How To Draw A Flag – Waving In The Breeze

Learn How To Draw A Flag – Waving In The Breeze Quickly & Easily!

Believe it or not, this is going to be one of the easiest and fastest tutorials on our website! It will still look awesome, though. The first thing we gotta take care of is, of course, the pole. So, begin by drawing two parallel lines (00 min 17 sec). Once you’re done, add that cute 3/4th of a circle at the top to make it look more “flaggy”.

Ok, the next step in our how to draw a flag – waving in the breeze tutorial is the flag itself. Create two almost-identical lines just like you see in the video – they will later turn into the 1st fold (00 min 41 sec).

But how do you connect them without making the whole thing look bad? Our favorite “S” shapes come to rescue once again (00 min 49 sec)! The trick is to make sure the curves look like the exact opposite of each other (like someone “flipped” one against the other).

Once you’re done, make preparations for the second wave. But this time around, the curve at the bottom must extend beyond (below is the more accurate word) so that there’s some room for the roll there (01 min 05 sec). This is the finest tip in our how to draw a flag – waving in the breeze guide. Same goes for the last part.

When you get to the aforementioned rolls, use the good-old S-curves to lock the whole composition and make it look like the real deal (01 min 30 sec).

Ok, let’s proceed with the how to draw a flag – waving in the breeze manual. The last thing you should do is use a marker and go over the drawing you just made (01 min 44 sec). Erase any pencil strokes left and enjoy your finished masterpiece!

Before you learn how to draw a flag – waving in the breeze, did you know?

The folks over at the Philippines are quite conscious about their flag’s color. For example, when the country is at peace, it’s colored in blue. But when war rages, they cover it in red.

That famous flag of the US that they planted on the Moon cost the team 5.5 dollars. Unfortunately, it was knocked down after the Module ascended. It’s probably six feet deep under the ground and devastated by the radiation, insane amounts of heat and more.

Back when the North and South Koreans used to talk to each other, the two sides were desperately trying to show their supremacy by bringing huge flags to the meetings. However, when the sizes became ridiculously big, they decided to abandon this pursuit.

Some Things To Keep In Mind…

These tutorials are only here to guide you. Your drawing does not need to look "identical" to mine.

Start with rough but light pencil strokes that you can work into the shapes you want.

Once you have your rough drawing completed, go over it in a darker stroke for your final drawing.

Add shading and/or color to complete if desired.

Using this technique you will be able to draw anything after some practice... even without following step-by-step tutorials.

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