How To Draw The Eiffel Tower Easy Step by Step

How To Draw The Eiffel Tower with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How To Draw The Eiffel Tower

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, make it as tall as you want your Eiffel Tower.
Now, create a long rectangle at the bottom of the line for the base of the first floor. create two smaller rectangles on either side of the line. This will later be the base of your tower.
Connect the drawn rectangles for the first floor with those drawn for the bases with two parallel lines on each side.

Step 2

Draw another line below the long rectangle. Make it a double line.
Next, draw a face down “C” just below the double line you just made with the arms of the “C” touching the lines you made in step 1 to connect the first floor rectangle with bases.
to draw another rectangle for the second floor. Make it smaller than the one drawn for the first floor. Connect the rectangles on the first and second floors with a scale

Step 3

to draw the upper part of the tower. The small cap-like structure at the top is the border for the third floor.
Now it’s time to start working with complex structures and patterns. Starting with your tower legs, fill them with a criss-cross pattern as shown in figure 6. Also, fill the base rectangles with black so they look more realistic.

Step 4

First, carefully erase the vertical line (done in the first step), which runs down the center of your artboard. Then work on the first floor rectangle to make the balcony and other metal structures.
Also, redo the tower’s arch
Once the first floor is finished, go to the second floor to draw the second floor structure. Make sure to remove all unnecessary lines once you’re done drawing.

Step 5

Next, start sketching the upper part of the tower between the second and third floors. See figure 9 to draw this part. Make sure to use a plastic or wooden balance to keep the lines straight and symmetrical.

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