How to Draw a Boxing Ring

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Drawing a boxing ring is a great way to experiment with perspective in your work. Draw a boxing ring with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Daisy. I'm an Artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a boxing ring today. So, we're going to look down at our boxing ring which means that there's a little bit of perspective involve. So, we'll draw a square, like so. It' looks a little bit more like a trapezoid and then, that will be the base. We're going to draw the post coming straight up like this in each corner. Then, the ropes will come across. You can make the ropes join at each post. And these posts are a little bit more tricky; so, we'll just have them go like one line down. Then on this side, they join like so. We're going to bring this line out just a little bit. Then, we usually have some lines which will be the rope joining the edge so the posts stay up. You can make it as detailed as you want; we're going to make this a little bit more 3D. Not, last but not least, we need some boxers in there. So, I'm going to draw some really simple boxers. They're going to be kind of silhouetted, almost like stick man. And this guy is going to come across. Then, just to make sure that they look like they're behind the ropes, we're going to draw the lines back over the top of them. And there we go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw a boxing ring.


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