Today, we’re going to draw a picture that shows how plastic is causing problems in our environment and water. We want to tell people to stop this pollution by making a drawing. we’ll guide you step by step, making it super easy for you to draw. Each part has its steps, so you just need to follow along. So, let’s get our drawing tools and start creating a picture that tells the story of plastic pollution!
How To Draw The Plastic Pollution Picture Drawing Step By Step
Here is some very easy and straightforward step to draw Plastic Pollution pictures.
Plastic Pollution Drawing Requirement Materials :
Here are the materials we need to make this Plastic Pollution drawing.
- White paper
- Pencil sharpener
- Color Box
- Tissue paper
Plastic Pollution Picture Drawing Step-by-Step Full Tutorial
Here are 14 Easy Steps to Draw Plastic Pollution easily.
1. Draw a Line.
Start with a white paper. Make it nice by adding an orange border around it. In the middle, draw a straight line using a pencil and a scale.
2. Draw Factory.
Above that straight line, draw three rectangular buildings and a factory. Imagine a whole little world!
3. Draw Chimney.
Make the factory come to life by adding a square window, outer walls, and big chimneys. Don’t forget the curly smoke on top of each chimney!
4. Draw Pillar, Pipe, and a Small Forest.
Now, add some pillars between the walls. Draw some circular designs on top of the pillar. On the right, draw a small pipe with water coming out. Create a cute little forest using curved lines.
5. Draw Building Design and
Let’s add some style! Design the front of the buildings with rectangles and squares. Make a curved edge for a reservoir, and draw waves of water flowing out of a pipe.
6. Draw the Plastic Garbage.
Introduce a rectangular dustbin with a friendly message, “Use Me.” Surround it with different types of plastic garbage like bottles and plastic bags. Add some floating plastic garbage on the water.
7. Use a Marker Pen.
Make your drawing bold and beautiful! Redraw the lines of the entire picture of Plastic Pollution with a marker pen.
8. Color the Sky.
Imagine a bright, clear sky! Use a light blue color to fill it in, making it super pretty.
9. Color the Smoke.
For the smoke above the chimneys, use pencil shade or black color. Make it look realistic and interesting!
10. Color the Building and factory.
Now, add some color to the buildings. Make the big one red, the middle one orange, and the last one yellow. The factory should be bright yellow too.
11. Color the Design and Factory Parts.
Get creative! Color the rectangle design on the big building blue, the small building’s design white, and the end building’s design purple. Use the colors for the factory’s roof are red, the window and walls violet, the Piller and chimney pink, the upper wall light brown, and the circular design blue.
12. Color the Reservoir and forests.
Bring nature to life! Color the little forest green and the water in the reservoir a very light blue. Shade the water coming out of the factory with a pencil. Color the floating plastic garbage in any color you like.
13. Color the Ground Garbage.
Make it look dirty around the water Plastic garbage with light brown. Add brown to the edge of the reservoir. Keep the dustbin white and color the garbage around it in different colors. Using green color on the ground looks full of small grass.
14. Color the Dustbin.
Finish coloring! Color the dustbin red and add orange to the yellow and blue garbage inside.
You did it! Your drawing is now complete. Show it off and help spread the message to reduce plastic pollution and save our environment. Great work, little artist!
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Plastic Pollution Video Tutorial
Plastic pollution is a big problem for our planet. It hurts our oceans and wildlife. But you can help spread the word and make a difference with a simple drawing. Our video tutorial is super easy to follow, and you don’t need to be a pro artist to join in.
We’ll show you step by step how to create a drawing that shows the problems with plastic. All you need is some basic art supplies and a little bit of time. Your drawing could help others understand why we need to stop plastic pollution.
Grab your art tools and let’s get started. Your drawing could help save our oceans!