How to Draw a Planet
Next, start drawing out the lining for the craters you see here, or you can draw in your own planet spots.
Now you will lightly sketch in all the detailing lines that will add texture and definition to your planet. Erase nothing because there is no guidelines or shapes at all.
October 13, 2010
Description: Hey guys, I’m back with more drawing fun, and this time the tutorial is going to be pretty basic. As some of you may know, I have drawn and submitted lessons on all the planets of our solar system, and even a lesson on our solar system itself. Today, I thought it would be really fun to do a tutorial on just "how to draw a planet", step by step. As you can imagine there is nothing to it when drawing a planet because all you need to do is draw a great big circle, and maybe some notches for a bunch of craters and such. You can even make a planet look like a creepy mass filled with a bunch of aliens that are creepy or scary too. When drawing your planet you don’t have to draw the craters in the spots that I did, you can use your imagination when it comes to creating your very own place out in space; hey that rhymed. Anyways, I think that’s all I will say for this description because since it’s not really an actual planet we know of, there is nothing to talk about. Oh yeah, did you know that a new planet was discovered and it is very much like earth? Its true guys, if you want to find out more 411 on Gliese 581 g, which is the name of the newly discovered planet, just click on the planets name and you will be directed to a place where you can read the full article on Gliese 581. That’s all the time I have for this tutorial, but I will be back with two more lessons for ya’ll. Peace out, and have fun!