How to draw a drum step by step (+coloring)

When your child goes to school, he or she has music lessons there, the first topic of the lesson is devoted to the theory and different musical instruments. Your child may like the musical instrument and she or he will want to know more about it.

You and your child will learn how to draw a drum using our instruction. It’s a very loud musical instrument, so it’s better to draw it. You can tell your child about this musical instrument while you are drawing.

You need:
1

Basis

You can start with the basis,  a small oval will be your basis. It seems to be oval because we draw it from the side.

Basis

2

Volume

Draw another oval at the bottom, its part is intersected with the first figure.

Volume

3

Unnecessary lines

Erase part of  the second oval that is intersected with the first oval.

Unnecessary lines

Erase the half of the lower oval. The remaining part resembles a smile.

Unnecessary lines

4

Connection

Now connect the parts of the drum with the help of two straight lines.

Connection

5

Rim

Separate the rim of the drum from the drum’s membrane using round lines.

Rim

6

Patterns

The drums often have the patterns in the form of the triangles. You can use a ruler to draw, or let your child learn to draw straight lines with his or her hand.

Patterns

Add one more broken line. Use these sturdy darts to connect parts of the drum.

Patterns

7

Drum sticks

Drum sticks are one of the main drum’s item. People play this musical instrument by using them. One side of the drum sticks is rounded. Add the small details.

Drum sticks

8

Coloring

The upper part of the drum can remain white or you can color it in a light gray color. You and your child can choose any color you like to color the patterns.

Coloring

Color the drum online on our website. It’s a great fun.

Choose how you want to paint.

9

Collage of the stages of the drum drawing

9. Collage of the stages of the drum drawing



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