With simple instructions we will show you how to draw a basketball hoop. Completing this tutorial will be a great workout for you and you will improve your artistic abilities.
So now you will learn how to draw a basketball hoop. This is a metal structure that has a base in the form of interconnected elements. At the top of the structure there is a rectangular shield and a ring with a mesh. The size of the basketball must meet certain standards.
With this lesson you will train your spatial imagination and the ability to draw straight lines.
Time needed: 50 minutes
How to Draw a Basketball Hoop
- Prepare the base.
Determine the location of your design and use thin lines to determine the position of the support post and ring.
- Draw the bottom of the pillar.
Use several straight lines and draw the shape as an elongated rectangle, as shown in the example.
- Depict the top of the pillar.
From the base of the pillar, draw three straight lines upward and draw the bend in the pillar at the top.
- Sketch out the shield.
Focus on the lines that you drew earlier and draw the outer and inner contour of the shield using smooth, straight lines.
- Add the metal ring.
Continue the lines of the base and draw the ring. Be careful at this stage and maintain proportions.
- Draw the grid.
We recommend that you first draw the outer outline of the mesh and then gradually add many transverse lines.
- Detail the top of the structure.
Draw several straight lines on the backboard to depict individual parts of the basketball hoop.
- Correct any inaccuracies.
Check whether you have depicted the main structural elements correctly and if you notice errors, carefully correct them. Remove extra lines.
- Color the drawing.
For coloring, use different shades of gray and red. Highlight the dark areas.
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