Drawing Houses Amateur Style

“My future dream home” – 40,000 square feet

These are 9 pictures of houses that I drew up. As you can see, these drawings are from an amateur and I am working on my drawing skills. lol. I love drawing houses, especially in the French style. I would love to see what houses that you have drawn up. Send me your pictures and I will be happy to post them up.

6 Responses to “Drawing Houses Amateur Style”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Before you build your home, let me know so I can buy stock in some window companies!

    I’m a sucker for symmetry with my home designs too.

    Good looking stuff.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I tried doing the same thing but I have no art skills. You are really good at drawing them seriously. I can only imagine how great you would be as a home designer architect.


  3. Anonymous Says:

    I agree that symmetry is very important, especially in very large homes. I think Aaron Spelling’s home is too large for it’s neighborhood and lot, but at the same time it’s perfect symmetry makes such a giant home look more pleasing to the eye. Your drawings look good–keep the scale of window size vs. height of the home and the overall pitch and height of the roof in mind when you are drawing and that will ensure that the designs are similar to those drawn by architects.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    The drawings are nice…I see you have very big dreams like most of us. I have some drawings that I will like to post…I find them and email you the images…



  5. Anonymous Says:

    Whoa, I really like house number 7.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    French Chateaus are very nice to look at but are cold and impractical homes usually. Contemporary homes are much nicer feeling homes and more user friendly and you tend to use more of the space.

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