Learn How to Draw the Eiffel Tower step by step for children with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing for 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 long, straight line. This line forms the central support of your tower.
Draw two narrow rectangles, horizontal perpendicular to the baseline. The upper rectangle should be shorter than the lower one.
Draw a line, horizontally lying perpendicular to the baseline. This will guide you as you continue drawing your tower. At the top of the line, draw a small square. Then draw a pentagon on top of it. From the top of the pentagon, straighten the vertical line.
Remove the paths from inside the shapes. Include a narrow rectangle below the larger rectangle using straight lines. Delete the directions if necessary.
Draw a long curve, curved from the upper rectangle to the small square. Then, draw a shorter curve from the rectangle to the vertical line. Repeat this process on the opposite side to form a reflective image. Clear the guide line from the middle of the curve.
Draw a set of curves that link the upper and lower rectangles. Repeat on the opposite side to form a reflective image.
Draw two sets of curves stretching from the lower rectangle to the horizontal line. You will now be able to distinguish the basic shape of the Eiffel Tower.
Remove the guides from the center and the base of the tower. Start detailing the structure by drawing lines in an “X” pattern between curves. This model represents the supporting metal grid of the tower.
Repeat this pattern on the opposite side to form a reflective image. Repeat the “X” pattern on the entire center of the tower. Then, draw a straight line down the middle of the “X” shape.
Draw the “X” in the lower leg of the tower, including the center line. Connect the tower leg with a curve.
Draw the curve above and parallel to the first border. Then, pass through these curves are slightly curved.
Finish the tower by drawing lines of different thickness on the upper rectangle. Do the same on the lower rectangle. Then, cross these lines with short, straight, perpendicular lines.