Space is filled with amazing phenomena that you can see and be amazed by. Each year, new stars, planets and other amazing sights are discovered. We will never know everything in space.
Comets are among the most amazing celestial objects. They are made up of many objects and debris that are moving through space.
Although most of us will never see a comet in person, learning how to draw one may be the best thing.
This tutorial will help you recreate the experience of seeing a comet.
This step-by-step guide will help you draw a comet in 6 simple steps.
How To Draw A Comet Step-By-Step
This guide will show you how to draw a Comet. First, draw a straight line to the front of the comet.
You don’t have to make it perfect round or smooth. Instead, you can draw it freely. After that, we’ll draw the first portion of the side of our comet.
To suggest it is moving through the air, the sides of the comet’s face will be drawn using straight, pointed lines.
To ensure that these pointed wedges are straight, you can use a ruler or other tool to help you. Once you’re done with this section, you can move on to the next step in the guide.
We will now draw the opposite side of the comet drawing. This section will connect to the part at the front of the comet. It will be on the left-hand.
Simply copy the steps on the right to draw this part. To make it appear like it’s gliding through the air, you will need to draw straight lines that extend outward from the sides.
This is it for the part. Now you can go on to step 3.
As it soars through space, every comet has a tail. This is the third step in , our guide to drawing comets.
We will be focusing our attention on the right-hand side, so we won’t draw the tail. We will use sharper points, such as the ones you used to draw the sides of your comet.
They will grow longer and will gradually move inward, making the tail appear a little thinner.
As we move to the next step, we will continue drawing this tail.
This step will be very simple. This part will include more drawing of the tail.
As shown in the image, this part will be located at the tail’s end. To complete the outline, draw more lines with sharp points at the tail of the comet to finish it.
After that drawing is complete, there are just a few details left to include in the next step.
This fifth step in is our guide on drawing a comet. We will finish off the last details and elements so you are ready for the final step.
Finish the tail of your comet now by following the same steps as before to fill in the remaining space.
Next, we’ll add details to the interior. To show the object inside the comet, draw some rounded lines around the inner edge.
Next, draw more jagged, pointed lines that extend from the round section, poking into the interior.
Now you can move on to the next step. You can add any final details before you move on.
One idea is to draw a background that shows the vast space behind your comet. What other fun details could you add to this image?
You are almost done with your comet drawing! Now all it needs is some colors to complete it. We used a variety of colors throughout the comet in our reference image.