How To Draw A Dollar Bill easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawings for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
In this tutorial on how to draw a dollar bill, we will specifically draw a 100 dollar bill.
This note features founder Father Benjamin Franklin, but you can take what you learn to draw any other dollar bill variation you might want.
For the first step of the tutorial, you may want to use a ruler, as we will be aiming for perfectly straight edges.
With your ruler ready, we’ll draw a perfectly horizontal rectangle on the page.
This will be the outline of the dollar bill, and as we move on to the next steps, we’ll start adding more details inside.
Step 2 – Now draw the first inner detail of the dollar bill
You’ve drawn an outline, and in this next step you’ll want to keep that ruler handy as we’ll be drawing the inside outline of your dollar bill drawing.
To do this, carefully draw a small rectangle that is slightly smaller in the inner parameter of the outer outline. It should be pretty close to that outline, but shouldn’t touch it.
Once drawn, add a small curved line to each inner corner of the smaller rectangle. You will then be added 100 for each corner of the inner rectangle.
They will be relatively large, and have a very specific font they use. As you draw each person, do your best to closely copy them as they appear in the reference image. Then it got to step 3!
Step 3 – Next, draw some more details inside the invoice
Paper currencies will always have various symbols, serial numbers and other authentications printed on them to ensure that they are not tampered with.
We’ll start drawing some more in this third step of our Tutorial on How to Draw Dollar Bills.
First, draw a circle on the left side of the invoice with the flowing parchment shape underneath. Then there will be a serial code there, so try to draw one with your neatest handwriting.
Finally, draw a ring icon below that, and then add a signature below. For the cool detail, why not use your own signature there?
Step 4 – Draw some more inside
Continuing with the details of your dollar bill drawing, you can now draw an oval to the center of the dollar bill.
Then there will be another round shape on the right side of this. Then there will be some more text inside the shape.
First, write the United States of America as shown in the image. Then there will be another 100 below with another signature below.
Finally, draw a hundred dollars on the bottom edge of the bill. Once these are drawn we are ready for the final details in the next step!
Step 5 – Add Benjamin Franklin to Your Dollar Bill Drawing
Something is missing on this invoice and we will make sure to fix that in this fifth step of our tutorial on how to draw a dollar bill.
The missing element is the face of founding father Benjamin Franklin, so we’ll pull that out now.
Using a reference image to help you, draw your signature smiling face into the oval in the center. You can then write Franklin on the parchment underneath your face.
With these elements drawn, you’re ready to move on. You can also add some of your own, however!
It can be fun to draw a background, and if you do you can probably paint more dollar bill variations to go with it. How would you complete this image?
Step 6 – Finish your dollar bill drawing with color
Now you are ready to finish painting your dollar bill with some color!
Some of the world’s coins boast some vibrant colors, but money in the United States has a more muted color palette, usually green.
For this dollar bill drawing, we used various variations of light and dark green to color it. This gives it a nice, realistic look.
You can try copying the colors as we have them if you want a more realistic look for yourself.
When coloring this image, we would recommend using some watercolor paints for a softer look to the image.
There are many other mediums you can use, so what do you think you would choose this image for?
Draw your dollar bill done!
You’ve completed this tutorial on how to draw a dollar bill, and even though your drawing looks great, it won’t count as a fake, so don’t worry!
While you may be very familiar with this dollar bill design, there are still countless details that can be forgotten when drawing it.
We hope that this guide has made it much easier for you!
When you are finished with this drawing, there are countless ways that you can go about placing your own spins on it. We’ve covered a few ideas, but what can you think of adding to the image?
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