Drawing is a great way to express creativity and imagination, and a shooting star is one of the simplest yet most rewarding things to draw. A shooting star is a symbol of magic, wonder, and possibility. Drawing a shooting star is a fun and easy way to bring a little bit of that magic into your life.
Whether you are an experienced artist or just starting, learning how to draw a shooting star is a great way to develop your skills and create a beautiful image you can be proud of. With just a few simple steps, you can create a stunning shooting star that will light up any page or canvas.
|Estimate time||20 minutes|
|Drawing materials||Pen, Marker, Crayon, Brush|
|Painting materials||Watercolor, Color pencil, Pastel, Crayon|
|Surfaces materials||Paper, Canvas|
How to Draw a Shooting Star – Step by Step
Step 1: Drawing the Shape of the Star
The initial step is to draw a 5-corner star that will serve as the main figure of your drawing. If you are still not familiar with how to draw it, check out the step-by-step guide below:
- The first thing to do is sketch a 5-corner star using your pencil. Start the drawing on the left side of the supposed 5-corner star by creating a line that goes up and down again until you form the star, as shown in the figure.
- If you need to become more familiar with making a 5-corner star, you can easily use the arrow as a guide to drawing the figure.
- Once you have made the 5-corner star, you can create an outline using only the border of the star you created. You can use the market for this step. Then, erase the remaining outlines on the inside part of the star.
- Finally, draw a pair of curve lines on the right side of the star that depicts the star’s movement.
Step 2: Adding more Details to the Shooting Star
- Start the enhancement process of your drawing by adding more curves from the two previous curves you have drawn. You can add additional curves between the original curves you have drawn earlier.
- At the end of these curves, you can connect all of them by drawing small curves between them. Or you can do any design but avoid drawing a straight line as it does not look good.
- Finally, you can start coloring the shooting star using any color of your choice, watercolor, crayon, or colored pencil. The recommendation is to use two colors that are not too contrasting.
Step 3: Adding more Details to the Drawing
- Use your creativity to add highlights for the star figure and the tail.
- Adding some shiny details to the drawing is a good option for you.
- You can create additional details by doing anything extra to enhance the shooting star, such as an additional tail and small stars surrounding the main shooting star. Again use your creativity when adding other drawings.
Drawing a shooting star can be a way to connect with nature and the night sky. Since you already know the basics of drawing the figure, you can enhance the drawing by creating other shooting stars of various sizes to show the night sky.
You can use multiple colors that resemble the sky during the night, as shown in the figure below. You can add additional images like smaller stars and different lines to enhance the details of your drawing. If you like the guideline, you can share it with others so they know how to draw a beautiful shooting star.