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Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate
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Updated: March 24, 2010
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The flaming dice that I submitted almost three years ago have been in the top fifty since I submitted them. Going through all the many different types of objects I have submitted over time, I think I should draw a lesson that shows you "how to draw dice", step by step. Dice are an important gaming piece for boardgames that require the roll of two dice that determines how many spaces to move. Dice are also used in a game called craps, and they have been a major symbol for casinos world wide. When ever you think of dice, automatically your mind associates them with either gambling, or some sort of boardgame. As you can imagine, it is somewhat easy to draw these two objects, because all you really need to do is draw two three dimensional squares, and add some dots. Each die has the numbers represented by dots, one, two, three, four, five, and six. Back in the seventies and eighties, large fuzzy dice where a popular commodity to hang in the rear-view mirror of your car. I think you will enjoy using this tutorial to teach yourself "how to draw dice", step by step. When you are done you can color them in any shade you like. Just sketching out this object is going to be a blast. I will be back shortly with some cool summer stuff that I think you might like. Peace peeps, and happy drawing!

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# How to Draw Dice

## STEP 1.

Draw two square objects that look like ice cubes. You might need some tools for this tutorial if you can draw blocks. Grab a ruler and a good eraser that will not smudge the pencil to your paper.

## STEP 2.

Keeping the shapes you just drew in step one exactly the same, all you need to do is round off the pointed edges to make them look multidimensional.

## STEP 3.

And now for your last drawing step, all you have to do here is draw in the dots. As you can see I have all the numbers that are on each die showing, one through six to be exact. Erase any excess lining that you no longer need.

## STEP 4.

Now it's time to choose a color and shade in your dice. I colored mine in blue, but you can choose pink, green, purple, red, black, or just the simple white with black spots. I hope you had fun, meet me back here shortly for another fun filled lesson.