365 drawing ideas for your sketchbook (2023)

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Here are 365 drawing ideas for inspiration: 1. View of the park 2. Hot air balloon 3. Autofoto 4. Leaves 5. bike 6. Hedgehog 7. Baseball and/or baseball glove 8. Obstschale 9. Tropical Fish 10. Skyscraper 11. Dragon 12. Guys 13. Vulkan 14. Sailboat 15. Very 16. Clouds 17th family member 18. Tiburon 19. Pena 20. Shirt 21. The kitchen 22. Satellite: 23. Penguin 24. Modeskizze 25. Aliens 26. Pirate Ship 27. Ice skating 28. war 29. Mariposa 30. Racing Car 31. Gatos 32. Dogs 33. Superhero 34. Cup of coffee or tea 35. Dinosaurs 36. Web-Icons 37. Pizza 38. Dandelion 39. Hairstyles 40. Necklace, bracelet or rings 41. Ice Cream Cone 42. Aquarium 43. Spukhaus 44. Bridge 45. Crazy Hats 46. ​​Chevron-Muster 47. Lampe 48th cruise 49. Planets in space 50. Eyes 51. Caricature 52. Shoes 53. Dream Catcher 54. Rocket 55. Indoor plants 56. Inspirational Quote 57. Guitar 58. Deciduous trees 59. Circus clown 60. Fairytale 61. Bottles 62. What was the last time you ate? 63. You: 64. Books 65. Elephants 66. Camp scene 67. Tiger 68. Rosen 69. Zebra 70. Monster 71. Globus 72. Leiter 73. Peacock 74. The Ocean 75. Krokodil oder Kaiman 76. One o'clock 77. Gumball machine 78. Giraffes 79. Blisters 80. Sportsman 81. Airplane 82. Sunflowers 83. Berge 84. Bathtub 85. Herbs 86. Family Heirlooms 87. Pat 88. Wild flowers 89. Spider 90. Drawing Materials 91. Luca 92. Animals of the forest 93. The hippie 94. Ostrich 95. Torte 96. Owner 97. Money 98. Cookware and cookware 99. Your house 100. Radio 101. Fast food 102. Telephone 103. Tools 104. Arrows 105. Gominolas 106. Gamecontroller 107. Can of Soup 108. Fireworks 109. Waldszene 110. Astrological signs and symbols 111. Banner 112. Wrist watch 113. Nuts, bolts and other tools 114. Typewriter 115. Hares or rabbits 116. Hera 117. Machines 118. Garden tools 119. City silhouettes 120. What's on your desk? 121. Pina 122. Hearts 123. Trem 124. Lawn mower 125. Hourglass 126. Scissors 127. PO box 128. Ticket 129. Circles 130. Vineyards 131. X-ray 132. Tunnel 133. People at work 134. Stairs 135. Playground 136. Vertebrae 137. Dancing 138. Sunglasses or glasses 139. Hills and valleys 140. Rocks and Stones 141. Parish 142. Triangles 143. Cows 144. Sapo 145. Spool of Thread and Other Sewing Basics 146. Tomato 147. Squares and Rectangles 148. Teapot 149. Lampe 150. Party Supplies 151. Railway tracks 152. Veranda 153. Rainbow 154. Limonadenstand 155. Piano 156. Corridor 157. Clock wheels 158. Tacos 159. Color and brush 160. Faces with different emotions 161. Plates 162. Fuente 163. Puzzle pieces 164. Mono 165. Anjos 166. Manos 167. Pair of socks 168. Purse or purse 169. Umbrella 170. Beach music 171. Bowling Ball and Pin 172. Rollercoaster 173. Witch 174. Headphones 175. Geist 176. Clipboard 177. King or Queen 178. Graffiti 179. Ladybug 180. Abstract Line Art 181. Sirens 182. Toy 183. Junk drawer 184. Bus station 185. Rucksack 186. Mushrooms 187. Cactus 188. Tortuga 189. Shells 190. Photo frame 191. Puerta 192. Legumes 193. Quilt 194. Sunrise/Sunset 195. Bandera 196. Timbre 197. French fries 198. Your closet 199. Old photographs 200. Fuego 201. Raindrops 202nd card 203. Optical illusions 204. Snowman 205. Steampunk 206. Seagulls 207. Calculator 208. Chickens 209. Historical scene 210. The library 211. Your grocery store 212. Pot of something 213. Numbers 214. Your bed 215. Impossible world 216. The dialogue bubble 217. Farm or Barn Scene 218. Labyrinth 219. Pipa 220. Astronaut 221. Fios 222. Data 223. Pumpkins 224th floors 225. Scene from a dream 226. Banco 227. Garten 228. Jeans 229. Wild West Scene 230. Children playing 231. Silhouette 232. Rad 233. Baby/Kind 234. Nilpferd 235. And 236. Favorite animated/cartoon character 237. Camera 238. Mad Scientist's Laboratory 239. Wood texture 240. Dwarves 241. Life underground 242. Ears 243. Trainer 244. Holiday Scenes 245. Letters 246. The park 247. Scene from the movie. 248. Xylophon 249. City street scene 250th prize or trophy 251. Sterne 252nd truck 253. Skeleton or skull 254. Aves 255. Freund 256. Detergents 257. It happens 258. Sleigh ride 259. Puerta 260. Diamonds 261. Favorite things 262. Owner 263. School 264. Abandoned warehouse 265. Spices for cooking 266. Your favorite place from childhood 267. Blumenvase 268. Resort 269. News headline 270. Pueblo 271. Silla 272. Horse 273. Battery 274. Exercise postures 275. Something that smells good 276. Illustrate words of onomatopoeia 277. Detective 278. Mythological Creatures 279. Games 280. Picnic 281. Owl 282. Your favorite decade 283. Flashlight 284. Bathroom cabinet 285. Language 286. Rockstar 287. Party animals 288. Attic 289. Happy couple 290. Barrio 291. Bar or restaurant 292. Time machine 293. Corridor 294. Tree house 295. Museum 296. Boxes 297. Robot 298. Glas 299. Mechanical workshop 300th Helicopter 301. Brick wall 302. Faro 303. Gifts and presents 304. Christmas tree 305. Tower 306. Hotels 307. Ant Farm 308th Battle 309. Waterfall 310. Remote control 311. Bakery 312. Mala 313. Tierra 314. Send her 315. Cassette 316. Altes Auto 317. Castillo 318. Blitz 319. Beaver 320. Crowd 321. Espada 322. Compass 323. Pig 324. Lobo 325. Anker 326. Donut 327. Hummingbird 328. Statues and Sculptures 329. Zipper 330. TV 331. UFO 332. Scarecrow 333. Sniper 334. Chameleon 335. Jellyfish 336. Einhorn 337. Fuego 338. Weathervane 339. Palme 340. Tropical Forests 341. Lonely Island 342. Snowflakes 343. Ball or Ball 344. Goldfish 345. DNA-Helix 346. Lua 347. Trapeze Artist 348. Atoms and Molecules 349. Carousel 350. Hut or Cabin in the Forest 351. Buttons 352. Olla de Oro 353. Doctor's office 354. Panda berries 355. Building Blocks 356. Wheel of Fortune 357.Turkey 358. Lollipops and candies 359. Busse 360. Flamenco 361. Scream 362. Strawberry 363. Sandburg 364. Turntable 365. Wand Join our Facebook group! FAQs Videos

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Need ideas on what to draw in your sketchbook? This list of 365 drawing ideas is sure to inspire you to doodle, sketch, or sketch something every day of the year, whether you use ink, pen, pencil, or charcoal to create.

You can choose to draw one drawing per day, go through the list in order, or just jump right in and pick the ones you like the most!

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Here are 365 drawing ideas for inspiration:

1. View of the park

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Parks are a great source of design inspiration. Snap some of your own reference photos of landmarks, benches, and scenes that catch your eye, or spend some time in the park with your sketchbook sketching out the different scenes you observe.

