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How to Draw A Cabin

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How to Draw A Cabin

Sometimes you need to switch off and enjoy some quiet time in nature. This excursion is popular worldwide and is often enjoyed with the comfort of a cabin as a base for outdoor adventures.

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Huts come in many different types and variations, and if you’ve always wanted to design your own, learning how to draw a hut is the best way! If it sounds like you, this is the tutorial, so read it to the end!

How to Draw A Cabin

Step 1

For this first step of our guide on drawing a cabin, we will start by drawing the cabin roof. When drawing, you may want a ruler handy for the roof’s edges. The sides of the first half of the room are at diagonal angles, so there is a slightly sloping horizontal line connecting the tops.

We’ll use a different type of line for the bottom edge of this side of the roof. Instead, this line is drawn in a series of small reliefs connected. Try to make these bumps fairly regular, as they will later be drawn as the ends of the wooden slats. Finish drawing by drawing straight lines for the other edge of the roof, then finish with more irregular lines for the start of the walls.

Step 2

Continuing with the cabin drawing, we begin to draw the landscape around the cabin before focusing on the cabin again. First, we’ll use slightly curved lines with pointed edges to create tall pine trees around the cabin.

Next, we’ll add grass around the cabin and a path leading to the front door. The last look we will draw in this part will be a smoking chimney made of many small stones on top of the hut.

Step 3

We will create a cozy log cabin in this guide to drawing a cabin. With this in mind, we will draw the walls in this step. To do this, we will use many straight lines crossing each other to create each register.

The reference image will help you with positioning and show you the angles they should be at. There will be openings for windows and a door, and you can add a small circle where We would cut the logs. The cabin door is also located directly above where the path connects to it.

Step 4

Your cabin design looks great so far! We will add more environmental elements in this next step before finishing the cabin. For now, draw a few more pine trees on the right side of the cabin.

We will draw these trees to resemble the others you drew and finish the scene well! In the next step, you can then finish the cabin yourself.

Step 5

In this step of our guide to drawing a cabin, you’ll finish the roof. As already mentioned in the instructions, the roof is drawn as several individual wooden slats. To do this, draw a line from each bump you drew at the base of the roof in the first step.

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This will help complete the effect of looking like a log cabin! Once the roof is complete, you might as well add some details! Maybe you could add some features to the cabin, draw wildlife, or draw a family in front of it! How will you end this quiet booth?

Step 6

In this final part of your cabin design, you can complete it with some amazing colors! We used beautiful shades of green for the grass and pine trees, blue for the sky, and some earthy browns for the wood in the cabin.

Cabin Drawing

Our example image does a great project if you want to use similar colors, but feel free to use other colors of your own! Once you know your colors, you can experiment with different artistic tools and mediums to get the hues you want. Make sure you enjoy getting creative and see what comes to mind.

Your Cabin Drawing is Finished!

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