How to Draw a Soccer Ball Step by Step

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You can draw almost anything so long as you break it down into an easy step-by-step process. Learn how to draw a soccer ball step-by-step with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Al Krakosky and I'm an artist. Today, I'm going to show you how to draw a soccer ball step by step. We're going to start off by drawing our circle. I would suggest starting off with a light pencil to get your circle shape and once you have it the way you want it, go back and outline it with a darker pencil or an ink like a pen or a marker and once you have your circle, we're going to go ahead and draw a vertical line down the center and one down the center, a horizontal line to get the absolute center of our circle. Now we're going to draw two shapes throughout the soccer ball. The first one we're going to do is a pentagon which is a five sided and we're also going to do a hexagon which is six sided. Now we're going to start off with a pentagon in the middle and then once we get that in there you can color that in and surrounding this pentagon is going to be five hexagons. So we'll keep this line there and we'll draw lines sprouting out from all these points to make our hexagons. So we have a hexagon here. We have one over here and one on this side and we'll erase these lines too once we get all of our shapes in and then up here would be another pentagon. You can color that in, up here as well, down here where all of these come to a point like this would be a pentagon. And everywhere else would be another hexagon. And you can make these any color you'd like. Normally a soccer ball is black and white. You can do any color and that is it. We'll go ahead and erase some of these lines we no longer need, a few of them and that will do it. That is how you draw a soccer ball step by step. Thank you for watching and keep on drawing.

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