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How to Draw a Flame

Artist: Dawn / August 28, 2010
How to Draw a Flame

Step 1.

Here is where I explain how the edges or corners of fire should look when you draw a flame. All you need to do is read this helpful tip further, and move onto to the next tip.

Step 2.

Now for those of you that don't know, the hottest parts of a flame is at the very base. This is where the fire turns into a blueish looking tone. Read along on what to expect.

Step 3.

Now we can start drawing the flames that we so lonely anticipated. Start by making some easy looking guidelines that will eventually be the flames you are going to be drawing.

Step 4.

It's now time to start forming the shapes of each flame you are drawing. Notice how there is shapes and points, this is for the very versatile looking fire that can be draw as big, or as small as you like.

Step 5.

It's now time to finish drawing out your flames that you are doing a great job on. Here you will draw the bottoms of the flame. Notice how the one to the top left has a rounded bottom, and the one to the lower right looks like it's sort of clinging t   

Step 6.

Here is what your drawing or flame comes out looking when you are all done. Color them in, and you are all done. I hope you learned something new when it comes to creating a flame of your own.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 28, 2010
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Description: I had a lot of fun drawing out this next tutorial because it was so easy, and the coloring was simple too. There is many ways you can use flames in your works of art, but what if you want to "draw a flame" instead of a bunch of flames? Fire is one of the hardest things to replicate especially when you are going for a realistic look. I have not yet made a tutorial for realistic flames, but I will soon enough. The great thing about this interpretation of a fiery flame, is you can actually use it to create a tribal flame for a cool looking tattoo, or design for other reasons. Anyways, there really isn’t anything too it when it comes to drawing flames or a flame. In this case I’ve included a series of different shaped flames that can be used for all sorts of things like a fireplace, a camp fire, a burning building, or even an exploding mass of some sorts. When you "draw a flame", you might also want to include some hints of smoke, and patchy areas of sparks. No matter what you choose to do with your fire, I’m sure whatever you draw will turn out looking great. Anyway, I have blaze out of here because there is much, much more that I have yet to submit. So peace out people, and have a happy drawing day.