How to Draw an Arrow in a Few Easy Steps: Drawing Tutorial for Kids and Beginners

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Learn to draw an arrow. This step-by-step tutorial makes it easy. Kids and beginners alike can now draw a great looking arrow.

The bow and arrow is an ancient weapon. The oldest arrowheads to be discovered are many thousands of years old. Until the Middle Ages, the bow and arrow were the most prominent weapons of hunting and warfare throughout the world.

You don't need any special pens or tools. A regular pencil, eraser, and paper are all you need.

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