In this drawing lesson, I suggest you learn how to draw a ribbon. This lesson will be very simple and will consist of only six steps.
I have prepared for you a wonderful and very simple drawing lesson, in which I would like to tell you how to draw a ribbon step by step. This lesson is perfect for beginners and children to complete, because when creating it, I used the simplest possible elements.
Each of you has seen the tape many times, because it is a fairly common subject. Most often, ribbons are used to decorate something. For example, you can decorate a room with a ribbon in preparation for any holiday or event, typically clothes and accessories are decorated with ribbons.
You can also decorate a bouquet of flowers or a gift with a ribbon. In addition, with the help of the image of the tape, you can decorate any of your drawings, then these paintings will look much more presentable.
In order to complete this lesson well, you need to be able to draw straight and curved lines. This drawing lesson will greatly help you to improve your artistic abilities, as in it, you will learn how to depict objects in volume.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Ribbon
- Draw the top edge of the tape.
To complete this step, depict one curved line as shown.
- Add fold lines and the bottom edge of the ribbon.
Below the drawn line, draw two straight lines, and connect their ends with a wavy line.
- Sketch out one end of the ribbon.
On the right side of the previously drawn elements, add some short lines.
- Depict another end of the ribbon.
Add elements similar to those previously drawn, placing them on the left side.
- Add the tape more voluminous.
To make the ribbon look realistic, add some curved lines of different lengths.
- Color the drawing.
To color this ribbon, use red and burgundy.
I will be glad to read your feedback and ideas for new drawing lessons. Don’t forget to download the PDF file, which contains a short version of this lesson, as well as additional practice materials to help you complete it.