2. Hot air balloon

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Hot air balloons in the sky are mesmerizing to look at and learning to draw can be a beautiful and whimsical thing. While it's not common to see one walking past one in real life anymore, there are plenty of photos you can use as a reference.

3. Autofoto

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Take a picture of yourself or try to draw yourself while looking in the mirror.

4. Leaves

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You can see leaves on the ground in the fall or notice them on the trees in the spring and summer. Select a few different leaf shapes to draw.

5. bike

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They say that once you learn to ride a bike, you never forget it. So why not try the same when learning to draw a bicycle. You can make it realistic or just create a fun doodle.

6. Hedgehog

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Hedgehogs are adorable spiny creatures most commonly found in Europe, Asia, Africa and New Zealand. Draw one today!

7. Baseball and/or baseball glove

In fact, this was an assignment we had in high school to practice realistic sketching and shading with nothing more than a #2 pencil.

8. Obstschale

The classic fruit bowl still life might not seem like the most creative idea to draw, but have you tried it? You will be surprised. You can also draw a still life with bananas, oranges, apples or grapes.

9. Tropical Fish

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There are so many types of tropical fish to consider to get an idea of ​​what is easy to draw - choose between an angelfish, clownfish or even a butterflyfish!

10. Skyscraper

We see so many great examples of skyscraper architecture in our cities that there are endless sources of inspiration for the types of skyscrapers you can design. Take your sketchbook to a nearby city or spend some time sketching famous skyscrapers like the Bank of China Tower, Taipei 101 or the Chrysler Building.

11. Dragon

Dragons are mythical creatures that have been the subject of drawings since ancient times. Draw a dragon with a knight in shining armor, a Chinese dragon, or even a friendly dragon helping you roast marshmallows.

12. Guys

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Unleash the power of your creativity by drawing some keys! You can choose to draw the keys the old fashioned way or draw a sketch of the keys on your wallet or house key.

13. Vulkan

Have you ever seen a volcano in real life? Even if you've only seen a film or photograph, they can be fascinating subjects for art and sketches.

14. Sailboat

Sailboats are often seen on lakes and marinas and can have all sorts of cute designs on the sails.

15. Very

Draw a teddy bear, a grizzly bear or a grizzly bear - whatever you want!

16. Clouds

Lie on a blanket in your yard or in a park and spend some time looking at the clouds for inspiration on what to draw.

17th family member

You can pose as a family member while drawing a portrait of them, or draw a portrait based on a photo of someone you know.

18. Tiburon

What can I say about the sharks? They have big teeth, live in the ocean and can be very fun and popular to draw.

19. Pena

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Birds of a Feather...they are great to draw! You can turn them into an icon style or try to recreate a realistic pen on paper.

20. Shirt

Surely you have a t-shirt in your closet that would make a great drawing subject.

21. The kitchen

Kitchens are where food is prepared and are often overlooked as the perfect place to sketch and take a peek at everyday life.

22. Satellite:

Constantly in orbit around our earth, the satellites are very cool looking items with lots of different geometric lines that you can use to develop your drawing skills.

23. Penguin

Penguins are sea birds that mostly live in cold climates. They don't fly, but they sure do love to swim!

24. Modeskizze

What's trending in the fashion world? Create your own fashion designs or get inspiration from some of the best fashion designers to create your own fashion sketches.

25. Aliens

The best thing about aliens as a drawing idea? You can make them look whatever you can imagine as it is very rare to see them in real life.

26. Pirate Ship

Hello friend! Great for drawing in your sketchbook, pirate ships can be realistic or create your own cartoon.

27. Ice skating

The good thing about drawing a skateboard is that it's not as intimidating as trying to ice skate.

28. war

Celebrate today by designing a beautiful cake! You can choose how many layers, what type of frosting and what type of topper suits the occasion. There are so many design ideas for the type of cake you bake!

29. Mariposa

There are so many different types of beautiful butterflies that you can draw, such as monarch butterflies or swallowtail butterflies.

30. Racing Car

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Vroom vroom, race cars are built for speed. Design your favorite race car type, be it a classic Derby style car or a race car fit for the Nascar tournament.

31. Gatos

If you have a cat you can draw a portrait of your own pet or of course make a cartoon cat - we all know and love Garfield the Cat and his fondness for lasagna.

32. Dogs

With over 190 dog breeds registered by the American Kennel Club, drawing just another type of dog could almost be a daily challenge.

33. Superhero

It's a bird, it's a plane... it's Superman! Draw one of your favorite superheroes or create your own!

34. Cup of coffee or tea

If you drink coffee or tea every day, you better make a sketch, right? Not a coffee or tea drinker? You can always scoop a glass of water.

35. Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs... roar! Draw a Tyrannosaurus Rex, Brontosaurus, Triceratops, Pterodactyl, or Velociraptor if you want. There are so many great dinosaurs for sketchbook inspiration!

36. Web-Icons

Web icons have become so commonplace that we see them everywhere online. Draw some icons for your favorite social media channels or visit a site likeflaticon.comfor inspiration!

37. Pizza

Drawing pizza can be a lot of fun, especially since you get to choose the ingredients! Would you like to make a veggie pizza, pepperoni pizza or maybe a Hawaiian pineapple and ham pizza?

38. Dandelion

Every child knows that if you blow on a dandelion and make a wish, your wish will come true, much to the dismay of gardeners everywhere, who see them as weeds. These edible flowers are a great easy drawing idea.

39. Hairstyles

Style a braid, an updo, or even Medusa-inspired snake hair if you like.

40. Necklace, bracelet or rings

Jewelry can be a very interesting thing to sketch or draw, especially if it has a special meaning to you, such as: a necklace or ring passed down to you by family or given to you by someone special.

41. Ice Cream Cone

Ice cream comes in all kinds of flavors and of course there are many different shapes and sizes of cones to choose from, whether it's cake cones, sugar cones or waffle cones!

42. Aquarium

Aquariums are beautiful habitats for all types of fish and can contain plants or even decorative items.

43. Spukhaus

It doesn't have to be Halloween to have fun drawing a spooky haunted house. Don't forget details like broken windows and lopsided railings, and maybe even a few peeking ghosts.

44. Bridge

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Whether you're drawing a beautiful covered bridge scene or a bridge spanning a river or harbor through the city, bridges provide plenty of architectural inspiration to use as drawing ideas!

45. Crazy Hats

Go ahead, give yourself permission to be a mad hatter and create as many crazy hats as you can imagine!

46. ​​Chevron-Muster

Chevrons are fun to draw and there are so many different pattern variations to try!

47. Lampe

You can draw a chandelier, a bedside lamp, or even a lava lamp!

48th cruise

The cruises are designed to bring tourists to see the sights and scenes along the ocean shore. Draw a view from the platform or draw a view from one that you can see passing along the shore.

49. Planets in space

Draw a single planet like Mars, Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Neptune or Jupiter or draw the entire solar system!

50. Eyes

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They say that the eyes are the window to the soul and it is true that you can tell a lot about a person's feelings and thoughts by the look of their eyes. Draw your own eyes or draw the mesmerizing eyes of different animals.

51. Caricature

A cartoon is a type of drawing in which something about the subject is exaggerated to be funny. For example, if your friend likes to knit or crochet, you might overdo it with the ball of yarn in hand. Use this drawing idea to create a fun sketch of your friends, family, or even a pet or a celebrity.

52. Shoes

Everyone needs hiking shoes, so take that pair of shoes you wear every day and style them!

53. Dream Catcher

Dream catchers are said to catch bad dreams and keep nightmares at bay. They are so much fun to draw!

54. Rocket

Fly to the moon or a galaxy far, far away in your very own spaceship that you can design with this simple drawing idea.

55. Indoor plants

Whether it's a succulent, an aloe vera plant, or a terrarium, having something green growing in your home can be a great source of inspiration for design ideas.

