How to Draw a Tiara, Crown

Artist: Dawn / May 28, 2009

Step 1.

You are going to be learning how to draw two objects, a tiara and a crown. Start with an egg shape for the crown and then a circle for the tiara. Draw guidelines within the shapes and then move to the next step.

Step 2.

You will now start drawing out the outlined shapes of the tiara and crown as you see here. One looks like a flat ruined cake and the other looks like a clumped up birthday cake.

Step 3.

You will now start drawing in the dimensions of the two crowns as seen here. When drawing out your kings crown you will also need to take your times with the jewels on the clustered design in the middle. Look at the tiara, see what you have to do? Ok   

Step 4.

You will draw the spikes and cross design on the crown and then draw out the gold rim that sits on the kings head. Remember all crowns and tiara's were once made with all gold or polished silver. Add the final design holes in the tiara and then you c   

Step 5.

When you are done your objects should come out look like the ones you see here. Pretty simple right? Well pick your colors and shade them in. That will do it for this instalment on "how to draw a tiara, crown step by step".

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 28, 2009
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Description: Boy that last tutorial was fun huh? Mimes are great when learning how to draw them. This next lesson is going to be on “how to draw a tiara, crown step by step”. This is going to be a very basic lesson on two objects; a tiara and a crown. Tiaras are commonly seen on the heads of princesses and even brides. Little girls love wearing these sparkling pieces of jewelry because they can make-believe that they are princesses as well living in a far off land. Brides wear tiaras for support for a vale, and for supporting their beautiful hair styles as well. You know what?, Miss America, Miss Universe, and even Mrs Teen USA all have a tiara placed on their heads when the winner is chosen. Come to think about it, even the “Prom Queen” gets a tiara placed above her brow when she is crowned. So you see there is many uses for a tiara whether you are a little girl playing in your backyard, or a vibrant woman walking down the isle ready to commit to the man she loves. If you are a man, well you wouldn't be wearing a tiara unless you wanted to. No, instead you would be wearing a crown. Crowns are worn by both kings and princes. A man will also have a crown placed on his head when he too is being chosen for “Prom King”. Sorry but, a groom doesn't wear a crown in my country unless of course the wedding is performed out of tradition. Weddings that are performed out of tradition may sometimes require the groom to wear some sort of crown upon the head. Anyways, what fun is it talking about tiara's and crowns? I think it's more fun learning “how to draw a tiara, crown step by step”. One more to go guys and I will be all done for the night. I will be back to upload my last tutorial. So stay tuned.