How To Draw a Violin / Fiddle (Musical Instrument) – Easy Peasy For Kids

How To Draw a Violin / Fiddle (Musical Instrument) – Easy Peasy For Kids

As mentioned in our how to draw piano and how to draw drum set tutorials…I don’t have a single musical gene in my body. That’s not the kind of art skills I’ve been bestowed upon 🙂 Violins are delicate string instruments. Violins (also known as Fiddles) are not something known to be easy to play or easy to draw. Most violins have a hollow wooden body, a high soprano sound, and the smallest of the wooden string instruments of this kind. This tutorial is a simplified version of the violin, perfect for young kids to get familiar with the shape first. Let’s draw!

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🎨 Parents: The only tools you need to use these how-to-draw tutorials are: an eraser, a pencil, and a piece of paper. But – if you have them around – a sketching pencil makes for fainter and softer lines that help kids build fine motor accuracy. I also recommend going over the sketch pencil with a black outline marker when you’re done for a neater finish. Lastly, erase the pencil marks before adding color.

Easy Drawing Guide: Classic Violin (Viola) Instrument

Fascinating Facts About Violins

  • The violin has been around for 500 years.
  • It takes a lot of energy to play the violin, playing the violin burns about 170 calories per hour.
  • The most expensive violin ever was made by Giuseppe Guarneri in 1741, it was sold for more than $16 million. The unknown buyer gifted this violin to musical prodigy Anne Akiko Meyers as a lifetime loan.
  • Meyers has lifetime use of the 1741 Vieuxtemps Guarneri “del Gesu”. Anne Akiko Meyers does not know who the mysterious donor is!
  • The body of a violin is typically made out of hollowed maple or spruce wood. There are more than 70+ parts to a violin.
  • Italy is usually attributed for the creation of the modern violin.
  • Research shows violinists have greater mindfulness and mental control over larger areas of their hands because it requires both brains to play their best.
  • The Ashmolean Museum owns a $20 million violin.
  • The violin and fiddle are the same instruments. “Violin” is used with classical music. “Fiddle” is used in Irish and folk music. But it’s the same instrument.
  • Ew! Originally, the strings on a violin were made with dried intestines of animals.

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