How to Draw Bullet Holes

Artist: Dawn / June 18, 2009
How to Draw Bullet Holes

Step 1.


This is a very simple first step on how to draw bullet holes. Start by drawing six circles that are all different sizes, and then one thick dash mark. Draw an inner circle on three of the holes then move to the next step.

Step 2.


You will now start drawing out the cracks and all the damage that you would see when a bullet hits something. All you have to do is follow the red lines and move to the next step.

Step 3.


For your last step you will color in your holes and then draw out the burst that you see on three bullet holes. Erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 4.


This is what your tutorial should look like when you are done. You can choose to color in the background for effects or you can choose to keep it as is. I hope you had fun learning "how to draw bullet holes step by step".

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 18, 2009
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Description: How about a tutorial on “how to draw bullet holes” step by step? I think since I have a bunch of lessons on different types of guns and such, it is only right that I submit a tutorial on this particular subject. Bullet holes are made as you know from bullets that are shot out of a gun barrel. There is many different shapes and sizes that bullets make when force is penetrated to an object like a wall, car, window, or even a human or an animal. Bullets can graze someone or something, and they can also spray from a barrel if you are using buck shots, make a small hole, or even go in as a hole and come out the end blowing out matter like you wouldn’t believe. Learning "how to draw bullets" can be very easy and even very hard. All I know is that my tutorial will teach you how to accomplish drawing bullets very easily with detailed steps and simple to read instructions. I hope you will have fun with this lesson, I will be back soon with more drawing fun. See ya later alligator.