How to Doodle a Bike
Bikes are not easy to draw. They look complicated and tricky. But there is a simple way to doodle them. To doodle a bike, begin by drawing two equally sized circles in the middle of your page. Pay particular attention to the space between the circles. This space can be equal to the size of the circles. In other words, it could be equal to the size of a third circle in between your two circles. I hope that makes sense. 🙂
Let’s now start doodling the frame of the bike. But before you do this, add a small circle in the middle of each wheel. Then extend the frame from there using straight lines. Pay particular attention to the angle and length of the lines in the example.
Let’s continue to build the frame of the bike. Here we are using three additional straight lines. Notice the length and the angles of the lines and where they are positioned in relation to the wheels of the bike. The lines don’t necessarily need to be exactly as presented in the example. Bike frames do vary. But you can certainly use this as an example to get you started.
To doodle the handles of your bike, use a straight line, a curved line and a couple of small rectangles. To doodle seat of the bike, use a stretched oval shape. Notice also the angle of this oval shape. Again, your doodle doesn’t necessarily need to be as presented in this example. But I would recommend following the example when doodling your bike for the first time. Later you can step outside these boundaries and create something that looks a little different.
The final step is to add some final touches to your bike. Let’s first add some more details to the wheels of the bike by using straight lines that extend from the middle dot. Then finish off your bike doodle by giving it some color.