How to Draw a Swimming Pool Step by Step

How to Draw a Swimming Pool with this how to video and step by step drawing instructions. Expect 8 easy steps to follow, children will enjoy designing their own swimming pool on paper. Also included is a downloadable version of this swimming pool drawing lesson.

How to Draw a Swimming Pool

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1. Draw the deal

Draw the border around the swimming pool called coping by forming two circles.

Step 2. Add ladder

Add a ladder by first creating a handrail using two inverted J shapes. Then, draw the stairs by creating four horizontal lines.

Step 3. Draw the diving board

Draw the diving board by making a rectangular box.

Step 4. Create a diving board trapezoid shape

Form the diving board ladder by first drawing two vertical cylinders. Next, draw the stairs by creating horizontal lines.

Step 5. Sketch the water

Outline the water surface in the swimming pool by creating a curved line.

Step 6. Add an inflatable flamingo float

Now, let’s add an inflatable flamingo float by first creating its outline and then drawing a wide oval in the middle. Next, shape the beak by creating a curved line. Then, draw an eye by creating a small circle.

Step 7. Draw a beach ball

Next, draw a beach ball in the swimming pool by drawing a semicircle. Next, draw a small circle and four lines on the beach ball. Then, draw ripples around the beach ball by creating curved lines.

Step 8. Complete the swimming pool drawing

How to Draw a Swimming Pool

Let’s complete the swimming pool drawing by coloring the water with shades of blue. Next, color the inside walls of the pool with a light blue pencil. Now, fill in the coping with a gray pencil. Use a blue pencil to color the ladder and an orange pencil to color the diving board. Then, color the inflatable flamingo with pink and orange and the swimming float with different vibrant colors as shown. Finally, color the beach ball red, white, and orange.

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