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Artist: Dawn
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Updated: December 7, 2009
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In this next tutorial I will be showing you a very easy way to learn "how to draw a volleyball step by step". The sport of volleyball is usually played on a sandy beach, a grassy backyard, and even in swimming pools and lakes. The sport of this game is really physical and straining to the muscles and joints because you are essentially using all the limbs in your body especially when played on sand. This is the one sport that I can honestly say I have a good time playing because it is a spontaneous game. Hitting the ball back and forth over the volleyball net is almost like playing tennis except you’re not using a racket. Volleyball has become a very noticeable sport that is played worldwide and the most popular players are almost always females. The volleyball ball is made up of a series of materials. The ball itself is inflatable and a standard volleyball is about sixty five centimeters in circumference. When blown up to its standard pressure the ball weighs two hundred eighty grams or ten ounces and the outside is usually made of synthetic or natural leather. This tutorial will show you how easy it is to learn "how to draw a volleyball step by step". I will be back with more lessons so stay tuned fellow artist there is more on the way.

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# How to Draw a Volleyball

## STEP 1.

Okay like the basketball and baseball you will start this step with a medium sized circle with a big plus sign in the middle for guidelines. Next draw out the shape of the tear that is in the background of the volleyball shape and add some split lines.

## STEP 2.

In this next step you will start drawing out the outlines of the torn pieces which at this point look like a bunch of veins or root lines.

## STEP 3.

Okay now that you are on the third step you will start adding the crisscrossed lines that are thick and evenly placed that make the volleyball, a volleyball. Once that is done you will start piecing together the torn shapes as shown to make the ball look like it is ripping through the wall or canvas.

## STEP 4.

Well you are in luck you know why? Because this is your last drawing step. All you need to do here is just draw in the rest of the shaping lines for the ball itself and then finish off the torn pieced shapes. Once that is done you can go ahead and start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.

## STEP 5.

Once you are done your drawing should come out looking like the one you see here. All that is left to do now is coloring it in. I hope you enjoyed this drawing lesson on how to draw a volleyball step by step. I will be back so keep your eyes peeled.