Description: Here is a cool tutorial that you kiddies will love and you can even use this tutorial for a project you do for science. I always wanted to draw the everything in the world, but unfortunately I didn’t know how to draw everything in the worlds existence. So, now that I’m older I have the chance to show you guys “how to draw earth", step by step. I wanted to keep this tutorial as simple as possible, so what I did was draw a circle for the shape of our planet, and then color it blue. I also drew the shapes of North America and South America. The countries that are on South America include; Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Ecuador, Falkland Islands which is the territory of the United Kingdom, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and last but not least Venezuela. All most all the South American countries speak Spanish and the rest is a combination of Portuguese, English, and French. I don’t think I need to tell you how many states are in the one big country of America, I mean if I did I would have to name like fifty states and I am all set with doing that. I can tell you that the American continent has two countries attached to it like Canada, and Mexico. Mexico alone has like thirty one states I think. In South America Brazil is the only country divided into areas called “states” and there is twenty six of them…I think. Anyways, I think learning "how to earth" is a simple, easy and fun way to draw the shape and look of the globe. The Steps are super easy which means even a five year old can look at the step without reading the instructions and go through the whole lesson. I will be back later on but I shall return. Stay tuned in for more drawing fun people. Peace out!
Description: Obviously when you draw a picture of the globe you will have to draw a huge circle shape. Next draw the continent guidelines which is a big plus sign. You will then draw an additional two circles for each continent that you will be sketching out.
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