In this lesson, I will tell you and show you in detail how to draw Saturn. I promise that you will find an interesting and useful pastime.
I suggest you complete an interesting lesson on the topic of space objects, and in this lesson you will learn how to draw Saturn. It is the second-largest planet in the solar system and the sixth planet in terms of distance from the Sun.
Saturn does not have a solid surface and consists of gas, so Saturn has the smallest density compared to other planets. The main feature of Saturn is that this planet has a system of rings, which consist of dust, gas, and ice particles.
I hope that you were interested in learning a few facts about the planet Saturn and you are ready to start the lesson. Now you will see that drawing Saturn is very easy, because the simplest elements will be used here.
First you need to draw the outline of the planet, and then you need to add the rings. Be especially careful when coloring the planet. If you want Saturn to look more realistic, then use several shades, between which there are smooth transitions.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw Saturn
- Draw the main outline.
Determine the size of your drawing and draw an even circle.
- Depict the outer outline of the ring.
Draw a smooth line around the circle.
- Add the inner contour of the ring.
Sketch out another small line around the circle.
- Detail the surface of the planet.
At this stage, depict a few uneven thin lines.
- Detail the rings.
Add a thin line in the middle of the rings.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Carefully remove all extra lines in your drawing.
- Color the Saturn.
Use different shades of brown.
As usual, at the end of the lesson, you can download a PDF file for free, which contains a brief instruction and additional materials necessary for the effective implementation of the lesson.