Clothes Hanging on Clothesline
Begin your doodle by using a combination of lines and ovals. You are using these lines and ovals to doodle a couple of poles as shown in the example below. Be sure to keep the spacing between the lines consistent and the poles the same height.
Next, doodle a wobbly line between the two poles. You can use an arc shape for this purpose. However, this shape doesn’t necessarily need to be perfect. It can be a little shaky and wobbly as shown in the example below.
Time now to give your clothesline some company. 😉 Let’s add some clothes to the line. For this purpose, simply use a combination of lines, rectangles, and arc shapes. Feel free to use your imagination. Clothes come in a variety of shapes and sizes. 🙂
Next, let’s make sure that we pin down these clothes to the clothesline. Otherwise, the wind may just very well blow them all away. 🙁 Use an angle shape in the form of a V to represent these pins on your clothesline.
The final step is to give your clothesline some needed color. The clothesline itself doesn’t necessarily need color. Your clothes though do need some color. Again, feel free to use your imagination. If you’re feeling adventurous, you could even doodle some pattern shapes on your clothes. 🙂