I suggest you complete a lesson in which you will learn how to draw a meteor. This lesson consists of only six steps.
So, I have prepared for you a great drawing lesson in which I will tell and show you how to draw a meteor step by step. Any novice artist or child can easily cope with the implementation of this drawing lesson.
Each step in this manual has a detailed description. By learning how to draw a meteor with the help of this drawing lesson, you can easily depict this object in the future if you want to draw outer space.
Also on our website, you can find other useful drawing lessons on the image of various space objects. For example, you can draw a spaceship, an astronaut, stars, planets and other objects, and then complete your drawing with an image of a meteor.
Each of you must have ever seen meteors in various films, cartoons, books or video games. Meteors are small solid celestial bodies. Some of them, approaching the Earth, are heated and flare brightly, leaving a bright trail behind them.
The bright fireball sweeps across the sky, and after its disappearance, an explosion is heard. Such meteors are called fireballs. They are so large that they do not have time to collapse in the atmosphere, and their remnants fall to Earth. And then the meteor turns into a meteorite—ordinary-looking pieces of stone or iron, very similar to ordinary terrestrial stones.
An important stage in the implementation of this work will be the stage of coloring, because it is in it that you can give this drawing an unusual and realistic look. When drawing fire, you will need to depict a phased transition from light yellow to red.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Meteor
- Draw the outline of the stone.
To depict the stone, you should draw a figure that looks like a circle with curved sides.
- Make the stone more realistic.
To make the painted stone look more voluminous and realistic, add lines on its surface.
- Depict the burning elements.
Inside the previously drawn outline of the stone, draw three small shapes using curved lines.
- Start drawing fire around the meteor.
Near the outline of the stone, and also above it, draw a long, curved line, as shown in the figure.
- Finish drawing the outline of the fire.
Continue drawing the fire from the ends of the drawn line by adding curved lines.
- Color the drawing.
To color the meteor, use gray, yellow, orange, and red.
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