How to Draw Planets with this how-to video and step by step drawing instructions. Ncluded are 9 easy steps to follow, kids will enjoy making their own planets on paper.
Please see Planets drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to Planets simple step by step drawing guide below
Step 1. First draw a planet on the ground
Let’s start by forming the outline of our home planet, Earth! It’s a terrestrial planet, meaning it’s made up of rock and soil.
Step 2. Sketch the soil formation
Sketch the soil formation on Earth similar to the illustration.
Step 3. Draw the moon
Draw a small full moon orbiting the Earth. Add small curved lines to emphasize its stone texture.
Step 4. Gas Giant’s next form
Next, let’s draw a large circle to outline the gas giant Saturn.
Step 5. Attach the Saturn Ring
Forms an oval ring around the planet Saturn. Add some short curved lines following the shape of the ring. Make sure to delete the parts of the planet that overlap with its rings.
Step 6. Form the structure of Saturn
Draw wavy lines on Saturn’s surface to add some texture to the gas giant.
Step 7. Sketch Saturn’s moons
Draw small circles around Saturn to outline some of its moons.
Step 8. Draw a dwarf planet
Then, form the small circle of the dwarf planet, Pluto. Add wavy lines and heart-shaped outlines to create a unique texture to Pluto’s surface.
Step 9. Complete the drawing of the planets
Let’s add some color to our drawing of the planets! First, use blue, green, and orange crayons to color our home planet, Earth. Next, fill in our moon with a light gray pencil. Now, let’s use shades of orange to color the gas giant, Saturn. Use a light yellow pencil to color its rings and a dark yellow for its moons. Then, use shades of brown to color the dwarf planet, Pluto.