How To Draw A Treble Clef

Artist: xXMedicGirlXx / July 27, 2009

Step 1.

Draw a simple pair of parallel lines. Make sure they are NOT straight- they should be slightly slanted to the left.

Step 2.

Starting at the top, on the right, draw a backwards 'S' that ends almost at the bottom of the lines on the left. Make sure you keep the 'S' on a slant along with the line.

Step 3.

From where you ended with the 'S' from the last step, bring it curved upwards and around to form a single swirl. Note that when this step is finished, the swirl at the bottom should pass across the parallel lines 3 (three) times!

Step 4.

Erase all the areas where the lines meet and connect them so the treble clef is one fully closed firgure. Then, at the bottom, complete the treble clef by curving the line up (to the left) and into a small circle. When you are totally finished, the d   

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Artist: xXMedicGirlXx
Date Added: July 27, 2009
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Description: Being a musician for quite a while has bought to my attention that, while many can read and play music, others cannot draw the symbols used in music. Being a composer as well, I know how frustrating it is when you have to write out music by hand. But, even when you do, you want it to come out looking as beautiful as possible. As for drawing the treble clef, a clef for upper voices and many Bb instruments, it's a work of art. Some people are just naturally good at drawing them. But, if you're like me, you're not. So I hope this tutorial helps you learn to draw a nice and neat treble clef.