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Want to learn how to draw a Ferris wheel? It’s not as hard as you think, and once you get the hang of it, you can make your drawings look as realistic as possible! Here are some tips and tricks on how to draw a Ferris wheel in ten simple steps. After these steps, you’ll be drawing your beautiful Ferris wheels in no time! 

Ferris Wheel

This article will look at how to draw a Ferris wheel step by step. The Ferris wheel was designed and built in 1893 by George Washington Gale Ferris Jr. In Chicago, Illinois was intended to be the centerpiece of the World’s Columbian Exposition. Drawing a Ferris wheel can be rather complex. However, breaking it down into the following steps is much easier than you might think!

How to Draw a Ferris Wheel

Do you want to know how to draw a Ferris wheel? It’s really easy, and this blog post will show you how! All you need is some paper, a pencil, and some imagination. So get started today, and have some fun!

STEP 1

In the middle of the page, first we will draw a small circle. The process should be in the center. 

STEP 2

Then draw another circle over this small circle. Now you have two circles in the middle.

STEP 3

In the third step, draw a big circle in which these two small circles will appear in the middle. 

STEP 4

Now draw eight parallel lines in the big circle, starting from small processes in the center.

 

STEP 5

In this step, draw Ferris on each endpoint of the line. Now you have eight Ferris. 

STEP 6

Now draw two straight lines below the circle. These two lines will parallel each other, and the bottom line will be slightly taller. 

STEP 7

Join these two lines to the middle circle on the one hand from the left-hand side.

STEP 8

Now join these two lines to the middle of the circle on the other hand for creating a triangle.

STEP 9

You have the empty structure of the Ferris wheel. 

STEP 10

Now fill the color in this structure as per your choice. Your Ferris wheel drawing is ready.

Congratulations! You have successfully learned How to Draw a Ferris Wheel. We hope this was a fun-filled experience for you all.

BOTTOM LINE

Drawing might not seem like an essential skill, but it really can be helpful. Drawing helps kids develop their fine motor skills, explore their creativity, and learn how to visualize things they haven’t experienced yet or don’t know about yet. 

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