Learn how to draw a great looking Fire with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Fire.
Fire! When fires burn out of control, they can be very scary. But contained fires like this one are useful and even charming.
Add a campfire to your next drawing with the help of this easy and step-by-step fire drawing tutorial.
Fire is not hard to draw. The heat and light of the flames are depicted using overlapping teardrop-like shapes. The logs below it are cylinders textured with bark and rings.
How can you use this campfire drawing? Well, you could set a cozy winter scene with a fireplace drawing.
Or you could include it when you draw a camping scene complete with a tent, a forest, and majestic mountain peaks.
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Of course, you have to be careful when you play with fire. You would never want to leave a fire unattended and let it get out of hand like the one in this forest fire drawing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Fire
How to Draw a Great Looking Fire for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the fire outline by drawing one small flame. Use curved lines to create a tulip-like shape. The lines should meet at sharp points.
Easy Fire Drawing - Step 2
2. Enclose another, larger flame around the first. Use a series of curved lines that meet at jagged points.
Easy Fire Drawing - Step 3
3. Use a series of curved lines to draw an even larger flame. The lines should meet at sharp points.
Easy Fire Drawing - Step 4
4. Finish the flame you began in the previous step. Use curved lines that meet at sharp points. Then, begin drawing another, larger flame around the others.
Easy Fire Drawing - Step 5
5. Complete the flame you began in the previous step.
Easy Fire Drawing - Step 6
6. Enclose several double-pointed shapes of different sizes above the fire. These are the licking flames.
Easy Fire Drawing - Step 7
7. Fires need fuel in order to keep burning. This one has logs. Use curved lines to trace the basic rectangle shape of the log.
Use curved lines and a “V” shaped line to enclose an oval shape at the end of the log, turning it into a cylinder. Texture the wood with curved and spiral-shaped lines.
Add More Details to Your Fire Picture - Step 8
8. Draw two more logs using curved lines. Enclose ovals at their ends and texture the wood with curved lines.
Complete the Outline of Your Fire Drawing - Step 9
9. Use curved lines to enclose two more logs at the back of the fire.
Color Your Fire Drawing
Your fire outline is now complete. Color your campfire. The hottest flames are white-hot. Others are yellow, orange, or red.
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