How to draw Jupiter Step by Step


Now I will show you how to draw Jupiter. It is the fifth planet from the Sun in our solar system. Jupiter is huge, many times larger than our planet.

It is known that Jupiter rotates very quickly on its axis and a day on this planet is much shorter than a day on Earth, but a year lasts a long time. Jupiter has no solid surface because the planet is made up of gases and liquids. When viewed through a telescope, Jupiter looks like a white or cream-colored ball.

A closer look will reveal that the planet is covered with white, red, brown and orange clouds. It looks very beautiful. I think you will be interested in drawing this giant after you already know some facts.

This lesson includes nine simple steps that you can easily repeat. Try to draw a smooth outline of Jupiter and you will draw the rest of the elements without much effort as arbitrary lines are allowed here.

Jupiter Drawing Step by Step

Step 1. Draw the outline.
Determine the size of the drawing and draw an even circle.

Step 2. Start drawing the surface of the planet.
Draw a smooth circle in the center of the circle and draw a wavy line at the top.

Step 3. Describe the clouds on top.
Draw a smooth circle and draw a slightly higher wavy line.

Step 4. Draw clouds in the middle.
Sketch wavy lines of arbitrary shape.

Step 5. Add the cloud outline.
Describes a smooth wavy line.

Step 6. Draw clouds at the bottom.
Outline unevenly stretched ovals.

Step 7. Draw another cloud outline.
Draw a smooth wavy line at the bottom.

Step 8. Add details.
Sketch some small circles on the planet’s surface.

Step 9. Color the drawing.
Use beige, brown and cream colors.

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