This learning tutorial presents you how to draw a castle with a moat. This is an easy video for beginners in step by step manner. So pick up pencil and start sketching it on a paper.
If you have ever seen a castle, you must have studied about, or observed a moat around a castle. These moats were constructed around castles to protect states and armies from external attacks. If you are not familiar to moats, then here is a brief introduction for you. A moat is a ditch, small or large, a river, lake, or a dry hurdle around a castle, building, fort, or a town used solely for protection and security of a state or a town. History of moats dated back from Egyptian and Babylonian era, where the castles were used to be protected by spilling water around the corners of a fort. We will draw a castle with moat in a step by step and easy video tutorial specially prepared for beginners and kids.
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Castles are the fortified building used for defense purposes in ancient times by emperors and for saving ammunition as well as ration and many other valuables. Those castles were guarded heavily by gaurds serving for 24 hours will scrutinize access to the building even for special guests. Castles were mainly built by Europeans and Middle Eastern emperors to defend their domains. They were also used to protect nobles and their advisors in a war like situation. Castles originated in 9th and 10th century and innovative architecture of castle is purely a European innovation. These castles played an important role in crusades to protect romans from Muslim army but could not resist at that time. The term castle is derivative of the Latin word castellum which is a miniature of the expression castrum, means “fortified place”. After 18th century, gothic architecture revived by building on scientific principles with more strength and accommodation.
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