56. Inspirational Quote

Practice your writing by illustrating one of your favorite quotes, sayings, or lines from a poem.

57. Guitar

Guitars are stringed instruments that can instantly get us tapping our feet and singing. You can choose to draw an acoustic guitar or an electric guitar.

58. Deciduous trees

Deciduous trees are the type of trees that lose their leaves in winter. Examples are oak, maple, cherry and ash trees. You can choose the season in which the tree should be displayed: is it spring, winter, summer or autumn?

59. Circus clown

Clowns can be funny, happy, sad... or even scary! You decide what to draw with this drawing indicator.

60. Fairytale

Illustrate a scene from your favorite fairy tale. Some examples are Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood or Hansel and Gretel.

61. Bottles

Bottles come in all shapes and sizes. You can draw a message in a bottle, soda bottles, apothecary bottles and much more.

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62. What was the last time you ate?

What you ate for breakfast, lunch or dinner is an easy and obvious drawing idea, but not many people think of doing it and putting it in a sketchbook is a great idea.

63. You:

Parrots are colorful, tropical birds, so grab your crayons or some paint to bring them to life in your journal.

64. Books

What is your favorite book? You can choose to draw a stack of books or the cover of a recently read and liked book.

65. Elephants

They say an elephant never forgets and when you draw one you have a picture to remember an elephant forever!

66. Camp scene

If you want to draw a trailer or a tent, draw a camping scene. Don't forget the campfire and marshmallows!

67. Tiger

Tigers are large cats with interesting patterns of black and orange stripes, making them the perfect motif for a page in your sketchbook.

68. Rosen

Cartoon shaped roses are easy to draw - they're just a spiral and a circle. Or challenge your skills to draw a realistic rose with petals and stems - just watch out for the thorns!

69. Zebra

Native to Africa, zebras are another interesting animal to draw, best known for their black and white stripes.

70. Monster

Could a monster be hiding under your bed or in your closet? Probably not, but you never know why you should draw a bigger, friendlier monster to protect you and scare off all other monsters.

71. Globus

You may remember globes from your school and they make great drawing objects, especially if you're a travel or geography buff.

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72. Leiter

In normal life we ​​see steps everywhere, be it in your house, in a park or maybe even a spiral staircase along a water tower like in the photo above that I took in a park near my house.

73. Peacock

My grandparents had peacocks when I was a kid and they are absolutely beautiful and amazing birds with detailed feathers perfect for drawing!

74. The Ocean

You can create an underwater scene complete with coral and sea creatures like whales, squid and more.

75. Krokodil oder Kaiman

Crocodiles have a longer, V-shaped snout, while alligators have broad, U-shaped snouts. Either way, you could draw a beautiful crocodile or an alligator in your journal, maybe even both!

76. One o'clock

What time is it? There's always time to draw something every day! Draw a bell tower, wall clock or alarm clock.

77. Gumball machine

Designing a gumball machine can be a lot of fun, and of course there's no rule about filling it with gum: you can always fill it with a different type of candy, after all it's your design!

78. Giraffes

Known for their long necks, don't forget the third horn on their heads. We love visiting giraffes named Louis and Socks at the local zoo where we live.

79. Blisters

Bubbles are great drawing ideas as they are relatively easy for beginners and you can fill an entire page with bubbles in no time.

80. Sportsman

do you have a favorite sport? Draw a player in action, be it soccer, baseball, American football, hockey or badminton.

81. Airplane

There are so many options for what you can draw with an airplane, be it the exterior of the plane, the interior, the view out the window, or even the cockpit.

82. Sunflowers

Sunflowers are bright, cheerful, and one of my favorite flowers to look at in the summer sun.

83. Berge

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Try this mountain drawing idea by drawing a Rocky Mountain or Appalachia mountain landscape.

84. Bathtub

Rub-a-dub Dub, pull a bathtub! Don't forget your rubber ducky!

85. Herbs

There are so many great herbs you can use for drawing. If you grow your own fresh herbs, set them up so you can draw them like a real object, or use reference photos for herbs like basil, rosemary, and thyme.

86. Family Heirlooms

Family heirlooms are always special, and what better way to preserve them than to sketch them in your art journal?

87. Pat

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If you're lucky, you might even see these waterfowl at a nearby park or lake, but there are plenty of reference photos. You can even use the photo I took here of a duck if you want some inspiration!

88. Wild flowers

Create a beautiful wildflower meadow or take inspiration from botanists throughout history who have meticulously sketched and documented wildflowers in the field.

89. Spider

Someone once told me that I don't draw a very serious spider, so I gave this spider a briefcase, a tie, and his own private office with a certificate, just to show how serious he is.

90. Drawing Materials

Now you have the perfect drawing motif in your hands: a pen, pencil, inkwell or charcoal set are ideal for drawing.

91. Luca

Fairies are beautiful little human-like creatures that have wings and can fly.

92. Animals of the forest

Draw a deer, raccoon, fox, squirrel or other forest animal with this drawing idea.

93. The hippie

While you can't own and live in a hippie van, you can design one, and that's the best part.

94. Ostrich

Drawing ostriches is fun and you can decide whether to bury your head in the sand or not! {Of course *they don't*, but that's fine with drawing, you can use your imagination!}

95. Torte

Whether it's a slice of your favorite cake or everything, your mouth will be watering when you're done drawing!

96. Owner

Eggs are a great way to practice shading and depth of detail. And don't think that you are only limited to white eggs like the ones you find in the supermarket, you can always make them in different colors and sizes or decorate them with patterns and shapes!

97. Money

Take a dollar bill or some loose change and try to draw it. This is a great way to practice shading, depth, and more if you want to create realistic drawings.

98. Cookware and cookware

Don't you use the blender that often? It's the perfect opportunity to finally use it as a cartoon theme! You can also sketch your pots and pans, cutlery or other kitchen items that you have around the house.

99. Your house

Where we live is a great idea what to draw and you can choose to draw indoors or outdoors.

100. Radio

Vintage radios are fascinating objects and often still work in today's world of digital media. Get yourself a classic vintage radio or maybe even design a 90's style boombox.

101. Fast food

You know the drill: soda, hamburger and fries.

102. Telephone

We carry smartphones with us almost every day, why not draw it in your sketchbook and document it? Or draw an old rotary phone to remind you of the days before cell phones.

103. Tools

You can draw a hammer, screwdriver, drill, saw, wrench or the entire tool box.

104. Arrows

There are so many different types of arrows you can try drawing, whether it's arrow doodles or drawing a realistic bow and arrow set.

105. Gominolas

Known for their unique shape, variety of colors, jelly beans are most commonly found in Easter baskets. They are a great drawing idea!

106. Gamecontroller

are you a gamer Whether it's a Play Station, X-Box, gaming keyboard or old Atari controller, design a game controller that reminds you of your favorite video games.

107. Can of Soup

Get inspired by Andy Warhol and try to draw a can of soup.

108. Fireworks

Make your paper sky for a colorful display of light patterns.

109. Waldszene

Think trees, moss-covered rocks, and maybe even a stream meandering through a wooded setting perfect for a landscape sketch.

110. Astrological signs and symbols

What's your sign? For example, you could draw a Pisces-Pisces, Libra-Libra, Scorpio-Scorpio, or Sagittarius-Archer.

111. Banner

Designing banners is so much fun and you can make them as fancy as you like. I love drawing banners in my art journals!

112. Wrist watch

do you wear a watch Whether it's a smartwatch or a classic watch, draw a wristwatch in your sketchbook.

113. Nuts, bolts and other tools

Walk down an aisle at a hardware store or search your garage for nuts, bolts, and other small items for sketching and drawing.

114. Typewriter

There's something cool about a typewriter, even if it doesn't make much sense in today's digital age... it's definitely fun to draw!

115. Hares or rabbits

Bunnies and bunnies are fluffy, soft and fluffy. I had one as a kid!

116. Hera

Often sprawling along a wall, window or trellis, ivy is best known for its beautiful leaf shapes - perfect for drawing in your sketchbook!

