|Uploaded:||May 19, 2009|
|Updated:||May 20, 2009|
Let's switch things up a bit and do something different and exciting that you wouldn't normally see as a tutorial. Space is a wondrous place and there is so many secrets that hold mystery and surprise in outer space. I'm kind of hooked on things from outer space and I think that's why I am submitting this next tutorial on “how to draw a meteor step by step”. Now according to NASA, a meteor is a bright streak of light that is seen very briefly before it disappears in the sky. Who knows, you may have seen a meteor while you were walking on the beach at night or when you were laying on your blanket looking at the stars. The reason why I say this is because meteors are sometimes thought to be shooting stars or falling stars. People will often associate a really bright meteor as being a fireball which is mainly because meteor's are round and when they pass through the Earth's atmosphere, they turn into a fiery ball. Meteors are made when pieces or chunks come off of a meteoroid. These pieces are usually particles of metallic or stony matter. Most meteors glow extremely bright for about a second or so and meteorites usually disintegrate before reaching earth. Anyway, I had a lot of fun with this drawing making it my own. I will show you how easy it is to learn how to draw a meteor step by step. I have to go because there is two more tutorials that need my attention for submission. Peace out and keep drawing.