In this tutorial you will see how to draw a football step by step. I think you will easily be able to cope with this lesson, which consists of only six steps.
I have developed an interesting new drawing lesson on how to draw a football and now I am ready to offer it to you! If you are a football fan, then this fascinating lesson will certainly not leave you indifferent. I promise that you will enjoy this lesson, as it is quite simple and very fun at the same time.
A football is the most important piece of football equipment for children and adults alike, and it is the most important thing without which there can be no game of football. Traditionally, a football should be black and white, that is, with black pentagons and white hexagons. This coloring has become the standard for footballs and the symbol of football and sport in general.
I think it’s now time to start drawing the football step by step.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Football
- Draw the outline of the football.
To do this step, you need to be able to draw circles. Depict one correct circle.
- Depict the pentagon.
You should draw this figure using five identical straight lines.
- Continue to draw the pattern on the football.
Draw straight lines of different sizes coming from each of the corners of the pentagon.
- Draw a few more figures.
Complete several hexagons by joining straight lines to the previously drawn lines.
- Complete the drawing of the pattern.
Add a few more straight lines around the edges of the football to complete the pattern on it.
- Color the drawing.
You can color in black the pentagon and parts of the pentagons you have drawn.
Great job! I think you’ve not only learned how to draw a football step by step but also become even more interested in a sport like a football. I look forward to receiving your comments on this lesson and don’t forget to share this drawing tutorial with your friends if you like it. You can save and print the PDF version of this tutorial. Thanks to this file, you can have access to the drawing lesson at any convenient time.
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