A Fibonacci spiral can be drawn by mapping out squares equal to the digits in Fibonacci's code. Draw out each square before connecting the corners in a spiral pattern with a demonstration from an experienced artist in this free video on drawing.

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A Fibonacci spiral can be drawn by mapping out squares equal to the digits in Fibonacci's code. Draw out each square before connecting the corners in a spiral pattern with a demonstration from an experienced artist in this free video on drawing.

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Helo, my name is Savago Lome from savagolome.com. I'm here on behalf of the Broward Art Guild. I'm going to show you how to draw a Fibonacci spiral. The Fibonacci spiral folds, folds the Geometric pattern compose of several Fibonacci code. The code is the sequence of numbers like 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 and so on. So you see that the each remaining numbers is sum of two previous, like 3 is the sum of 1 and 2 and so on. So I'm going to draw these squares using these numbers. First I draw the squares one by one unit in measure, like this and one more square right next to my first square which is the same measure. Then, so the next number is 2 so I draw the square under my first two squares which is two by two units of measure. So next number is 3 and you see this is one, this is two units and here is my third, my first third squares; three by three. So next number is 5; so I move all the squares, I draw the squares five by five units of measure. The next number is 8; here is my next square and you can continue as long as your paper allows you to do that. So now I'm going to outlining my spiral. I'll start with some, the first square and I just draw the curve line like this through each of my squares. This line is very smooth. "Oops, sorry." Okay, and here is how we draw the Fibonacci spiral. This is Savago Lome, thank you for watching.