Hello, young artists! Today, we’re hitting the courts as we learn to draw a basketball. Grab your pencils, and let’s capture the excitement of the game with this simple yet dynamic drawing.
Whether you’ve dribbled a basketball on the playground, watched thrilling matches, or dreamt of making the perfect shot, we’re turning that sports enthusiasm into art. Follow the easy step-by-step instructions, and soon you’ll have your very own basketball drawing ready to score big.
So, are you ready to showcase your artistic slam dunk? Let’s shoot for the stars and draw a basketball together! 🏀🎨
How to Draw a Basketball
First, sketch a semi circle.
Draw another semi circle to form the basic shape of the basketball. This serves as the outline and is the foundation for your drawing.
Add a curved line that runs from the left to the right of the circle. This line should curve upwards, mimicking the shape of a basketball where the lines curve around the form.
Draw another curved line perpendicular to the first, creating a pattern similar to a tennis ball’s seam. This line should also be curved to give the ball a three-dimensional appearance.
Now, form an “S” shape on the right side of the basketball.
Now, draw a small curved line on the upper part of the basketball as shown in the picture.
Create the same “S” pattern on the ball as you did in step 5 of the basketball.
Finally, color the basketball in the appropriate shades, typically orange with black lines, to give it the iconic basketball look.
Creating a basketball is a fun and straightforward craft. Begin by inflating a basketball to the desired size.
Once your homemade basketball is ready, share your DIY creation with us. Enjoy the process of making your own basketball, and have fun playing!
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