The most famous landmark in the world and the symbol of Paris, France! Today we are drawing the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris.
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Learn To Draw Parisian’s Famous Eiffel Tower
Step-by-Step Guide on How to Draw An Eiffel Tower
- Draw three rectangular floors that are horizontally parallel to each other – the bottom floor is the longest and the widest, followed by the one on top of it, and the third one is the tiniest and smallest. On top of them all, draw another small rectangular floor vertically.
- Beneath the largest floor, draw two slightly diagonal vertical posts to serve as the building’s base. These posts should have broader width than the floors above them.
- Then, repeat step two, but this time between the widest and the floor next to it. These posts will be smaller than the first.
- Next, draw two vertical lines on each lower corner of the top floor to connect them with the third floor below them, overlapping the second. After that, connect the second and third floors by drawing a vertical line between them.
- To make it really look like the Eiffel Tower, let’s add the crisscross lines on its bases.
- Repeat step five until all posts are covered with crisscross lines. Lastly, draw a curved line between the main pillars, a horizontal line between the second pair of posts, and a vertical line on top.
- Since Eiffel Tower is a building made of iron, let’s color it gray.
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