How to Draw a House on Microsoft Paint<br />A Presentation by Amy S.<br />
This presentation will teach you how to draw a house on Microsoft Paint<br />
To open MS Paint:<br />Click the ‘Start’ icon<br />Click ‘All Programs’<br />Click ‘Accessories’<br />Click ‘Paint’<br />S...
To build your walls, make sure you are using the ‘line’ tool, as shown on the right<br />Step Two: Build your walls<br />
Draw two straight lines up and down with your line tool.<br />Leave them a few inches apart.<br />Step Two: Build your wal...
To build your floor, connect the two lines drawn at the bottom.<br />Step Three: Build your floor<br />
To build the first half of your roof, draw a diagonal line at the top of the left line.<br />Step Four: Build your roof<br />
Next, draw another diagonal line connecting the line you just drew and the line on the right.<br />Step Four: Build your r...
To build your door, draw a smaller rectangle inside the body of your house.<br />Step Five: Build your door<br />
To build your windows, first draw two squares on either side of the door.<br />Step Six: Build your windows<br />
Next, draw a cross through the windows to make the frame.<br />Step Six: Build your windows<br />
Choose a color for your house and door by using the color tool, as shown below.<br />Step Seven: Color your house<br />
I chose to color my house red with a blue door and grey windows.<br />Step Seven: Color your house<br />
You have now completed your house on Microsoft Paint!<br />Try adding on to your house by drawing other things with it!<br...
Ideas for additional details:<br />Door handle<br />Sky<br />Grass<br />Attic window<br />Family<br />Sidewalk<br />Detail...
My finished project:<br />
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  1. 1. How to Draw a House on Microsoft Paint<br />A Presentation by Amy S.<br />
  2. 2. This presentation will teach you how to draw a house on Microsoft Paint<br />
  3. 3. To open MS Paint:<br />Click the ‘Start’ icon<br />Click ‘All Programs’<br />Click ‘Accessories’<br />Click ‘Paint’<br />Step One: Open MS Paint<br />
  4. 4. To build your walls, make sure you are using the ‘line’ tool, as shown on the right<br />Step Two: Build your walls<br />
  5. 5. Draw two straight lines up and down with your line tool.<br />Leave them a few inches apart.<br />Step Two: Build your walls<br />
  6. 6. To build your floor, connect the two lines drawn at the bottom.<br />Step Three: Build your floor<br />
  7. 7. To build the first half of your roof, draw a diagonal line at the top of the left line.<br />Step Four: Build your roof<br />
  8. 8. Next, draw another diagonal line connecting the line you just drew and the line on the right.<br />Step Four: Build your roof<br />
  9. 9. To build your door, draw a smaller rectangle inside the body of your house.<br />Step Five: Build your door<br />
  10. 10. To build your windows, first draw two squares on either side of the door.<br />Step Six: Build your windows<br />
  11. 11. Next, draw a cross through the windows to make the frame.<br />Step Six: Build your windows<br />
  12. 12. Choose a color for your house and door by using the color tool, as shown below.<br />Step Seven: Color your house<br />
  13. 13. I chose to color my house red with a blue door and grey windows.<br />Step Seven: Color your house<br />
  14. 14. You have now completed your house on Microsoft Paint!<br />Try adding on to your house by drawing other things with it!<br />Done!<br />
  15. 15. Ideas for additional details:<br />Door handle<br />Sky<br />Grass<br />Attic window<br />Family<br />Sidewalk<br />Details<br />
  16. 16. My finished project:<br />
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