In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw a hot air balloon. This tutorial is for kids and beginners.
I am glad to offer you a very interesting and exciting drawing lesson in which you will learn how to draw a hot air balloon.
The hot air balloon is considered the lightest air vehicle. It consists of a large bag, called an envelope, which keeps the air inside, and a basket suspended under the bag, in which the passengers are carried. A heat source is used to heat the air inside the bag. Most often, a propane torch is used as a heat source.
Hot air balloons are used by tourists and outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy flying. Hot air balloons have a large carrying capacity and can travel long distances in a single flight.
The ability to draw a balloon will definitely come in handy if you want to draw this beautiful flying object against the background of the sky or a natural landscape.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Hot Air Balloon
- Draw the main body of the balloon.
To complete this simple step, you need to draw one circle at the top of the drawing.
- Continue drawing the ball.
Now depict on the sides of the previously drawn circle two tangent lines pointing down.
- Finish drawing the top of the ball.
Connect the bottom ends of the two previously drawn lines with one straight horizontal line.
- Add the cables holding the basket.
Below the previously drawn line, draw four straight lines of the same length.
- Start drawing the basket.
Below, draw a rectangle and a shape that looks like a rectangle without one side.
- Finish drawing the basket.
Add a rectangle-like shape with rounded corners and one side missing.
- Depict the bags and the balloon element.
Sketch out three bags on the basket using curved lines, and add a straight horizontal line.
- Add details.
At the top of the balloon, draw many curved lines, as shown in the picture.
- Color the drawing.
To color the balloon, use red and shades of brown.
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