How To Draw a Cartoon Handheld Mirror (Step By Step Breakdown For Kids)

How To Draw a Cartoon Handheld Mirror (Step By Step Breakdown For Kids)

Mirror, mirror, on the wall who is the fairest of them all? Let’s draw this everyday item that we all have in our bathrooms and bedrooms!

Cartoon MIRROR Doodle Drawing

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Easy Simple Doodle Guide: Cartoon Mirror

Fun Facts About Mirrors

  • In ancient times, the first types of mirrors emerged as they used a tub of dark water or a dark jar filled with water. Around 6000 BC, people began making non-water mirrors.
  • In the Second World War, mirrors were used until the invention of radar to track sounds emanating from hostile aircraft.
  • Mirrors are not recent science and were first invented in Germany more than 200 years ago.
  • The chemist Justus Von Liebig invented the mirror in 1835, and he found that the reflecting surface, the mirror, can be created if you add a thin layer of metallic silver to transparent glass.
  • If you were to crack a mirror, the Romans assume that you would damage both your soul and life, which are replaced every seven years. Seven years of ill luck, in particular.
  • A flat piece of metal or the surface of the water may also behave like a mirror.
  • Salar de Uyuni (salt flat covering a large lake size brine) is the Largest Natural Mirror in the World and can be seen from space!
  • For many days after the death of a close family member, Jewish people covered every mirror in the home.

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