How to Draw a Galaxy easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a small, slanted oval at a diagonal angle. This will form the center of the galaxy.
parts of the galaxy.
Draw a third slanted oval between the first two shapes, adding another layer to the galaxy.
Draw curves around the oval. Note that the lines overlap but do not touch each other. These lines form the spiral arms of the galaxy.
Draw a small circle on one side of the galaxy, representing a planet in the foreground of the picture.
Using a circle, draw another small planet on the other side of the galaxy.
Draw a half circle on the side of your page (or an entire circle if you have enough room). This shape forms another planet. Then, draw a curve around the middle of the planet, forming rings like that of planet Saturn.
Draw another small planet in front, using a circle.
Decorate your drawings with dots, small circles and shaded circles in different sizes. Are they the stars? Black holes? Fake planet? The choice is yours. View in detail one of your larger planets with a pair of lines between it.
Color your galaxy. In our example, we shaded the depth of space with a dark blue color and used blue and purple to highlight the branches of the galaxy. What colors will your planet have? Gas giants like Saturn and Jupiter can be red or orange, while cold planets like Neptune and Uranus are usually blue.