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How to Draw Saturn

Artist: Dawn / May 18, 2009
How to Draw Saturn

Step 1.

draw a circle shape for the planet and then you will draw a horizontal line in the middle. You will then draw another horizontal line under the longer one.

Step 2.

You will now draw a circle that goes around teh planet as you see here.

Step 3.

Draw yet another line inside of the one you just drew. This are the rings that surround the planet.

Step 4.

Draw another inner circle swirl as you see here and then move to the next step. These inner rings are needed to make Saturn a complete planet of our solar system.

Step 5.

Add yet another inner ring and then move on.

Step 6.

This is your last drawing step and you will draw the last two inner rings as you see here. Now erase the guidelines in the middle.

Step 7.

When you are done this is what your planet should look like. Pretty simple huh? I hope you liked earning how to draw Saturn step by step.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 18, 2009
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Tags: how to draw planets, draw planets, how to draw a planet
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