Today I want to show you how to draw Jupiter. You will really like this step by step guide because it is very simple and useful.
Now I will show you how to draw Jupiter. It is the fifth planet from the Sun in our solar system. Jupiter is huge, many times the size of our planet.
It is known that Jupiter rotates very quickly around its axis and a day on this planet is much shorter than a day on Earth, but one year lasts a very long time. Jupiter does not have a solid surface because this planet is made up of gas and liquid. When viewed through a telescope, Jupiter looks like a ball of white or cream color.
A closer look reveals that this planet is covered in white, red, brown, and orange clouds. It looks very nice. I think you will be interested in drawing this giant after you have learned some facts.
This lesson consists of nine simple steps that you can easily repeat. Try to draw a smooth outline of Jupiter, and you will draw the rest of the elements without much effort since arbitrary lines are allowed here.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw Jupiter
- Draw an outline.
Determine the size of the drawing and draw an even circle.
- Start drawing the surface of the planet.
Depict a smooth rounded line in the middle of the circle and draw a wavy line at the top.
- Depict clouds at the top.
Draw a smooth rounded line and draw a wavy line a little higher.
- Draw clouds in the middle.
Sketch out wavy lines of arbitrary shape.
- Add the cloud outline.
Depict a smooth wavy line.
- Draw clouds at the bottom.
Sketch out uneven elongated ovals.
- Depict another cloud outline.
Draw a smooth wavy line at the bottom.
- Add details.
Sketch out some small circles on the surface of the planet.
- Color the drawing.
Use beige, brown, and cream colors.
Now you know how to draw Jupiter. I hope that you have received pleasant emotions and acquired useful skills. Write in the comments what other planets of the solar system do you know? What planets would you like to draw in the next lessons?
Now I suggest you download a PDF file with a simplified version of this guide. Thanks to this, the lesson will be available to you at any convenient time.