Learn how to draw a great looking UFO with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect UFO.
In other words, a UFO could be almost anything - a meteor, an airplane, a rocket, a weather phenomena, an optical illusion, or an alien spacecraft.
UFOs are most readily associated with alien life and flying saucers. Interest in UFOs rose after World War II, with the invention of rocketry and jet propulsion.
Many unidentified flying objects are thought to have been military experiments with new flight technology. Others, layman and scientist alike, believe that at least some UFOs are signs of intelligent lifeforms visiting earth.
Did you know? The term "flying saucer" is actually a misnomer. It was first used in 1947, after a famous UFO sighting by pilot Kenneth Arnold. Arnold reported seeing a group of fast, crescent shaped objects during a flight.
His description that they moved "like saucers skipping on water" was misreported by a local newspaper. The name stuck, and the term "flying saucer" was born.
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Eventually, most UFO sightings are resolved with a natural or man-made explanation. Regardless, UFOs remain an indelible part of pop culture.
Alien abductions and invasions are the topic of countless books and movies, such as Independence Day (1996) and The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951).
Would you like to draw a UFO? Doing so is fast, fun, and easy with the help of this simple, step-by-step drawing guide.
All you will need is a pencil, a sheet of paper, and an eraser. You may also wish to color your finished drawing.
Step by Step Instructions for Drawing a UFO
How to Draw a Great Looking UFO for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a narrow oval, slanted diagonally. This will form the middle section of your UFO.
Easy UFO Drawing - Step 2
2. On the underside of the oval, draw a long, curved line, following the curvature of the oval. Connect the line to each side of the oval. This gives the middle of the UFO a three dimensional appearance.
Easy UFO Drawing - Step 3
3. Use a long, curved line to enclose a semicircle on the bottom side of the oval. This forms the base of the UFO.
Easy UFO Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a smaller oval within the original oval. Then, draw a curved line across the bottom of the oval, giving the shape a three dimensional lip. This shape will help form the top portion of the UFO.
Easy UFO Drawing - Step 5
5. Enclose a semicircle above the smaller oval, using a curved line connected to the oval on each side.
Easy UFO Drawing - Step 6
6. Erase the guide lines from the top of the UFO.
Easy UFO Drawing - Step 7
7. Add detail to the UFO. Draw small circles along the top of the middle portion, each slightly flattened on the bottom. On each side of the top portion, enclose a half circle using a short, curved line. Give the top of the UFO a reflection of light, as if made of glass. To do this, draw a small, curved rectangle to one side, and a small, upside down triangle beneath it.
Add More Details to Your UFO Picture - Step 8
8. UFOs are often known by their eerie lights. Draw an array of long, straight lines extending from beneath the base of the UFO.
Complete the Outline of Your UFO Drawing - Step 9
9. Add further detail by drawing a straight or slightly curved line between the small circles, bridging the space between the large and small ovals. Then, draw an irregular, rounded square shape on the base of the UFO to form an escape hatch. Detail the hatch by drawing a curved line across its top and side.
Color Your UFO Drawing
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