Who doesn’t love stars? They remind us of the past, they are a symbol of hope, and they twinkle so brightly. Drawing a star is simple.
The first thing to do is draw three lines on top of each other, then make an X with your pencil where they intersect.
Then connect the end of one line to another and continue on this pattern until you have five points on your star shape. If you want to make the star bigger, keep drawing more lines!
In this tutorial, we will learn how to draw a star using only two lines for each point. Many people think it would be more complicated than that, but with these easy steps, anyone can do it!
Follow along and find out what tools you’ll need and draw with me to demonstrate how to create a beautiful star on paper. Let’s start drawing!
What you need
Method-1: Drawing a Five Pointed Star
The pen does not need to raise from the paper to draw a star using this method. You find that this method is the fastest way to draw stars once you get uses to it. You can draw a star with a pencil and then use a marker to remove the inner lines.
Draw a horizontal line starting at the left and going to the right.
Using an angular line, continue drawing.
You should draw the following line at an angle and finish the star drawing at the top.
Your goal is just a few steps away! Next, do the same thing from top to bottom, this time at an angle.
After you have drawn the star, you need to connect the last line with the first. In the case of pencil drawings, outline the drawing with a marker and erase the pencil marks afterward.
Method-2: Draw a 6 pointed star
Start by getting the materials ready for drawing the 6 pointed stars: compass, pencil, ruler, and eraser.
Use the compass to draw a circle.
For the circle, draw two parallel diameters. Identify them as A, B, C, and D.
Between the four quarters formed by the diameters, draw B, C, D, E.
By connecting the points A, D, and E, we can draw an equilateral triangle.
As shown in the image below, draw another triangle from the points F, B, and C.
Method-3: Draw stars 3D effect
The middle should mark by a vertical line. You can draw another line on both sides of the first from the same point. This line will intersect the first one at the bottom.
The middle line should be straight and horizontal. Draw a straight line downward and toward the vertical centerline by extending a straight line from each end of this line. Halfway between the horizontal line and the bottom, these lines will meet the vertical line.
Draw two more lines from the convergence point of the previous lines. As the nearly vertical lines meet, these lines will also meet at the bottom.
Create two straight lines convergent at the star’s center starting from the star’s bottom two points.
Draw two straight lines convergent at the star’s center from each of the star’s side points.
Invert the pentagon in its interior and draw an inverted pentagon inside the star’s center.
Both inside and outside the star guidelines should erase.
You are coloring your drawing star. When two different shades are using in alternate patterns, the star will appear 3D.
Method-4: Draw the Star of David
Hexagrams are also knowing as shields of David, and it’s time to begin designing this shield.
A little triangle should draw on the page.
Overlap the first triangle with the opposite triangle.
Make another large triangle on top.
Make another triangle pointing downward.
Erase the two lines shown below.
In the image below, you can see 2 lines that need to erase again.
Star of David is complete up to this point.
Your star color accordingly.
Draw the star by taking a dot, pressing it down with your pencil, and tracing around it to create an outline. Fill in the middle of the star with a lighter tone than you used for the systems, then use darker lines inside that shape to give more definition.
You can also shade different sections of your drawing using light and dark browns or grays if desired. Erase any stray marks from erasing too much on one side of your paper, so both sides are even! Stars are drawing in one continuous line and can make by connecting three sets of parallel lines if you’re having trouble drawing the perfect star.
Today we learned how to draw a star! We hope you find this helpful. If you’d like more drawing tutorials, visit our blog for other fun and easy drawing lessons. Happy Drawing!
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