117. Machines

We see all kinds of machines in our daily lives, from the washing machine to the dishwasher to the oven that keeps our homes warm. You can also invent your own machine!

118. Garden tools

A garden shovel, gloves, trowel, etc. are examples of common gardening tools that are the perfect subject for still life drawing ideas.

119. City silhouettes

Draw the outline of a city silhouette, whether it's a local city you live in or a city you plan to visit one day.

120. What's on your desk?

Take a look at what's on your desk today and draw it no matter how messy your desk may be!

121. Pina

The cones were called pine cones because their appearance resembles a pine cone. Often considered a symbol of friendship, these tropical fruits are perfect for coloring!

122. Hearts

You can choose to draw wavy hearts or draw an anatomically correct representation of a human heart.

123. Trem

The first steam train was invented in 1804 and many people were afraid to ride it. Trains are still used today for transport and shipping. You can build a passenger train or a freight train. Draw a single wagon, locomotive or wagon!

124. Lawn mower

My husband is always talking about fixing his broken lawn mower so I had to put him on this list. You can draw a lawn mower or lawn mower or even a commercial lawn mower.

125. Hourglass

An hourglass is a type of sand-filled timer that you've probably seen most often in board games.

126. Scissors

As a basic and important stationery, drawing realistic scissors can be harder than you think!

127. PO box

Everyone gets mail, so why not outline your mailbox?

128. Ticket

Have you recently attended an event for which you needed a ticket? Draw or sketch this note in your sketchbook.

129. Circles

Circles might seem like a mundane drawing idea, but there are so many great ideas for drawing circle patterns and circles of different sizes!

130. Vineyards

If you're lucky enough to have a vineyard nearby, you can find tons of inspiration for sketching and sketching vines! Many different grape varieties also grow on trees.

131. X-ray

X-rays allow us to see inside someone or something. You can draw an x-ray view of a person or object.

132. Tunnel

Tunnels are a great way to practice perspective drawing, especially when drawing the view from one end of a tunnel to the other.

133. People at work

Millions of people go to work every day. This could be construction workers, people in your office, or even the cashiers at the store.

134. Stairs

Stairs are another great exercise in perspective drawing. There are also many different types of ladders, from stepladders to color ladders to imaginary ladders leading into the clouds.

135. Playground

Draw a swing, a slide, the sight in the sandbox of a nearby park or playground where you live.

136. Vertebrae

Swirls are fun to draw and they can be very meditative and addictive! Fill a page with swirls or practice drawing some swirls.

137. Dancing

Draw people dancing, making sure their clothes and dance moves reflect the type of music they're dancing to.

138. Sunglasses or glasses

Put a pair of sunglasses or glasses on a table and start drawing them.

139. Hills and valleys

Rolling hills and valleys can add a lot of visual interest to a typical landscape sketch.

140. Rocks and Stones

Are you a stone collector? Have you ever been to a rocky beach or noticed rocks along a riverbank? Take your time drawing the details of rocks or stones.

141. Parish

Good fences make good neighbors, according to the poet Robert Frost. They also make great design themes, whether it's a white fence, a split rail fence, or a wrought iron fence.

142. Triangles

There are so many different types of patterns you can create with just a simple triangle!

143. Cows

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Low! Cows can be found on farms around the world and are great for drawing - this calf sketch is so cute!

144. Sapo

There are over 6,300 known species of frogs in the world, which means you have many choices as to what type of frog you want to draw. Draw a tree frog, bullfrog, African clawed frog, or any other frog of your choice.

145. Spool of Thread and Other Sewing Basics

do you have a sewing box A simple spool of thread and other sewing supplies can make a great still life.

146. Tomato

Some people love tomatoes, others can give them up. In any case, they are an excellent drawing motif.

147. Squares and Rectangles

Drawing squares and rectangles offers many opportunities to discover new patterns in your doodles. Tip: Use a ruler for straight lines!

148. Teapot

How about a good relaxation tea? Draw a teapot in your journal.

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149. Lampe

As a symbol of creativity and ideas, lightbulbs are an invention that we still rely heavily on today. Try to draw something in a lightbulb to solve a lighting challenge.

150. Party Supplies

What does it take to throw a party? You can style party hats, make some noise, or keep it simple with party food.

151. Railway tracks

Train tracks are quite dangerous, so I don't suggest trying to get close to them to draw them, but there are plenty of images you can use for reference and they're a great exercise in perspective.

152. Veranda

Balconies are cozy gathering places for company and the perfect setting for drawing.

153. Rainbow

Rainbows are easy to draw and a great excuse to use colored pencils. An easy way to remember the order of colors is Roy G. Biv's acronym: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and purple.

154. Limonadenstand

Every kid dreams of owning a lemonade stand one day, and now you have a chance to finally design the lemonade stand of their dreams.

155. Piano

You play piano? You can choose to draw a close-up of the keys, a piano player, an upright piano, or a baby grand.

156. Corridor

Interior hallways can be a great way to practice perspective drawing, especially if the hallway has a lot of doors or wall decorations.

157. Clock wheels

What's in a watch? Lots of little pieces of equipment that create fun and easy drawing ideas.

158. Tacos

It doesn't have to be Taco Tuesday to draw a taco. Fill this bowl with all your favorite toppings and toppings!

159. Color and brush

Get out your paints and brushes to create a still life of an artist at work.

160. Faces with different emotions

In portraits we often see happy people; Try drawing faces with different emotions, such as B. Anger, sadness, frustration or calm.

161. Plates

Plates can come in all sorts of patterns and styles, which can be fantastic creative inspiration.

162. Fuente

Whether it's an external or internal font, there are all sorts of cool details to capture when drawing a font.

163. Puzzle pieces

Puzzles are always fun. Take a puzzle from the game shelf and spread out some pieces to draw and draw them.

164. Mono

You probably can't have a pet monkey like Curious George in real life, but you can always draw your own character.

165. Anjos

Angels are majestic divine beings of light and a fantastic source of inspiration for sketches and drawings.

166. Manos

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One of the great things about drawing hands is that you always have a realistic model on you! Try different poses or hold different objects.

167. Pair of socks

Got a pair of crazy socks? You can draw a pair of socks you already have or create your own crazy sock designs.

168. Purse or purse

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We use bags all the time in our daily lives, be it a tote bag or a bag to hold your keys, wallet and more. Draw the bag yourself or draw a fashion sketch of a person carrying a bag.

169. Umbrella

Rainy days are much more bearable when you have a good umbrella to keep you dry!

170. Beach music

The beach is a relaxing and tranquil place to sit with a sketchbook and sketch the view.

171. Bowling Ball and Pin

Bowling can be a lot of fun, and drawing a bowling ball and skittles is good drawing practice.

172. Rollercoaster

Do you have a favorite roller coaster? You can design a realistic recreation of a roller coaster you love or create your own with lots of ups and downs, twists and turns.

173. Witch

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We often associate witches with evil and scary old women, but Glenda, the good witch from The Wizard of Oz, reminds us that not all witches are evil.

174. Headphones

Do you like listening to music? Don't forget to pull out your headphones.

175. Geist

Do ghosts really exist? How do you look? Now's your chance to draw one!

176. Clipboard

Pick up a handful of paperclips from your desk and draw on them.

177. King or Queen

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You can draw a king or queen from the story or even imagine yourself as a king or queen during the day.

178. Graffiti

Graffiti is a unique art form and perfectly legal on paper.

179. Ladybug

Ladybugs are cute and useful insects in every garden.

180. Abstract Line Art

Use this as an opportunity to draw lines or have fun experimenting with different line angles on paper.

181. Sirens

Mermaids, fictional characters who live under the sea, have long captured the imagination of sailors and storytellers alike.

182. Toy

Do you have toys from your childhood? Take them out and draw them.

183. Junk drawer

Everyone has a junk drawer, that place where things kind of end up. Go to your junk drawer and pick some random objects to draw on.

