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How to Draw the Bruins, Boston Bruins

Artist: Dawn / December 16, 2011
How to Draw the Bruins, Boston Bruins

Step 1.

The first thing you will do here is draw a double ringed circle like so.

Step 2.

The next step is going to be a little tricky. The best thing to do is use a ruler and lightly draw the striped lines and there should be eight. Once those are drawn in you can draw the straight lines that will form the outline of a block style B.

Step 3.

Now that the complex parts of this logo is drawn, you can now draw out the B inside of the block like letter you just drew.

Step 4.

For the final step all you have to do is draw the dimensional detailing around the holes of the B. Clean up the mistakes and then lets see what your drawing should come out looking like.

Step 5.

Okay guys, this is all done. Color in your newly drawn hockey logo and tackle something else you may come across.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 16, 2011
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