How to Draw the Statue of Liberty easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
You will start by drawing a hologram like a castle’s tower. Place two squares side by side, sharing the same edge. Draw narrow rectangles above and below them, which also share an edge. For the top part, use short, straight, connected lines to form a jagged edge. Each “tooth” of this edge should be shaped like a small square. This structure is the base of the Statue of Liberty.
Above the serrated edge, continue to draw narrow rectangular blocks that share a central edge. Note that every other layer is a bit thinner and longer than the layers on its sides.
Add details to the base of the statue. On the large base, draw horizontal and vertical rectangles. On the top small rectangles, draw small squares.
Start sketching Lady Liberty’s head and clothes. Draw a circle for the head, covering a small anomaly to indicate the ear. Draw the neck using three curves. Then use a series of curves to form the sleeves.
Use the additional curves to outline the creases of the Liberty Goddess’s outfit.
Use long and curved lines to attach the statue to the base, forming the bottom creases of the cape. Then sketch out the tablet using a narrow rectangle and straight lines.
Use long curves to outline the outstretched arm and small oval for the bent fingers. Use the curves to create the bottom part of the torch. Draw a curved rectangle for the top of the torch, with a horizontal horizontal line. Shade the top part, then outline the flare using short curves that meet in sharp points.
Use curves to outline hair, erase guides as needed. Draw a curve on the top of the hair to indicate the base of the crown. Then, use the lines to form narrow triangles decorated on the crown.
Detail of Lady Liberty’s face. Fill the eyes with circles, and use the curves to form the nose and mouth.
Color the Statue of Liberty. This statue has a unique navy blue color due to the perennial rust of copper!