184. Bus station

Have you been traveling lately? The streets are always something interesting to draw.

185. Rucksack

What's in your backpack? Whether you're a hiker, a student, or you carry your laptop in a backpack, there are many different styles and shapes to draw from!

186. Mushrooms

Did you know that there are more than 10,000 different types of mushrooms? This gives you plenty of options for what you want to draw, whether you're drawing realistic mushrooms or fantasy-style mushrooms in an enchanted forest.

187. Cactus

Whether you have a cactus in your home or want to be inspired by a desert landscape, cacti make great design themes.

188. Tortuga

Don't be shy, draw a turtle! You can make it realistic, cartoonish, or anything in between.

189. Shells

Seashells are plentiful all over the world and they come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, giving you lots of creative options to explore when it comes to styling them.

190. Photo frame

Every work of art needs a good frame and this is great inspiration for creating doodle frames or designing artful frames inspired by vintage and vintage photo displays.

191. Puerta

Where does the door lead? You can draw a garden gate, a portal to a new portal, or maybe a door to a spooky haunted hole.

192. Legumes

Don't want to eat your veggies? Draw them instead!

193. Quilt

I am always fascinated by the details of patchwork quilts. You can try drawing different quilt block designs or even get crazy quilt inspiration by adorning each patch with intricate stitching and embroidery!

194. Sunrise/Sunset

The sun rises and sets every day and that in itself is amazing! What is a subscription message list without sunset or sunrise?

195. Bandera

You can draw your state or country flag or draw different flags from around the world.

196. Timbre

There are many different types of bells, from church spires to school bells to jingle bells.

197. French fries

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Need a snack? Next time you reach for that bag of chips, hit it!

198. Your closet

Open the closet doors and draw a scene from your current wardrobe. I hope you don't find too many skeletons there!

199. Old photographs

Old photos are great ideas for drawing reference photos, especially if they show historical lifestyles.

200. Fuego

Heat things up by drawing flames or fire. You can draw a campfire, a fire in a fireplace, or flames enveloping another object.

201. Raindrops

Raindrops have their own shape and there are so many different ways to interpret that! You can create raindrop patterns or try to realistically capture what raindrops would look like on a pane of glass or when they fall and hit the ground.

202nd card

The choice is yours: create a map of where you live, places you've been, or maybe even a completely fictional, imaginary fantasy world.

203. Optical illusions

Optical illusions play with lines, shadows and depth to create images that are not always what they seem. Play around with different ideas until you come up with a design that makes you think twice.

204. Snowman

Do you want to draw a snowman? You can make your snowman as elaborate or as simple as you like!

205. Steampunk

Steampunk is a kind of science fiction where everything is powered by steam. Think gears, flying devices, and all sorts of weird inventions. Do you prefer to draw characters? You can also draw people in steampunk costumes!

206. Seagulls

These birds can be loud, squeaky and annoying at the beach, but they are still beautiful to look at and the perfect subject to draw on.

207. Calculator

We spend a lot of time on computers, so take a break from the digital world and grab this sketchpad!

208. Chickens

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Chickens come in all varieties: The American Poultry Association recognizes more than 50 different breeds of chicken. You can choose to make this as simple or as complex as you like!

209. Historical scene

Illustrating scenes from history is always fun, especially if you choose to depict a time before cameras were invented, namely 1816.

210. The library

Visit your local library and bring your sketchbook! You can choose to draw the outside of the building or sit at a table where you have a good view of the rows and rows of books.

211. Your grocery store

Grocery shopping is a daily necessity and it is likely that you have gone to the supermarket at least once in the last year. Draw some of the hallways, a supermarket window, or draw the exterior of the building.

212. Pot of something

Everything in mason jars is all the rage when it comes to decorating, or maybe you're like me and love a pickle jar with bread and butter or homemade jam.

213. Numbers

You don't have to be a mathematician to realize that there are so many different ways to draw numbers! Practice calligraphy in different styles or use simple numbers as a basis for more elaborate scrawling.

214. Your bed

Researchers estimate that the average person spends around 26 years of their life in bed...which is a lot of time to sleep! Give your bed the credit it deserves by illustrating it in your sketchbook.

215. Impossible world

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Maybe there is an imaginary world where fish are flying in the sky or the moon is under water... make up an imaginary fantasy world and draw it!

216. The dialogue bubble

How do you convey spoken words in your drawings? With speech bubbles, of course! You can draw them comic style or practice making new patterns with a simple speech bubble shape.

217. Farm or Barn Scene

The barn is an iconic image of the landscape, and no wonder: these huge buildings serve as storage for farm equipment and domestic animals. Draw a barn!

218. Labyrinth

A maze is a tortuous path that leads to the center of a character. They are traditionally circular and are often used for contemplation and meditation at normal times.

219. Pipa

Fly a kite! And if there's no wind or you don't have a kite, you can always draw one! Again, there are so many different shapes and types to choose from!

220. Astronaut

Do you remember the rocket you drew on indicator number 54? What about the person controlling the thing? Draw a picture of an astronaut brave enough to travel in his spaceship.

221. Fios

Drawing balls of yarn can be a fun challenge, especially when you're dealing with different types of handspun yarn or craft yarn!

222. Data

Go ahead, take a chance... and roll the dice! Did you know that there are more dice than the average 6-sided die? They come in all shapes and sizes, as I learned playing Dungeons & Dragons.

223. Pumpkins

You can draw a pumpkin patch, an autumn-themed still life, or maybe even carve a face into your pumpkin and create a jack-o'-lantern!

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224th floors

Have you ever spent time looking at the floor? I know it sounds sarcastic, but you'll be amazed at how many different textures and patterns we walk on every day.

225. Scene from a dream

Have you been having crazy dreams lately? Illustrate a scene from a dream in your sketchbook. Cousin? You can interpret the meaning of this dream based on the picture you draw!

226. Banco

Imagine a bank. Who is sitting on it? draw it!

227. Garten

There are so many different things you can design for a garden, be it an orchard or flower garden or maybe just a quiet outdoor space surrounded by plants.

228. Jeans

Take a pair of jeans from your closet and try placing them on a table or on the floor in different poses and draw what you see.

229. Wild West Scene

Cowboys, highwaymen and a good bar are the perfect backdrop for a western scene that could be drawn.

230. Children playing

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Children are always a source of inspiration for drawing, especially when they are playing.

231. Silhouette

Silhouettes are outlines of an object, person, or place. Try drawing silhouettes of people in different poses, or draw silhouettes of everyday objects around the house.

232. Rad

I hope there are no mice in your house but they are cute when they don't get too close to you! You can draw a realistic mouse or personalized mouse characters living in their own den in a meadow.

233. Baby/Kind

Just like children, babies are another great source for portrait photography. You can use a baby you know as inspiration, or dig up those old photos of you when you were new to this world.

234. Nilpferd

I would never want to see a hippo up close in real life {I've heard they can be very aggressive and dangerous!} but I'm definitely fine with drawing them!

235. And

When the cold wind blows, you get ice cream! You can draw icicles hanging from the eaves of a roof, or maybe even ice cubes that are guaranteed not to melt.

236. Favorite animated/cartoon character

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When I was in second grade, I was lucky enough to take an animation class where I learned how to draw Mickey Mouse, Snoopy, and more. Do you have a favorite cartoon or anime character? Try to draw them as close to the original as possible.

237. Camera

As artists, we often use reference photos to inspire our work, but we forget that the camera itself can be a great idea for drawing!

238. Mad Scientist's Laboratory

Think bubbly potions, drinking glasses and oh my god, what's that monster doing under the sheet in the corner?

239. Wood texture

Wood grain can be a beautiful texture to draw on, especially with pencil, ink, or charcoal. There are so many options for patterns and shades!

240. Dwarves

Who doesn't like garden gnomes? They may be cute but I think they are perfect for drawing, especially if you draw them in different outfits and styles.

