Tuesday, December 18, 2012

HOW TO DRAW A SNOWMAN IN MS WORD


MICROSOFT WORD DRAWING PROJECT No. 46

TITLE:   HOW TO DRAW A SNOWMAN IN MS WORD   

TYPE:    CLIP ART

Clip art images are small size pictures that can be easily added to the document. They can either be JPEG, Vector or other formats. The purpose of adding clip art images into the document is to illustrate or enhance its appearance. There are many ways to obtain clip art images but have you ever tried creating clip art images on your own with the word processor? Images created in MS Word are vector graphics and they are saved as DOC files. Many of the drawing projects featured on my blog can actually be used as clip art images. Here is a simple drawing project and I hope readers can try it out, that is drawing a snowman in MS Word. First, draw a picture of the snowman on a piece of paper. This practice enables you to know the details of the subject well. Later on, you can proceed to draw it on the computer using your creativity.

         Use only the Curve line tool to draw the picture of the snowman. I love to use the Curve line tool to draw organic shape objects because the results will be quite natural. Start by drawing three round shapes of different sizes. Then, create the details for the head. After that, complete the details for the body. Finally, fill the shapes with colours of your choice.

 
This digital drawing of a snowman was drawn with MS word 2003 Drawing program.

THE DISSECTED DRAWING:

 

A total of 36 drawing objects were created to form the picture of the snowman.


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