I suggest you complete a very useful drawing lesson with which you will learn how to draw a meteorite step by step.
With this simple instruction, I would like to tell and show you how to draw a meteorite step by step. I am sure that each of you will really enjoy this lesson on the image of a space object.
This tutorial is great for beginners or kids as it doesn’t contain any difficult to draw elements. By learning how to draw a meteorite with this instruction, you can easily draw it as the main subject of your drawing in the future, and also make your paintings more interesting by depicting a meteorite against the background of space, as well as complementing your drawing with an image of a planet, comet, meteor, astronaut, or spaceship.
Meteorites are space objects available for study on Earth, and carry a large amount of information about the processes and phenomena occurring on other planets. The study of meteorites reveals the mysteries and mysteries of the Cosmos, which man has just begun to touch.
Meteorites are rocks that have fallen to Earth from space. For the most part, these are fragments of asteroids of various sizes that fly in space in the so-called asteroid belt, located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
When colliding with each other, asteroids change their orbits and can fall to Earth. You can also find meteorites from the celestial bodies of the Moon and Mars closest to the Earth. According to their composition, meteorites are divided into iron, stone and iron-stone.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Meteorite
- Draw the outline of the base of the meteorite.
To depict the meteorite stone, you should draw a figure that looks like a circle with curved sides.
- Start drawing fire around the meteor.
Near the outline of the stone, and also slightly above it, draw a long, curved line.
- Finish drawing the outline of the fire.
Draw pointed, fluttering flames on top of the meteorite by adding curved lines.
- Make the drawing of the fire more realistic.
With the help of curved lines, add a few separate flames around the wound drawn outline.
- Make the stone more realistic.
To make the stone look more voluminous and realistic, add short lines on its surface.
- Color the drawing.
To color the meteorite you’ve drawn, use gray, yellow, and red.
I remind you that you can download the PDF file that I have prepared especially for your convenience. This file contains a short version of this lesson and has additional useful training materials. Download this file so as not to lose it and return to this lesson at any time convenient for you.