|Date Added: December 14, 2008|
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Description: Hello everyone and welcome back to another fun filled drawing lesson on a really cool sports tutorial that I know you will all love. Today I will be showing you "how to draw a baseball", step by step. The baseball is used in the bat and ball game of baseball and every baseball player on each team uses this sports object to throw at one and other to score outs, bases, and home runs. A baseball is made to be nine to nine and one fourth inches in circumference, and it weighs at least five ounces. The material used to make the filler of the baseball is either cork, rubber, or a combined mixture of the two and may even sometimes contain twine or wool. Once the mold is made it is then covered with two pieces of cut shaped leather and it is usually stitched together using a total of one hundred and eight stitches of waxed cotton thread that is usually red in color. With this tutorial you will learn how to draw a baseball step by step. I added some additional features such as a trail of flames to express how fast a baseball can be thrown by a very talented pitcher. Some baseballs are thrown at record speeds from 100-107 miles per hour. No matter how you look at the sport it is an extremely fun game to get into and watch. I hope you sports nuts out there enjoy this lesson on "how to draw a baseball". The instructions are simple to read and the steps are easy to follow. I will be back in a bit with more drawing fun so stay tuned.