How do you draw a real sun?
The similar Vergina Sun appeared in Greek art about 2,600 years ago. Select the position of the eyes and mark the size with strokes. Around the circle, draw the sun’s rays as a series of randomly large zigzags that wrap around the circle. One of the earliest sun drawings with rays, similar to modern depictions, depicted the star of Shamash, a god in ancient Sumern and Babylon.
Because the sun is so useful and beautiful, it has been used in many cultures and countless works of art, making many wonder how they can draw a sun themselves. Because the sun is so useful and beautiful, it has been featured in many cultures and countless works of art, so many wonder how to draw a sun yourself. As in the previous examples, you first draw a circle and then draw the outline of the sun’s rays around it.
How to draw a simple sun?
In the graphic representation of the sun, the sun’s rays are drawn (very often with simple lines. You can leave the drawing at this stage and still have a nice and somewhat realistic looking sun, or you can move on to the next step. So grab some paper and pencils or markers if you have them available, because this blog post has everything you need to know about drawing a sun — even for beginners. When painting with markers, you can wait for them to dry and then walk over your drawing with an eraser to remove all clues to the pencil lines.
The sun is often referred to as a sun symbol and can be represented as a circle, circle with rays – as in this drawing guide – as a cross, spiral, halo or crown.