How to Draw a Baby Stroller

Baby strollers, also called a buggy, are baby carriers for babies generally up to the age of 3 yrs. Adults handle these carriages for an easy transportation of children. The history of using a baby carrier dates back to the year 1889, when William Richardson patented his idea of first reversible stroller. Today, many innovative and stylish baby strollers are available in different sizes and models, which are both functionally as well as aesthetically pleasing.

Required art tools:

- Pencil

- Eraser

- Paper or canvas

- Colors and paint brush (optional)

baby basket. The upper end of these lines may be curved to form an inverted ‘U,’ representing the handles. To each of these lines, connect another one such that it forms an inverted ‘Y.’ Join the arms of the inverted ‘Y’ to form a triangle on each side of the stroller and draw a circle at the lower vertex of the two triangles to represent the wheels.