I suggest you complete a fascinating lesson in which you will learn how to draw the Golden Gate. The guide will be simple and helpful.
I decided to dedicate this lesson to drawing sights, and now you will learn how to draw the Golden Gate step by step. It is a suspension bridge that connects San Francisco and southern Marin County. The bridge got its name from the strait it crosses.
The bridge is painted bright red, which makes it easily recognizable. You may have seen this bridge more than once in many popular films and computer games. Crowds of travelers admire the beautiful view that opens up to this attraction.
While drawing, make sure that both towers are exactly the same. You can use any tools at hand, but I recommend that you draw all the lines yourself so that in the future you can easily draw any more complex object.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw the Golden Gate
- Draw the base.
Determine the size of the drawing and use straight lines to depict the main part of the bridge.
- Depict the towers.
With the help of several straight lines depict two identical towers on the sides.
- Add one side of the bridge.
On the left, draw one curved line and add vertical connecting lines to the base of the bridge.
- Depict the second side of the bridge.
Repeat the previous step and draw the same lines on the right side.
- Draw the middle part of the bridge.
Between the two towers, draw a curved line and successively add vertical connecting lines.
- Sketch out the holes in the towers.
Sequentially depict several holes of the same shape in each tower.
- Detail the lower parts of the towers.
At the bottom of each tower, add curly elements with a few straight lines.
- Sketch out the water.
Draw the surface of the water under the bridge, for this, add a long narrow strip at the bottom.
- Color the bridge.
Use blue and red for coloring.
This is the end of this fascinating lesson. Now you have learned how to draw a real symbol and business card of San Francisco. I would be glad to know your opinion about this lesson. Your feedback motivates me to create new exciting lessons. Especially for your convenience, I have prepared a PDF file with a short version of the lesson. Download the file so you can always return to the lesson, even if the Internet is not available.