How to Draw a Log Cabin easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Drawing lessons tutorial for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: Mrs. Johnson’s Art Lessons
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing the roof of the cabin. First, draw a large parallelogram – a rectangle with its short sides inclined in the same direction. Draw a line on a diagonal opposite from its top point. Between this line and the parallelogram, draw an upside down “V”. Connect the “V” to the existing lines in the corners. Draw a line parallel to the base of the parallelogram and connect it at the corners.
Draw the chimney, erase as necessary. Stick a rectangle on the roof. Next to it, wrap a trapezoid. Draw lines parallel to the vertices of these two shapes and connect them at the ends. Then enclose the partial rectangles on the sides of the chimney to indicate the bricks.
Draw logs of the front of the cabin. Draw an infinite number of straight, horizontal, parallel lines. Connect them with a curved line on one side and a small oval on the other.
Draw logs of the other side. Again, use parallel lines, connecting with short curved lines at the end.
Draw the ends of the logs that make up the back wall of the cabin. Extend the lines and connect them with small ovals. Attach the roof to the wall using a short straight line.
Draw the eaves. Paste the parallelogram in front of the cabin. Draw lines parallel to its two sides and connect them with short lines. Extend a small rectangle below each corner. Draw a vertical line next to each line and connect them with a short line. Finally, wrap the rectangular foundation underneath the side walls of the cabin.
Draw the door, erase as needed. Glue a rectangle to the front of the cabin. Draw two small rectangles on one of its faces to indicate the hinges. Use curved lines to enclose the door handle.
Draw a window on the sidewall, erasing as necessary. Wrap one rectangle inside another.
Lay the shingles on the roof by drawing overlapping “U” shaped lines.
Color your cartoon cabin. The wooden cabins are naturally brown, but they can be painted in any color.