How to Draw Famous Buildings: Tate Modern London

In this video learn How to Draw Famous Buildings: Tate Modern London. Enjoy this video and master the fundamentals of Perspective Drawing with regular practice. Use the Drawing and Sketching supplies given below.

Perspective Drawing and Sketching Supplies you may need:

  1. Mixed Media Sketchbook And Drawing Pads
  2. Sketching And Drawing Art Pencil Kit
  3. Mix Media Paper Pad For Drawing And Painting
  4. Graphite Charcoal Pencils With Sketch Pad
  5. Graphite Charcoal Pencils Set For Artists
  6. Faber Castell Graphite Set For Sketching

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See how to draw the Tate Modern Art Gallery in London, in this simple pencil drawing. SUBSCRIBE to my channel for a new How to Draw video every week:

This drawing is looking across the Thames in London, with the Millennium Bridge on the left and the new Tate Modern Switch House, the new extension to Tate Modern, in the background. The Tate Modern building was originally a power station and the new extension is names after the part of the power station that the new galleries occupy.

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Materials used in this drawing:
A 4B pencil and 8B pencil, an eraser, A4 paper.

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