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Monday, November 25, 2013

How To Draw A Flying Saucer Worksheet, Free.

How to draw a flying saucer is a simple project that helps the young artist compose a subject evenly and with balance.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: If your drawing of a spaceship does not work out the way you hoped do not give up artist are harder on themselves than anybody else so if you are frustrated then it is great! It shows you are thinking like an artist. Keep drawing, bookmark this blog and come back every day and do another project and soon you will be a great artist.

How To Draw A Flying Saucer Worksheet.
To print the free worksheet above just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. if you have problems printing this see the how to print tab above for some suggestions.

To make the saucer shape look even use a short guideline up and down for the center and a longer guideline across for the width.

Starting at the guidelines draw an arch shape from the outside edge to the center top, as you go switch back and forth from one side to the other and switching from top to bottom. Be sure to make the distance from the middle to each end the same on both sides.

Draw the dome at the top, use the guideline to keep it even.
The landing gear below is in line with the edge of the dome and goes half way to the edge of the saucer.
Draw windows or lights on the guideline across the space ship.
Draw a window in the dome.
Draw a line and a dot for an antenna.

Draw a rectangle door underneath the saucer and a ramp going from the door to the ground. The ramp should be two lines that start at the door and go outward and are wider at the bottom, it should be slightly longer than the landing gear and look slightly lower in the picture.

Draw some craters on the ground and some rocky jagged mountains in the background. Use shadows to make the spaceship look round.

(c) Adron

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