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How To Draw A Crater

Updated on October 27, 2010

Meteor Crater Drawing

How to draw a crater after a meteor impacts sounds quite simple and it is really and you really just have to think about how the earth will be driven apart after something flies at force and hits the ground, you can take some inspiration from meteors landing on earth as there have been many small asteroids and meteors that have landed in different parts of the world and each have caused different crater marks.

To draw a direct hit crater all we have to do is draw an oval lying flat or on an angle like in the quick drawing video below, this is our crater impact hole were the asteroid or meteor has pushed the earth or mud down and outwards causing a crater hole.

And from then on it's just a case of adding various details such as the raised sections at the rim of the crater which will be the earth all pushed outwards and to top it off you can add some smoke drifting off and some small bits of rubble too if you wanted.

Drawing a crater is easy really and I hope this video would give you some idea in creating a crater whether that be sketching one or even sculpturing a crater like on the moon. With over one million search results returned for the phrase "How To Draw A Crater" I just thought hey why not!?

How To Draw A Crater Drawing Video

How To Draw A Crater

How to draw a moon crater or a crater created by an asteroid or meteorite.
How to draw a moon crater or a crater created by an asteroid or meteorite. | Source

How To Draw A Crater

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      Wayne Tully 6 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Cheers now!

      I like drawing almost anything, so look out for more drawing tutorials and stuff!

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      kids-toy-box 6 years ago

      What an awesome object to draw...good for shadows and depth.But this is one object I wouldn't want to do as a still life ..best done from photographs.

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      Wayne Tully 6 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Yeah it was fun this one....I will do one to accompany this one and that's to draw a flying asteroid or meteorite, always wanted to draw one for a while and never actually drawn one.

      Cheers now!

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      robertsloan2 6 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      This one was fun. I actually sketched it this time, followed along and drew with you. Had a ball - it got me going on today's sketches great. Fun subject!