How to Draw a Binary Star

Next Video:
How to Draw Long, Puffy Hair....5

You'll need an orange marker and a red one if you want to draw a binary star. Learn how to draw a binary star with help from an artist in this free video clip.

Part of the Video Series: Drawing Advice
Promoted By Zergnet


Video Transcript

Hey guys, Chris here today, and I'm going to show you how to draw a couple binary stars. Basically they're not too in depth but what you can do is you want to take your orange marker or your red one, just kind of make them two circles and one is usually a little bit bigger than the other one. So I'm going to draw one here and I'm going to draw another one over here and if you want, of course, stars are made out of fire and gas so what you can do is just kind of flare that out a little bit, flare this one out a little bit and if you want you can add highlights too. You can use like your pink or your red whatever you have and basically I'm just going to show just how they operate. Basically two binary stars are stars that circle around each other being pulled by gravity so this one is going to be circling around this one and this one is also in turn circling around the other one. So I'm basically going to show the lines of how they kind of interact with each other. That one would be going around this star like that and this one would be going around this star like that and now if you want, and if you don't want to draw stars kind of like flaming balls of gas, I mean you can also draw them like this just the traditional way and fill that in. And do the same kind of thing. But that's your basic binary star system. Good luck to you guys and stay creative.


Related Searches

Is DIY in your DNA? Become part of our maker community.
Submit Your Work!