How to Draw a Soccer Ball With Flames

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A soccer ball with flames can make a great logo for a soccer team, or even a mascot for the same organization. Learn how to draw a soccer ball with flames with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi. My name's Jessica and I'm an artist. And today we're going to draw a soccer ball on fire. Yeah. That's right. A soccer ball with flames. So, we're going to do a round orb, which is going to be the ball. And they have these five shape, what are they called, a hexagon, is that right? It's been a long time since I've been in geometry class. But basically it's this five, it's just kind of like this, dunt, dunt, dunt, dunt, dunt, right. That's the shape, equidistant on each side. And there's a few of them sort of interspersed around the soccer bar, ball. Soccer bar, just like that. And you color those in, black. And the rest of the ball is white, just like so. And then to add the flame, let's get rid of this for a second here, we're going to do, just kind of go around the edge and put a little bit of a, it's almost like a tail, like a comet. You can make as many little side flames as you like. Just bring them in, just around the ball like that. And go back in with your yellow to add a little bit more color, or red. Don't use too much red for the fire, but you can put a little bit in, like some you know a little red lines here and there, just to show that this fire is hot. Don't touch. Just like that. And you know, you can go back in of course with your erasure and your pencil and just clean up the lines here. Make sure that you've got a little bit of organization to your ball if you like. Make sure those sides are the same length. And yeah. Just have fun. have fun with the fire. Have coloring in the different pieces of the fire. And that is how you draw a soccer ball with flames.


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