241. Life underground

Most of the time we think of life on the surface, but there's a lot going on underground, from coal mines to subway stations, fault lines and magma... What kind of world do you imagine? draw it!

242. Ears

Have you ever heard the phrase I'm all ears? Now is your chance to illustrate it!

243. Trainer

We drive cars every day and there are so many different types that we see on the road. You can choose to draw your first car, your current car, or the cars you see driving by on the road near where you live.

244. Holiday Scenes

There are so many holidays we celebrate around the world - you can choose from Easter, Halloween, Christmas, July 4th or even St. Patrick's Day.

245. Letters

Do you have a favourite song? Illustrate a scene from the song or practice your writing by drawing a quote from the lyrics.

246. The park

Drawing parking lots might not seem like such an exciting idea, but you'll be amazed at what's happening on them! They are great places to people watch, or you can draw a scene from them to continue with a series of drawings of the places you live.

247. Scene from the movie.

What is your favorite movie? Draw a scene from a movie that you like or have seen recently.

248. Xylophon

Xylophone is pretty much the only word we can think of that begins with the letter X, which is why it's on our list. 🙂

249. City street scene

Walk around the city and draw the sights on the street.

250th prize or trophy

Have you ever received a trophy or award for an achievement? You can also give trophies or prizes to your pets or friends, e.g. B. "Best Listener" or "Fuzziest".

251. Sterne

Look at the night sky and draw the stars. You can also find and draw different constellations.

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From dump trucks to tow trucks to pickups, there are all types of trucks you can design. Above is a photo of a van designed by my brother.

253. Skeleton or skull

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Skeletons and skulls can be scary for some, but they can be a lot less scary if you choose to draw a sugar skull from the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead.

254. Aves

Bird watchers know there are thousands of different bird species, which means you're spoiled for choice here. To keep things simple, try drawing birds that are native to where you live and are regularly found in your yard and parks.

255. Freund

Ask a friend for a photo or see if they would be willing to pose while you draw a portrait of you.

256. Detergents

Fact: Scooping up cleaning supplies is more fun than doing laundry, dishes and other household chores.

257. It happens

From wagon wheels to car rims, there are all kinds of wheels you can design. You can also use wheels as a base to create repeating patterns.

258. Sleigh ride

Have you ever gone sledding in winter? You can draw children's sleighs or an old Christmas sleigh!

259. Puerta

What's behind that door? You can draw the door of your house, or you can draw a door that draws attention and makes you open it...or avoid it.

260. Diamonds

Diamonds are easy to draw and you can play with all sorts of patterns and repetitions.

261. Favorite things

What are your favorite things around the world? draw her!

262. Owner

Waves are a really cool thing to draw, whether they're realistic ripples in the ocean or just ripples of lines creating a pattern.

263. School

Draw a picture of how you remember school as a child, or draw a picture of all the school supplies you remember needing.

264. Abandoned warehouse

Abandoned warehouses are great places to draw, but remember not to enter an abandoned warehouse without proper permission and security clearance, it can be VERY dangerous!

265. Spices for cooking

What's in your spice rack? draw it!

266. Your favorite place from childhood

What place do you remember from your childhood? It could be any place you have visited that brings back good memories.

267. Blumenvase

The classic still life is the perfect opportunity to practice drawing!

268. Resort

Think of all the places you've visited and visited over the years. Draw a scene from one of your favorite places!

269. News headline

Watch today's news and draw a headline on current events.

270. Pueblo

Draw a whimsical town with cute little houses.

271. Silla

Artists like Van Gogh are famous for painting a chair, so start drawing one!

272. Horse

Horses are amazing creatures admired for their beauty and strength. Draw wild horses or someone riding a horse.

273. Battery

Not everyone has the space for a home drum set or the talent to play one, but you can always design one!

274. Exercise postures

Draw a character in different exercise poses like yoga or aerobics.

275. Something that smells good

What's your favorite smell? Draw something that you think smells good.

276. Illustrate words of onomatopoeia

Onomatopoeic words are words that are spelled exactly as they sound and can be fun to illustrate. Some word examples are Splash, Buzz, Pop, Fizz, and Swish.

277. Detective

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Take inspiration from Sherlock Holmes and drag a detective into the case to solve the next mystery.

278. Mythological Creatures

Centaurs, griffins, and manticores are examples of different types of mythological creatures to draw in your journal.

279. Games

Design a game board, play game pieces, or create a design to use in your own deck of illustrated playing cards.

280. Picnic

Set the stage for the perfect picnic - let's hope no ants spoil the fun!

281. Owl

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With over 200 species of owls to choose from, you can draw a barn owl, snowy owl, or great horned owl. The picture above that my daughter drew when she was six years old.

282. Your favorite decade

Draw a scene from your favorite decade, be it the 1920s or the fun and colorful 1980s.

283. Flashlight

No need to grope in the dark - you can draw your own light with a flash!

284. Bathroom cabinet

Get out your toothbrush, bar of soap, or whatever else you regularly keep in your bathroom cabinets.

285. Language

Idioms are expressions and phrases that don't usually make literal sense in the real world...an example is that it's pouring rain. Illustrating a silly expression or another expression that we don't understand literally. You can find more phrases inFree language search in the dictionary.

286. Rockstar

Everyone thinks of becoming a rock star someday, getting inspired by one of their favorite artists or bands, or swaying to their favorite music.

287. Party animals

Draw animals going to a party. Don't forget the party hats!

288. Attic

What is hidden in the attic of this old house? draw it!

289. Happy couple

Draw a happy and loving couple.

290. Barrio

Draw a street scene in your neighborhood.

291. Bar or restaurant

Where did you last eat or go out? Make an exterior or interior drawing of the building.

292. Time machine

Time machines don't exist yet, but this is your chance to create one that will help you travel through time.

293. Corridor

They say life is a marathon not a sprint unless a lion is chasing you. Draw someone running from something or maybe running a 5k or marathon.

294. Tree house

Wouldn't it be great to live in a tree house for a day? Design and build a Pete Nelson-worthy tree house to escape to.

295. Museum

Museums are full of interesting artifacts from history. Visit a museum near you or take a virtual tour of oneSmithsonian National Museum of Natural History online hier.

296. Boxes

The boxes can be empty or full of surprises. You can draw just one box or several of them!

297. Robot

Draw a humanoid robot or take a robot from a sci-fi movie. Cartoon robots are always fun too!

298. Glas

Drawing glass can be a fun way to explore reflections and shadows in your drawing.

299. Mechanical workshop

Draw a workshop with cars that need repairs.

300th Helicopter

Did you know that the fastest helicopter speed ever recorded is 248 miles per hour? That's crazy!

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301. Brick wall

Brick patterns are a great idea to draw something.

302. Faro

Lighthouses contribute to the safety of seafarers and ships at sea. They are also beautiful tourist attractions around the world.

303. Gifts and presents

Have you received any gifts or gifts lately? draw her! You can also draw wrapped gifts.

304. Christmas tree

Decorate the halls and put up a Christmas tree, at least in your art book or sketchbook! Isn't it Christmas or don't you celebrate Christmas? You can always decorate your tree to make it more to your liking.

305. Tower

Historically, the towers have been used for many different purposes and rise on the horizon. draw one!

306. Hotels

There are so many famous hotels that you can draw, or draw the exterior of the last hotel you stayed at.

307. Ant Farm

Ants build the most fascinating tunnels in ant farms. Illustrate an ant farm to show their secret lives in their homes.

308th Battle

You can draw a historical fight or a fantasy fight between an ogre and a dragon.

309. Waterfall

There are so many waterfalls in the world that experts can't even agree on how many there are! They are beautiful cascading natural elements perfect for drawing.

310. Remote control

Wouldn't it be nice to have one remote control that can do everything? Get inspiration from the remote control you have for your TV or create your own with custom buttons to use in your life.

311. Bakery

Cakes, cookies, breads...mmmm...all my favorite foods can be found in a bakery, so create one!

