How To Draw Crown Of Queen Easy Step By Step

How To Draw Crown Of Queen  with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions.  Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How To Draw Crown Of Queen Coloring

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


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

Step 1

Start by drawing a straight, horizontal line. Above this, draw a slightly curved line, parallel to the first line. This will form the base of the crown, the part that comes in contact with the head.

Step 2

Connect lines using short, curved lines.

Step 3

In the attached shape, draw another long line parallel to the first line. Also draw a curved line, parallel to the first line.

Step 4

From each end of the shape, extend a “?” shaping line upward – the question mark on the left will, of course, appear in reverse. Then connect these lines with a shorter curved line.

Step 5

Decorate your crown with a seashell edge. Do this by extending a short and curved line up from each end of the crown base. Then create a series of “U” shaped lines joined at sharp points between the two lines. At equal intervals, instead of a pointed end, draw a short line between the “U” shaped lines.

Step 6

Within the just enclosing shape, draw another series of “U” shaped lines. The lines will form curved triangles with the base of the crown. On each short line segment, draw a parallel line and connect the two segments using short, curved lines. From the sides of the crown, extend a straight line and three curved lines, allowing them to meet at two sharp points. These lines will form the familiar fleur de lis pattern.

Step 7

Above the center part of the crown, draw a vertical line. On each end of this line, draw a set of curves, ending with a point. From each of these curves, extend a curve to meet at a point with the line, forming a third line.

Step 8

From the fleur de lis shapes on the side of the crown, extend two sets of long, curved, parallel lines extending to the top of the crown.

Step 9

From the central fleur de lis, extend two curved lines upwards. Connect them with a line and draw a second line parallel to the first line. Connect parallel lines using short, curved lines. Above this, draw two curved lines extending upwards. Connect these lines with a horizontal line.

Step 10

Above the center of the crown, draw a circle within a circle. Extend a set of curves from each side of the circle and join the curves using scalloped curves, forming a wing shape on each side.

Step 11

Wrap another wing-like shape inside each wing.

Step 12

Enclose a triangle between each set of fleur de lis using two curved lines. Draw a small circle on top of each triangle.

Step 13

Remove any guide lines.

Step 14

Draw a diamond within a diamond on the band of the crown.

Step 15

Draw small circles around the band of the crown.

Step 16

Two two flattened ovals inside the band of the crown.

Step 17

Draw a flattened oval within an oval.

Step 18

From the triangle in the center of the fleur de lis, extend a series of connected circles, like a string of beads, to the top of the crown.

Step 19

Repeat this process on the opposite side.

Step 20

Color the crown. Throughout history, red, purple, blue, and yellow have been symbols of royalty. Now your crown is ready for a king or queen.

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