched

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Some type of drawings, especially architectural ones require just enough information to express an idea, a place or a landscape. The viewers mind can fill in the gaps.

9. City sketch defined depth perspective

The world around us is different from the image that our brain creates. We perceive it through a process that altera shapes and colors known as perspective. If it where any other way, we wouldn’t be able to perceive distance and make the difference between two objects miles apart from each other. This is the first step to make a landscape realistic.

10. Inspiring shopfronts illustrated creatively

Looks so easy! Give it a go yourself and see how talented you are!

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11. Urban atmosphere sketch PORTRAYING European city

12. Jellyfishes swimming around

13. Fluffy baby penguin smiling

14. Cartoon-like alligator sketch

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15. The majestic playfulness of a fox

The wrinkles in the giraffe`s face are basically defining its shape, without them, it wouldn’t be so distinctive. How to draw them though, that’s the catch. It takes a lot of practice to master it. The point is that our brains perceive the difference between shadow and light, thus creating a mental image of what we see, this contrast creates depth . Same thing happens in nature. This is only a mean of representing a tri-dimensional shape on a sheet of paper.

Even though it’s hard too match colors, you will definitely succeeded in choosing the right ones. It might not look easy but once you decide which road to go for, you’ll see how everything becomes an easy-playful task.

19. Animals portraits simplified to one line

They are simple and very expressive, they transmit a lot of information through minimum effort and time.

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20. Small critter showing emotion

We communicate 90% of our emotions and thoughts through our body language and only 10% through speech. Learning how to represent them in a drawing involves understanding how us humans express ourselves by shaping our lips, eyebrows or nose. That’s why emoticons are so popular. They can relate, though on a very superficial level, with how we feel our what we desire to say.

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21. Beautiful floral whale drawing

23. Realistic elephant pencil drawing

Homesthetics

These images of a snail were drawn while the artist kept his eyes closed. This goes to prove how much the relationship between the brain and the hands can develop through a lot of practice.

26. Stunning bird tattoo drawing

27. Delicate humming-bird drawing

28. Sculpting animals out of geometry

After mastering the art of drawing, try to create your own distinctive style. There are no limits in art and anything that looks good is applauded.

Homesthetics

29. Nature inspired animal shaped trees

I love the way the artist has perceived the natural world. Shaping trees as animals reveals a great amount of talent that comes from the heart.

30. Woman showcasing the perfect dress

- This inspiring book makes drawing in a realistic style...

- Author: mark and Mary Willenbrink

Homesthetics

- Mark Willenbrink, Mary Willenbrink

31. Shape iconic cartoon characters

32. The essence of a woman’s body

Our minds are designed to approximate and use memories to fill in the gaps. That’s why a simple curves line can in fact mean much more than you’d think at the first glance.

33. Simple and expressive woman outline

Homesthetics

34. Two one-line portraits kissing

35. Graphite face continous drawing

You might think you’ve seen better representations of the human body but try to do it with a single line and you will surely see it as a challenge.

36. Hatch in pencil brings white volume forward

Use any means to shape the elements you wish to draw. Do not limit yourself to conventional methods and see the potential in any concept.

Homesthetics

37. Girl on a swing remembering childhood

Bright colors suggest a scene full of life and happiness. Pastel and darker colors like this one suggest a rather sad setting, meant to express some powerful feelings.

38. Perfect woman portrait created through shade only

The difference between a drawing and the real world is that what surrounds us is not shaped by lines. You don’t see them in a photo either. Use only gradients and colors to create a more photo realistic image.

39. The photo realistic incomplete portrait of a girl

Homesthetics

40. Human eye embraced by mystical design motifs

- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

41. Delicate hatch shapes female portrait

42. Charming pen drawn eye and patterns

43. Explore the beauty of the human body

Homesthetics

Just like any other occupation, drawing requires skill and talent but through careful studying and understanding the process, anyone can master it and create wonderful images.

44. Human silhouette behind a matte glass surface

45. Woman sculpted by an endless line

Nowadays artists try to find the most unusual methods of expressing their thoughts. Some ideas are very original and stand out between conventional methods.

46. Sketchy holding hands drawing

Homesthetics

Draw with your heart, not your mind and the result will be much more original and personal. Keep in mind though that everything in nature is based on math and has a logic behind it.

47. Expressing emotions through the human body is an art

48. Simple and easy girls sketch

49. Splendid girl in a feather dress

The beautiful may reside in the unknown, it may find refuge in the little things, the feathers on the dress and the butterfly in her hair are not just details, they make the design.

Homesthetics

50. Love is in the little things

Even the simplest drawings evoke memories and feelings. It’s not the detailing that counts but it transmits to the viewer.

- The Master Guide to Drawing Anime How to Draw Original...

- Publisher: Drawing with Christopher Hart

51. Drawing a dandelion is easy and playful

Homesthetics

52. Fantastic fast sketching with elements for decoration

53. Leaf doodles showcasing nature`s diversity

54. Finding inspiration in fantasy fairy tales

55. Use geometric shapes to portray potted plants

I would say this is becoming a trend. And a very appealing one. Creativity knows no boundaries.

Homesthetics

57. Watercolor tree spring blossoms

Apart from the beautiful and expressive shapes the artist has created, the color shape a great ambiance, beautiful balance, a stunning image. Pay attention to color combinations and saturation. If you struggle to find the right ratio, seek inspiration in nature. It never fails.

60. Lily flower showing simmetry

61. Splendid flowers drawn in coal

There are a variety of methods to define a shape. This example uses only lines that change their curvature according to the form and orientation of every leaf.

Homesthetics

63. Black and white poppy flowers

64. Simple dandelion illustration

Seeking inspiration in nature is always a good advice for beginners and people who want to exercise their drawing skills. Once your hand will be used to draw what it sees, it will be much easier for you to express your thoughts and imagination.

65. Dandelion flower study illustration

One flower is surely beautiful but imagine a dozen. It takes quite a lot of work but the result will most likely be worth hanging on the wall.

Homesthetics

66. Cherry blossom studies through drawing

Especially if you’re a beginner, don’t go for the end result right away. Do some contouring first and then learn to enrich them with shades and colors.

69. Sculptural natural black and white body movement studies

If the shape you chose to draw is too complicated, divide it into smaller and easier to manage shapes and you’ll definitely succeed.

70. The process of constructing a human face

Homesthetics

Almost any shape can be reduced to simple geometric forms like spheres and cubes. Start by dividing the object into clear simple parts and then add the details.

71. Cat proportions and movement

72. Drawing an eye step by step

The most accessible way of drawing a complex shape is to firstly create a set of boundaries that define the general shape. Then, step by step, you get closer to fine details and rendering.

It all starts with some basic contours. Artist rarely go straight to the fine detailing. Moreover, each part of the human body can be defined geometrically or it can at least be constrained to a geometric shape that is easier to draw. Afterwards, it’s all about imagination and talent.

Homesthetics

The anime style has definitely established itself as a particular and special drawing style that is loved by people of all ages.

75. Basic anatomical studies of a ballerina

76. Alluring monochromatic mini landscapes

Carefully arranged, these amazing drawings would create a beautiful collection to beautify a wall or a nightstand. Either way, the artist has succeeded in creating very detailed images with simple means, through passion.

If you can create awesome line designs, then start working on your color skills. A good sketch is always going to impress. Keep it simple.

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