312. Mala

Packing to go somewhere? You can draw a suitcase ready to travel the world or draw your own.

313. Tierra

We live on this great land so draw it.

314. Send her

The mandala is a geometric figure that represents the universe. They are often used for meditative purposes and can be very relaxing.

315. Cassette

Am I showing my age here? Even though everything is digital these days, cassette tapes are still great for drawing in my book.

316. Altes Auto

Cars from the 1900s look very different from the ones we drive today! Draw a classic car or classic car built before 1970.

317. Castillo

They drew the queen and king at indicator number 177, where will they live now? Design a royal castle or be inspired by one of the more than 500 famous castles that already exist around the world.

318. Blitz

Lightning can be fascinating and the Earth is struck by lightning approximately 1,400,000,000 times a year, that's electrifying!

319. Beaver

Some people are afraid of snakes, but the best way to overcome this fear is to draw one on paper. Besides, it's your imagination - you can make the snake a friendly snake that doesn't bite!

320. Crowd

I heard you really can draw a crowd... haha... I know it's an awful little joke but I couldn't resist.

321. Espada

Swords are often seen in armor and in historical novels like The Sword in the Stone... try to pull one out!

322. Compass

Which north side? Draw a wind rose.

323. Pig

Pigs are highly intelligent creatures... and they're cute!

324. Lobo

Be careful if you drew three little pigs in the last message, this can get complicated and quickly turn into the story of the three little pigs, which doesn't end very well for the wolf.

325. Anker

Symbols of strength and security, anchors are often used in logos and tattoo designs.

326. Donut

Who doesn't like a good donut? Draw your favorite flavor donut.

327. Hummingbird

Hummingbirds are very easy to spot in real life, but they are beautiful birds to draw.

328. Statues and Sculptures

Design your own realistic statue or sculpture or try to draw a realistic version of a famous statue like the Statue of Liberty or the Statue of LibertyDiscobolus-Sculptur.

329. Zipper

Zippers are something we use all the time and they are fun to draw! You can also use the basic shape of a zipper for all sorts of pattern design ideas!

330. TV

You can design a retro TV or a more modern version of a Smart TV.

331. UFO

That alien you drew in post #25... what kind of spaceship were they flying? Draw an unknown flying object.

332. Scarecrow

Scarecrows aren't that useful for scaring away crows, but they've become an iconic fall and fall decoration.

333. Sniper

One of the most popular games for children in the forest is snipe hunting... of course you will never find one because there are no snipes. No one knows what a snipe really is, but this is your chance to imagine what it would be like if it were real.

334. Chameleon

Chameleons are best known for their ability to change color to blend in with their surroundings. This is a great opportunity to practice shading or drawing with different colors.

335. Jellyfish

The good thing about drawing a jellyfish on paper is that it can't sting you! While you never want to get too close in real life, they are wonderfully amazing sea creatures.

336. Einhorn

A unicorn is a mythical creature very similar to a horse with a single horn on its forehead. They are often depicted in art and folklore, making them the perfect sign indicator.

337. Fuego

Tulips mean spring is coming and are beautiful and fun flowers to draw in any weather and season. Since these are bulbs, you can even force them to grow in the winter like I did with my flowers. See my post onthe seasons of being an artist.

338. Weathervane

Pinwheels are toys that spin when someone blows on them. They are seen symbolically as a way to "change your luck" and often signify fun and happiness.

339. Palme

Did you know that palm trees are actually evergreen trees? They are characterized by broad, fan-shaped leaves and are generally found in tropical regions around the world.

340. Tropical Forests

Tropical rainforests are home to thousands of exotic plant and animal species and are typically found around the Earth's equator.

341. Lonely Island

What would you do if you were stranded on a desert island? How about? I hope you brought a notebook and a pencil!

342. Snowflakes

No two snowflakes are the same, and you can have lots of fun drawing different snowflake patterns and designs.

343. Ball or Ball

The balls and spheres are a great opportunity to play by drawing different shadow angles and light sources.

344. Goldfish

Easy to draw, goldfish are many people's favorite pets.

345. DNA-Helix

It's crazy to think we have DNA, and until recently I took a DNA test on Ancestry.com; I find it fascinating to trace all my ancestors. Drawing the propeller is also a great way to practice different shading techniques.

346. Lua

One of my favorite songs isYou are the moon through the silent sound, and I can't think of illustrating a beautiful moonscape every time I hear it.

347. Trapeze Artist

Trapeze artists are highly skilled performers who perform all manner of aerial rope tricks. Often seen in circuses, many modern performers can be seen in cities and elsewhere.

348. Atoms and Molecules

You don't have to be a chemistry student to realize that atoms and molecular diagrams can be fascinating subjects for drawing ideas!

349. Carousel

I have always loved carousel rides and continue to ride them at every opportunity. You can choose to draw the entire carousel or just one carousel horse.

350. Hut or Cabin in the Forest

Design your own artist retreat in the form of a cabin or cabin in the woods.

351. Buttons

Buttons make great doodles, or you can always draw a magic button to press if something goes wrong.

352. Olla de Oro

What is the end of your rainbow in ad #153? Optional clover.

353. Doctor's office

Have you ever noticed the different things they have in the doctor's office when you come in for an exam?

354. Panda berries

Panda bears are just cute and that's why you should draw one.

355. Building Blocks

Building blocks are a great way to play with different angles, lines, and shadows.

356. Wheel of Fortune

Ferris wheels are popular carnival games and a great thing to paint.


You can draw a turkey, it's as easy as drawing your hand. Of course, you can always draw a turkey a little more realistically.

358. Lollipops and candies

Fancy something sweet? Draw a lollipop or other favorite candy.

359. Busse

You can draw a city bus, a school bus or even a double decker bus.

360. Flamenco

Flamingos are graceful birds best known for their ability to balance on one leg.

361. Scream

The ukulele only has 4 strings and they are smaller and pitched higher than a guitar. Both of my daughters play the ukulele!

362. Strawberry

Strawberries are incredibly detailed if you look closely, making them a great choice for a close-up.

363. Sandburg

Did you know that sand castles are built at competition level? It's amazing what creative architects, engineers and designers do with sand in sandcastle competitions!

364. Turntable

We might not play records as much anymore, but they're still totally fun vintage stuff to draw from.

365. Wand

Wouldn't it be nice to have a magic wand? Well, you can always draw one!

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  • Draw an object and give it a face.
  • Create an alternate cover to your favorite book or album.
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  • Draw a scene or character from your favorite book.
  • Illustrate your favorite fairy-tale.
  • Invent your own insects.
  • Draw an intricate made up flower.
Nov 28, 2018

What is the 30 day sketchbook challenge? ›

So what is the Sketchbook Challenge? Put simply, it is a commitment to draw in your sketchbook for 30 days in a row. Whether you draw for 30 seconds, 30 minutes or even several hours, it doesn't matter. Whether you are a beginner to drawing or a professional artist, it doesn't matter.

What should a 13 year old draw? ›

Drawing Ideas For Teens (13 to 19-Year-Olds)
  • Self-Portrait. ...
  • Draw your Room.
  • Draw the perspective of an Ant.
  • Draw the perspective of an Eagle.
  • Create an Underwater scene. ...
  • Draw a Cyclops.
  • Imagine how a God looks. ...
  • Draw yourself 10 years from now.

When did sketchbook stop being free? ›

In 2021, Sketchbook Pro, the desktop version of the app available on Microsoft Windows and macOS, became a paid software available through the Microsoft Store and Mac App Store.

How do I force myself to draw? ›

The motivation to draw requires self-discipline and a routine. Give your day a work structure, get up at the same time, start work at the same time, give yourself small goals, and follow through. Take mini-breaks, finish at the same, and give yourself a treat. Repeat, and make it a habit.

Can drawing improve IQ? ›

Painting and sketching are highly accessible and entertaining things to accomplish many individuals prefer to paint or draw in their spare time, and it can help them improve their IQ.

