How to Draw the Stonehenge, Stonehenge

Artist: Dawn / February 11, 2013

Step 1.

Since we will basically be drawing rocks, this lesson should prove to be simple. Start with a long rectangular shape like so. This will be for the top part of the Stonhenge. Add a line over to the right line so, then proceed to step two.

Step 2.

Now you will draw out two of the stones that stand vertical to one another. As you can see they are close or touching.

Step 3.

Here is two more stones that you will need to draw. These vertical standing boulders are side by side. The one on the outer side has a smaller stone to level them out.

Step 4.

Next, draw in the last standing stone like so, and be sure that it's under the top boulder that lays flat on the several below.

Step 5.

Draw the other two stones that are separated from the first structure you just made. This is very simple and the lining should be rugged.

Step 6.

Next, draw the other two vertical boulders behind the ones you just made.

Step 7.

Draw the last two boulders. One at the end, and another rounder rock at the bottom of the left right vertical rock.

Step 8.

Erase your mistakes, then begin sketching out the dimples and scuffs on all the rocks like so. When you're done you have yourself a piece of art.

Step 9.

Here is the Stonehenge when you're done. You can color them in if you like, or you can leave the drawing as a sketch.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 11, 2013
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Description: So there's this monument I've been so curious about since I was a kid. It's very similar to Eastern Island Heads, because the concept of using stone sculptures. The Stonehenge in modern terms, stand for the true meaning of art; just as the Statue of David. You don't know what exactly happened, or when exactly it was built, or why it was built. The creepy part about the Stonehenge is that most theorists believe it's an ancient artifact built by aliens. Though we will never know for sure, it's one creepy, yet mysterious structure that has still stood through the test of time. Now that right there, is what I call art. Art is supposed to make you wonder about possibilities. Anyways, if you enjoy drawing or researching treasured artifacts such as these, I would recommend getting into Egyptian, Roman, and Mayan history. There's just so much to discover. Thanks for viewing; I hope you guys will enjoy this one. Be sure to share your thoughts on what ancient discoveries you find mesmerizing. Peace and love!