|Uploaded:||August 17, 2009|
|Updated:||August 18, 2009|
Well the shaking hands that I drew came out nice huh? I am going to draw another object that is seen and used everyday world wide. This will be a very simple tutorial to learn from because it is going to be on “how to draw a trophy step by step”. Trophies symbolize the accomplishment of something that one worked for or achieved through knowledge. I mean, I know that no matter which way you earn a trophy it all takes work. Did you ever wonder when these items or symbols of achievement came into play? Well I can tell you that the human race has been using trophies for centuries. In fact trophies have been used all the way back to the ancient times. They used to use trophies to mark victories from battle or from an enemy that one defeated. The word “Trophy” is from the Greek word “tropaion”. Tropaion then comes from the verb word "trope" and that means “to rout”. Back in ancient Greek times the trophies were made on the battlefield where the victory was won. A trophy today is given to sports players for winning a championship, they are given to people that win at a contest, they are even given out for pageants and competitions. The trophy I drew is a simple one, it is shaped like a cup so that you can inscribe anything you like on it. You can draw this trophy and write worlds greatest dad, mom, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, cousin, grandma, or grandpa. I think you will have fun with it, and even if you don’t try it now, maybe later on down the road this lesson on “how to draw a trophy’ step by step will come in handy. I have to bounce out of here because I have much work to do. So I will catch you peeps later on today. There is still three more lessons coming your way so keep your eyes peeled for those. Adios and happy drawing!