In this tutorial you will see how to draw a diamond step by step. I am sure that you will enjoy this simple and fascinating lesson.
In this lesson, I will tell you and show you in detail how to draw a diamond. With the step-by-step guide, you will easily draw a diamond and enjoy the drawing process. This lesson is created for children and beginners, so you can easily cope with it.
I think you have seen many times a diamond used as an adornment of some jewelry. Diamonds are considered very valuable and expensive minerals. To draw a diamond with this step-by-step guide, you need to be able to draw straight lines.
Be careful and you will be able to create a great drawing. I am sure that you will be able to draw this beautiful diamond perfectly!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Diamond
- Draw the outline of the top edge of the diamond.
To complete this very simple step, you only need to draw one straight horizontal line.
- Add the sides of the top of the diamond.
From the ends of the previously drawn line, draw two short straight oblique lines.
- Complete the outline of the diamond.
Outline two straight oblique lines to draw a figure similar to a triangle without one base.
- Start drawing the inner facets of the diamond.
Connect the upper ends of the two previously drawn lines with one straight horizontal line.
- Add two facets at the top of the diamond.
Draw two symmetrical straight oblique lines of the same size at the top of the diamond.
- Depict two more facets on a diamond’s top.
Add two more straight lines to depict a figure similar to a triangle without a lower base.
- Draw the facet at the bottom of the diamond.
Outline one straight oblique line at the bottom of the diamond you have drawn.
- Picture the last facet at the bottom of the diamond.
Draw another straight oblique line, as in the previous step, placing it on the right.
- Color the drawing.
To color diamond, use different shades of blue to depict its light and dark areas.
This was the step-by-step lesson of drawing a diamond. I would be happy to read your comments with feedback on this lesson. You can ask your questions as well as suggest new ideas for drawing lessons. As usual, I have prepared a short version of this guide in PDF format for you.