How to Draw An Explosion

The term “explosion” refers to explosive is described by “a rapid increase in volume and release of energy in an extreme manner, usually with the generation of high temperatures and the release of gases.”

Explosions can result from natural causes, such as eruptions of volcanoes, stars that go supernova or meteor impacts. They may also be caused by human activity or accidentally created to aid in demolition and construction or for use as a weapon in war.

Explosions are an extremely regular feature of popular culture. Action, science fiction, and war films typically feature explosions. Film Director Michael Bay is especially noted for his use of explosions.

Explosions were also commonplace also in Looney Tunes cartoons, as when Yosemite Sam or Wile E Coyote attempted make use of TNT or dynamite – that often backfired. Comics can feature explosions when villains and superheroes meet, as well as words such as “boom” and “pow.”

Did you even know? In 1908, a baffling explosion, known as”the Tunguska phenomenon occurred in Russia. It is believed to have been “a stony meteoroid about 100 metres (330 feet) in size… disintegrated at an altitude of 5 to 10 kilometres (3 to 6 miles)” above the earth, flattening the forest to 80 million trees that covered two thousand acres (over 800 sq miles).

Do you want to draw an explosion? This step-by step illustration tutorial are available to help you learn how to draw. All you need is an eraser, a pencil and a piece of paper. It is also possible to color your drawing.

How to Draw An Explosion Step-By-Step

1st Step:

This tutorial will teach you how to draw an initial explosion, we’ll begin at an explosion’s top.

In order to achieve this, trace some lines that are bumpy following the curve in order to give this illusion. In the beginning there’s gaps on the bottom and one small gap to the left side, however, we’ll fill those gaps in the near future.

After you’ve created these elements, you’re now ready for the next step.

How to Draw An Explosion

2nd Step:

For this portion of the drawing of the explosion you’ll sketch the thin middle ‘column’ that surrounds the explosion. Then, you will draw a curve that flows downwards from the left part of the explosion.

While you’re at it you can draw a small curve in the empty space that you’ve left to the left of the cloud’s top.

Then, draw a curving line towards the right, however, this time leaving an intermediate gap at the point where the line ends.

How to Draw An Explosion

3rd Step:

We’ll add an initial base and additional information in this part of the instructional on drawing an explosion.

The first step is to draw a line on the end of your drawing. After that, you can draw more bumpy lines to form clouds in the middle of the blast.

The cloud also passes through the middle column that is the source of the explosive as seen in our image of reference.

It is also possible to add bumpy lines along near the bottom of the column that is the source of the blast, as we can see in the image below.

How to Draw An Explosion

4th Step:

This step , along with next steps will add the final touches to your blast drawing in order to complete it.

It is now possible to draw more bumpy lines along the side of the explosion’s top and also on to the side of the column.

You can also use curves that go across the top of the explosion to create the best effect.

How to Draw An Explosion

5th Step:

If there’s an explosion, the debris will be released in all directions and we’ll draw the fragments in this section of the tutorial on drawing an explosion.

One of these shards will take up the gap left by the right side of the central section of the blast.

To complete the picture you need to add some random designs that are flying from the middle in the explosion.

We have added four pieces of debris, however you can include more or less based on your preference. you can alter the location a little.

How to Draw An Explosion

6th Step:

The blast drawing you’ve drawn is nearly done, and we require a few additional details before we can call it done.

Then, draw upward lines within the column’s center, which extend away from its base.

It is then possible to add long jagged lines running to the bottom of the head of the explosion. A few bumpy lines within the explosion could assist in creating the effect.

In the end, there are a few things you can do to add some details surrounding the explosion. The first step is to draw lines that extend outwards from the base of the explosion. This is shown in the image of reference.

It is then done with more pronounced shapes that extend outward, along and a few splinters smaller to add some heft.

Technically speaking, this should be enough to be enough to complete the drawing. However, ensure that you add any additional details you’d like to add.

Perhaps you can sketch someone who is running from the blast to create an actual action scene!

How to Draw An Explosion

7th Step:

The picture is already stunning however, you can make it even more stunning by following this step in drawing an explosive tutorial! You can also add some beautiful colors to make this image come to life.

In this example image we’ve utilized colors such as orange, red, as well as yellow, to create this exploding style pop and hot!

You may use similar colors for your personal flair, but feel free to mix any color you’d like.

The use of crayons or acrylic paints can create this image in a vibrant comical style.

The use of watercolors or crayons create a soft and classic style. What colors and media do you intend to incorporate into this stunning drawing?

How to Draw An Explosion

 

 

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