Can a 2 year old draw a person? ›

By 2½ years, your child will start to draw people that resemble a tadpole/amoeba - with arms and/or legs attached directly to the face. The face may not have any features. By 3 years, your child will add features e.g. eyes and mouth. It is not until after the age of 4 that your child may start to draw a separate body.

Can a 1.5 year old draw? ›

However, if he needs a little longer, that's fine too . From around 18 months old, your toddler will probably enjoy painting and drawing with crayons, washable felt tips, or paints . He will hold the crayon or brush with his whole hand, and scribble and paint with large movements (Thomson Delmar Learning 2007).

Can 2 year olds draw? ›

2 Years: Controlled Scribbles

This stage is known as controlled scribbling. It is characterized by spontaneous circular or to-and-fro scribbles and dots. Similar scribbles can be found in all children's drawings at this age and the shapes in them are necessary for developing drawing and writing skills later on.

Is it OK to take a day off from drawing? ›

The whole “artists have to draw everyday” is a myth that can actually be counterproductive. While you may feel rusty after a break, there's no such thing as losing your skills. Taking a break is important for both your physical and mental health. Without physical breaks you can risk injuring yourself.

What happens if I draw everyday? ›

Your skills will most definitely improve, but that will likely be secondary to what drawing every day can do for you. These benefits come whether you're looking to improve your skills or not. Doodles, scribbles and sketches all apply!

Is it good to draw all day? ›

Drawing every day will make you better in the shortest amount of time by refining your skills and increasing your motor memory more quickly. You'll also become more efficient, decreasing the effort you need to draw and finish a piece of artwork.

What should a 12 year old draw when bored? ›

Object suggestions include toy animals, dolls, and blocks. Other household items that case interesting shadows (think jars, candleholders, utensils) may provide a fun introduction into creating abstract art.

What to get an 11 year old that likes to draw? ›

What to Get Kids that Love to Draw
  • 1 Sketch Books. If there is one thing that kids that love art will need it's something to produce the art one. ...
  • Sketch Pencils. ...
  • Erasers. ...
  • Artist Posable Model. ...
  • ArtBin. ...
  • Pencil Sharpener. ...
  • Mechanical Pencils. ...
  • Finishing Pens.
Nov 25, 2021

How to draw a real girl face? ›

  1. Draw an oval and divide it into 3 sections to make the head. ...
  2. Draw the eyes on the top horizontal line. ...
  3. Add the pupils and eyelashes to the eyes. ...
  4. Draw an arched eyebrow above each eye. ...
  5. Draw the tip of the nose along the bottom horizontal line. ...
  6. Use shading to softly define the bridge and tip of the nose.

Is Sketchbook going away? ›

You can continue using SketchBook Pro as part of the Media & Entertainment Collection, the Alias AutoStudio bundle and as a standalone enterprise license until the end of your contract terms. Autodesk will not offer new versions, upgrades or updates after June 30, 2021.

When was sketch deleted? ›

Adobe Photoshop Sketch and Illustrator Draw were discontinued for iOS and Android and are no longer available for download, from July 19th, 2021. Existing users can continue using the apps until January 10, 2022.

Is Sketchbook still free 2022? ›

This full-feature version of SketchBook is free for everyone. You can access all the drawing and sketching tools on desktop and mobile platforms including steady stroke, symmetry tools, and perspective guides.

Is it OK to paint in a sketchbook? ›

The sketchbook is a decent size for a variety of sketches and paintings, and the binding can be opened to remove pages when desired, then replaced. The binding also allows each page to lie flat for optimal sketching or painting. It generally works well for an art journal or beginner art classes.

Can you use pen in a sketchbook? ›

Sketchbook on Android supports the Samsung S Pen. There is no special set up required and the S Pen will give you true pressure-sensitivity.

Should I get a big or small sketchbook? ›

You might also realise that it is best to have more than one book – a small pocket sketchbook for quick sketches that you carry around with you everywhere and a larger sketchbook for taking out on sketching outings.

What should I draw first in my sketchbook? ›

You might practise some calligraphy on that first page, your name, the dates of your sketchbook, a favourite quote you have read during the period of time you sketched, a photograph, or even a cut out of a sketch or insert that sets the tone or themes of your sketchbook.

Should I get an A4 or A5 sketchbook? ›

For beginners, an A5 sketchbook would be good as a general purpose sketchbook. It opens up to a working area that of an A4 size paper. It's big enough where you can still create intricate art, and small enough for minimalism, e.g. painting watercolours with shapes.

Why do I feel scared to draw? ›

Sometimes we are afraid to draw because we lack ideas, or don't think we can pull it off, or feel pressured to post the final result on social media. So, instead of feeling intimidated, dedicate that day to learning. Think about what it is you don't feel confident in, or would like to master the most, and get to work!

Are hands the hardest to draw? ›

While hands make for stunning drawings, they are notoriously difficult to draw due to the amount of bones, muscle, and tendons in each hand. But don't let that intimidate you. Simplify the process and break hand drawing down into basic shapes and manageable steps, and you'll be on your way to drawing a lifelike hand.

Is it too late for me to draw? ›

Is there an age when it's too late? Adults can learn to draw if they have enough time, practice on a daily basis, and have plenty of patience. There are countless videos, courses, and books, that teach the basics of drawing. Anyone can become a better artist and improve their level of skill with the right work ethic.

What is the easiest drawing style? ›

One of the most basic styles of drawing is line art. This is where the image is made up of nothing but lines, with no shading or colour. Artists use line art to create simple images or complex ones, depending on the artist's skill level.

How do you draw a face? ›

How to Draw a Face From the Side (Profile)
  1. Step 1 - Draw a Circle, a Square, and Intersecting Lines. ...
  2. Step 2 - Draw a Line from the Top of the Head to the Chin. ...
  3. Step 3 - Add a Line from the Bottom of the Chin to the Center of the Square. ...
  4. Step 4 - Determine the Location of the Eyes.

Are people who draw smarter? ›

Drawing ability does not determine intelligence, there are countless factors, both genetic and environmental, which affect intelligence in later life.” In other words, don't panic if your kid's a terrible artist, or if you're now remembering your own questionable attempts at drawing as a preschooler.

Is drawing a skill your born with? ›

At the end of the term, I had to come to the conclusion that yes, drawing is a learned skill for some and natural talent for others. It wasn't until years later, when I took a child development course that pointed out that all very young children love to draw and paint.

Is it healthy to draw? ›

Drawing can provide you with the escapism needed to mentally remove yourself from the stress of everyday life. Releasing your daily stress through creativity is a great way to boost your mental health, as well as to help manage mental illnesses.

How can I make my sketchbook more interesting? ›

Draw an odd shape or squiggle and then use it as inspiration. Another thing you can try is to take some coloured paper and rip or cut it into random shapes as a starting point. Then stick two or three shapes down on one page of your sketchbook. Create a few pages of those and then come back to them another day.

Why is SketchBook no longer available? ›

Autodesk has spun off SketchBook, its digital sketching software, to a new company, Sketchbook Inc. The apps will continue to be available from the Apple, Google and Microsoft app stores, where they can currently be downloaded for free, but delivered by their new owners.

Can you use pen in a SketchBook? ›

Sketchbook on Android supports the Samsung S Pen. There is no special set up required and the S Pen will give you true pressure-sensitivity.

How do I make my art look aesthetic? ›

Take a look!
  1. #1 Resize the Art Frame According To Room. ...
  2. #2 Match the Wall paint with Artwork Color. ...
  3. #3 Combine the Artwork with Other Art Pieces. ...
  4. #4 Add Lighting To Existing Artwork. ...
  5. #5 Change the Color of Existing Art Frame.
Apr 28, 2021

Is a sketchbook a good gift? ›

Sketchbooks are every artist's best friend. They are perfect for drawing on the go and make a great gift for any sketch artist.


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