How to Draw a Sun

Artist: Dawn / June 14, 2010

Step 1.

Draw two circles, one large shape, and a smaller circle in the middle.

Step 2.

You will then start drawing the fiery looking sun rays that is blaring on the outside of the suns shape.

Step 3.

For your last drawing step, all you have to do now is finish drawing the bottom sun rays like you see here. Erase the shapes you drew in step one.

Step 4.

This is what your sun looks like when you are done. All you need to do now is color it in, and you have just drawn the earths sun.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 14, 2010
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