In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw an eclipse step-by-step. This instruction consists of only five very easy steps.
I suggest you complete a new, exciting lesson in which I will show you how to draw an eclipse. The instruction is very simple and contains only five steps.
An eclipse can be total, partial, or annular. A solar eclipse occurs two to five times a year, and the eclipse can be of different types.
In ancient times, a solar eclipse was considered a bad omen, but with the development of astronomy, this phenomenon has received scientific justification.
In the figure you see the Moon and the Sun, while the Sun is partially hidden behind the Moon, that is, a partial eclipse is shown here. To successfully complete this lesson, you will need your ability to draw even circles.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw an Eclipse
- Draw the moon.
Depict a straight circle.
- Add the Sun.
Depict another circle, part of which is hidden behind the first circle.
- Depict the rays of the Sun.
Use small, curved lines to represent the spiky rays.
- Detail the surface of the Moon.
On the Moon, draw some ovals using thin lines.
- Color the drawing.
Color the Moon gray and the Sun yellow and red.
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