How To Draw A Trophy easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial 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
To start this trophy drawing tutorial, we’ll start with an outline for the award.
You can start by drawing two curved lines facing each other. Each of these curves will have a small spiral at the base.
These lines will form the handle of the trophy and we will add some more lines to them later. For now, you can finish this step by drawing another curved line above the handle.
This line will be horizontal and will curve inward slightly. Once you’ve covered all of these aspects, we’ll move on to step 2.
Step 2 – Now draw the rest of the handles and add more contours
We will continue what you started in the previous step of your trophy drawing in this second part.
First, as already commended, we will perfect those handles. Add another spiral on top of each spiral, and then use a different curve for the inside edge of each handle.
Then we will draw the outline of the trophy body. Extend some more circles down from the border of the trophy, then add a small rectangle at the bottom of this body.
That’s all for now, so when you’re ready, move on!
Step 3 – Next, start drawing the base for the trophy
For step 3 of this tutorial on how to draw a trophy, we will start drawing the base of the trophy. The base will have different sections and levels, as shown in our reference image.
The first part will be a kind of stem that connects the body of the trophy to the rest of the base that we will draw.
Draw another thin rectangle below the larger one you added to the base, then draw two curved lines downward from it. Then we’ll use some curves with pointed edges for each new part of the trophy.
The reference image will guide you in terms of size and shape for each level, but the concept is the same for each level.
Step 4 – Now draw more details for the trophy
In this part of your trophy drawing, we’ll start adding some details to it. First, start by drawing another curved line just below the cup rim.
We will then add some contour details to the base and body of the trophy to complete those aspects. The last thing we’ll add to the trophy is arguably one of the most important.
We need some space to add the names of the trophy recipients, so we’ll draw a metal plate onto the base.
Just draw a rectangle for this part, then add a small circle to each corner for the screws to hold it on.
Then you’ll be ready for some final details as we move on to step 5!
Step 5 – Add the final details to the drawing
Now you are ready to add some final details before we move on to the final step of this tutorial on how to draw a trophy.
These details will be mostly minor, but they will help a lot in creating a more dynamic image. Simply add some curves throughout different parts of the trophy to give it a little more texture and shine.
Once you’ve added these details, you can add some of your own! A fun idea is to draw names and achievements on a plate on top of the trophy.
If you’ve done this, you can turn it into a greeting card for someone! How will you complete this trophy?
Step 6 – Finish your trophy drawing with some colors
In the final step of your trophy drawing, you can perfect it by adding some color to bring it to life. In our reference image, we went with some gold and gold to give it a nice bronze look.
By varying the shade of the color you use, you can help create a more shiny look to the metal.
Finally, we finished off by adding some brown color to the wooden base of the trophy. These are the colors we’ve chosen, but what colors and art medium will you use for your own images?
Your trophy drawing is done!
You have completed the last part of this tutorial on how to draw a trophy, and as promised, there is actually a finished trophy as a reward for completing this tutorial!
Objects like this can be quite difficult to draw, so hopefully this tutorial will make it easy and fun.
Once you’ve mastered the tutorial, you can go even further by adding your own personal touches.
We mentioned an idea to draw names and achievements on the trophy to turn it into a card, would you come up with that or do you have another idea?
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