Description: I hope you all liked the last lesson that I submitted for you all on how to draw the New York Yankees logo. This next tutorial is going to be on their rival team the Boston Red Sox. Like we all know there is people that are Red Sox fans and then there are people that are Yankee fans. To tell you the truth I am neither because I’m not into baseball, football, hockey, soccer, or golf. What I am into though is drawing, and because I am into drawing I love sketching out new things that I think other artist will love. This tutorial will show you how to draw the Boston Red Sox logo step by step. Again this logo is used for their ball caps that are manufactured and produced for the fans of the Red Sox. As we all remember the red Sox won another world series back in 2004 after not winning a world series in over 80 years. The Boston Red Sox has won a total of seven world series over a hundred year’s time. The Red Sox was established back in 1901 in the city and state of Boston, Massachusetts and owned by John Henry, Tom Werner, and Larry Lucchino. Since the start of the Red Sox they have had several managers and over time they too have had a chance to see success. The Red Sox take a great deal of pride when they play against rival teams on their home field “Fenway Park” located in Boston Mass. Like I said in the beginning, I am not an avid fan of baseball but I do respect this team for being so determined to prove that they are “just as good” as any other baseball team in the league. The red Sox also have a history of having great players like Bobby Doerr, Joe Cronin, Johnny Pesky, and Carl Yastrzemski, Carlton Fisk, Jackie Robinson, and of course Ted Williams. Now take a close look at all those players names, notice something? They are all members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. There is only one name there that is not a player for the Boston Red is Jackie Robinson, he played for the Brooklyn Dodgers. All the players there have jersey numbers that are retired which means there will never be another player issued the same number. This tutorial will show you how to draw the Boston Red Sox logo step by step. Remember, all symbols used in this tutorial were drawn out by Dragon_Queen, but it is a registered trademark of the Boston Red Sox. This lesson is strictly used to show fans and visitors how to draw their favorite baseball team’s symbol. I know you will all appreciate the informative lesson. I will be back in a bit with more drawing fun so stay tuned people there is more great lessons on the way.
Description: Like the other logo tutorial, this will be another logo letter that will be simple to draw. The first thing your gonna need to do is draw out a total of three vertical lines for the left side of the "B" and then one long horizontal line that will help guide you to make the Red Sox letter like you see it on ball caps. Once that is done you can then make the hint of two small "B" shapes as seen here.
Description: In this next step you will draw out the outlining of the bean town "B" as shown and make sure that the edges are nicely rounded. Once you are done with that you can then move onto the next step.
Description: In this next step what you will do is draw out two outlines to give this popular symbol it's shape and authentic look. The points of the letter in the inside should look like fancy looking tails. Move to the next step once you have completed this step.
Description: This is your last drawing step and all you will do here is draw an outlining line around the holes that make this letter look like a "B". Once you have accomplished that you can than start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.
Description: Once you are done this is what your sketch should come out looking like. All you have to do now is color it in any style you want. You have just learned how to draw the Boston Red Sox logo step by step.
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