After almost 50 published how to draw tutorials, it occurred to me I didn’t have any sport related topics! We’re going to draw hockey – a popular sports game played on ice with a stick and puck.
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- Paper (Our Free How To Draw Template PDF)
- