Human civilization has been around for millennia and through the centuries, the most important states have left behind quite a number of magnificent structures. Most famous are the pyramids that were built in ancient Egypt. The pyramids were constructed to serve as tombs for pharaohs. They also served, alongside other functions, such as massive and praiseworthy monuments. There exist a variety of myths and legends regarding the pyramids. Many believe that these are protected by terrifying mammoths Some say that the pyramids weren’t constructed by humans, however, but rather by aliens. However, we favor an approach that is scientific and are not convinced of any of this. We suggest that you begin this course and learn ways to create an equilateral pyramid.


Step 1

Let’s draw an irregular triangle that can serve as the front wall of the pyramid design to come. Take an appropriate ruler and using it draw the three lines. Or, you can attempt to draw this without the aid of a ruler. We suggest learning how to draw with no tools.



Step 2

Then, using simple lines, we define the lateral sides of the pyramid. Be aware that the line at the base must be nearly flat. This will give the impression as if we’re standing at the bottom of the pyramid.


Step 3

Prior to that, the pyramids were covered in plaster which sank away throughout the years with only a small portion remaining at the top. In the final stage, we have to sketch out the contours of the plaster. Also, near the top of the image, it is necessary to draw a line of the horizon.


Step 4

The most painful part of the class in drawing an outline of a pyramid. Utilize a variety of straight lines to create the appearance of the stones that make up the pyramid. On the plaster, draw fake lines for masonry.


Step 5

Let’s make our pyramid drawing larger. To achieve this, you’ll have to draw hatching like the one shown from below. Don’t forget to include the shadow cast and the appearance that the sand has.



Today, we attempted to demonstrate how to draw the pyramid. If we’ve achieved our goal or not, only you will be able to inform us. We’re waiting for your comments on this issue and what other lessons you would like us to share with you.


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