In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw a scroll step by step. This simple lesson contains eight steps.
I am glad to offer you this fascinating drawing lesson, in which I will show you how to draw a scroll step by step. This lesson will greatly help you improve your artistic skills. You can easily cope with this task, even if you are an aspiring artist or a child, and you do not have too much drawing experience.
The scroll is a long piece of material on which you can write something. The scroll usually consists of paper, parchment, or papyrus. For storage, the scrolls are rolled up. In ancient times, people passed any records to each other, mainly with the help of scrolls.
Learn how to draw a scroll with this drawing lesson, you can use it as an idea for various entries. For example, you can draw a scroll and then write something on the scroll you have drawn. This way, your entry will look like it is placed in a beautiful frame. Right now you can prepare your art supplies and then enjoy painting with my instructions!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Scroll
- Draw the top outlines of the scroll.
To complete this step, draw two curved lines across the top of your drawing.
- Finish drawing the top outline of the scroll.
Connect the edges of the previously drawn curved lines with two symmetrical arcs.
- Add the side edges of the scroll.
Below the previously drawn elements, draw two vertical lines, as shown in the figure.
- Depict the bottom of the scroll.
Now you should add two more curved lines at the bottom of your drawing.
- Finish drawing the bottom outline of the scroll.
Connect the edges of the previously drawn curved lines with two more curved lines.
- Make the scroll look voluminous.
At the top of the scroll, add two curved lines on the right and left sides.
- Sketch out the voluminous lower part of the scroll.
Now add two rounded lines on the right and left sides at the bottom of the scroll.
- Color the drawing.
To color this scroll, use a light gray color.
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