Description: Remember when I said that I was going to upload a tutorial based on something from Russia? Well, here is that tut. Today I will be showing you "<em>how to draw the Kremlin</em>", step by step. I know the lesson says Kremlin, but the building you see before you is actually called Saint Basil’s Cathedral which can be seen from the actual Kremlin. This historic complex is actually located in the very heart of Moscow. It not only overlooks Saint Basil Cathedral, other places like Moskva River, the Alexander Garden, and Red Square. Red Square is the city in Russia that separates the Kremlin from the citadel. Also, the Kremlin is actually where the President of Russia lives. The beautiful design of Saint Basil’s Cathedral is absolutely remarkable. It was built in 1555, and took six years to complete. The person that gave the orders to build one of a kind Cathedral was Ivan the Terrible. I had a lot of fun drawing Saint Basil’s Cathedral or the Kremlin and I made sure to try and break down the tutorial in an easy fashion so that others can get in on the fun. Well, I have to pounce out of here, (yes I said “Ponce”), but I will be back with more great fun for you all to explore and enjoy. Peace out people!
Description: Begin by drawing the stems for the base of each tower big and small. There is going to be a total of six. Once the bases are drawn, you can make the tear drop and triangular shaped caps or roofs on each tower.
Description: Let's start with the tallest and biggest tower roof. Sketch out the shape of a triangle in a more defined way. Draw the drop shaped tip or top, then make some wave like lines that start the top of the buildings structure.