How to Draw AC DC Back in Black

Artist: Dawn / March 14, 2008

Step 1.

This first step is super duper simple all you have to do is draw several lines so it will give to guidance when you go draw out the lettering. Start by drawing three horizontal lines that are spaced apart. Then draw six vertical lines that vary in si   

Step 2.

Now here in this step you can start drawing out the outlines of the letters using the line grid as your guide. Notice how every letter contains points on the top and bottom, this makes it look like electric bolts. Speaking of electric bolts that is    

Step 3.

Now this is a very simple step as well. All you have to do is trace around the lettering that you just drew back in step 3. This is going to give the AC/DC letters a three dimensional look. After you get this step drawn out as shown above move down t   

Step 4.

And once again here all you are going to do is draw yet another step of traced lines on the inner lines you drew in step 3. This is going to give the letters a more full bodied jump at you effect. After your drawing looks like the one above, erase t   

Step 5.

And this is what your finished AC/DC band lettering should look like when you are completely done. That was easy right. All that you have to do is color the background of your paper black and hang it on the wall. That will conclude this tutorial on h   

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 14, 2008
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