How to draw a snowflake step by step | Easy drawings for kids and beginners

How to draw a snowflake with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Simple drawing for kids and beginners.

How to draw a snowflake step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel: HTDraw

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1:

Draw a vertical line for the first part of the snowflake. The line doesn’t have to be perfectly straight, but if you want a straight line you can use a ruler.

Step 2:

Guess the position between the line and the little mark. Draw a long diagonal line ignoring the small mark in the middle of the vertical line.

Step 3:

Draw another diagonal that slopes in the other direction. All three lines must be the same length. The distance between them must also be equal.

Step 4:

Draw a few vertical lines around the first one to make the shape thicker. Make the ends pointed and do not connect the shape in the middle.

Step 5:

Do the same for the lines on the left side. Follow the original lines and make the shapes thicker. Don’t make these new shapes too thick. Please follow the first line closely and make the ends pointy.

Step 6:

Do the same with the lines on the right side. Make them thick and pointed. These new shapes will meet in the middle. Lines must not overlap. The lines in the middle are just instructions for the snowflake to be deleted afterwards.

Step 7:

Add a few corners in the wedges near the center of the snowflake. You can decorate your snowflake in a different way if you want. Just make sure you do the same for all parties.

Step 8:

Finish adding corners to the centers of the other wedges.

Step 9:

Add a small triangle to the left of the “said” vertex. Now do the same on the right side. Try to make both of these pointed triangles the same size. Now, add a few more triangles to the said section at the top, left. Draw spike-like triangles on the said top, right side of the snowflake.

Step 10:

Finish adding the spike-like triangles to the shapes at the bottom. Remember that whatever you do with one side of the snowflake, you must repeat on all sides. The parties are not necessarily identical. As long as they look the same or less, it should be fine.

Step 11:

Draw a small, thin shape with pointed ends for each side of the top spokes. Each of these small shapes should be made up of two short lines going to a point at the top.

Step 12:

Draw small, pointed shapes into the bottom part of the snowflake. Sketch gently as you draw so it can be easily erased if you make a mistake.

Step 13:

Add a small hexagon at the top of each end on the snowflake. You can also use diamond shapes instead. Or skip this section altogether if you don’t have enough room. Every snowflake is different, so it’s okay if your snowflake looks a little different.

Step 14:

Using a pen or marker, carefully traverse the lines to make your snowflake permanent. For a better drawing, simply ink over the outer edges of the shapes; do not overlap lines. After inking, use an eraser to erase each pencil mark.

Last step:

Color your snowflake drawing using crayons, markers or crayons! Use dark blue on the edges. Use light blue or the rest of the snowflake. For a simpler drawing, use only light blue. Don’t forget to pause the video to draw at your own pace.

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