How to Draw a Pyramid

A pyramid is a structure that has triangular outer surfaces and converges to one point at its top.

The base of the pyramid can be any shape you like, even if it is a pyramid.

The Great Pyramid of Giza is the most common pyramid that comes to mind when we think of pyramids. It is no surprise that the Great Pyramid of Giza is the most famous pyramid in the world.

Although it may seem impossible to see the Great Pyramid at Giza in person, you can still draw one so that you can view it from the comfort of your own home.

This tutorial will show you how to draw a pyramid. It is divided into 9 steps and includes simple illustrations.

Have fun building your own pyramid!

1st Step:

Draw a diagonal line along the left side. This creates the left side for the pyramid.

Straight lines are the key to drawing a pyramid. To help you draw straight lines quickly, use a ruler at every step.

2nd Step:

Draw a diagonal line downward from the point at which the diagonal line was drawn previously. This is the top of the pyramid.

If drawn correctly, it should form an inverted V shape line as shown in the illustration.

3rd Step:

From the left-bottom endpoint, draw another diagonal line. This creates the left-bottom part of the pyramid.

Remember that the endpoint should align with the point where the diagonal lines intersect.

4th Step:

Fill in the empty space to finalize the shape of your pyramid. Draw a diagonal line connecting the ends of the lower diagonal line (left) and the upper diagonal line (right).

Now, you should have the outline or shape of the pyramid.

5th Step:

In the middle of the pyramid’s outline, draw a vertical line. This gives the pyramid dimension illusion. The pyramid now looks realistic and three-dimensional.

Keep in mind that the line should start at the pointed arch at top and extend down to the point at the bottom of the pyramid.

6th Step:

You can draw multiple horizontal lines on the left side pyramid. These lines form the distinctive patterns of the pyramid.

All horizontal lines must be parallel.

7th Step:

You can draw multiple vertical lines in the horizontal spaces left of the pyramid.

To create patterns very similar to bricks, the vertical lines should be drawn alternately as shown in the illustration.

8th Step:

We will move on to the other side after we have completed the patterns on the left.

As in the previous steps, draw parallel horizontal lines across each side of the pyramid. The horizontal lines should have identical spaces.

9th Step:

Finish the pyramid’s patterns by drawing alternate vertical lines in the horizontal spaces. This should create a pattern that is similar to the left side.

The pyramid drawing is now complete, as you can see. All that’s left is to add some color to make the pyramid bright and colorful.

We have now successfully drawn a pyramid! It’s now time to choose the colors and color the pyramid.

The pyramids were traditionally covered with slabs of high-polished, white limestone. As they age, however, the colors of the pyramids may change.

You can choose the colors for your pyramid! You can choose any color or combine multiple colors to make a multi-colored pyramid.

Enjoy playing with colors, and then watch the pyramid come to life.

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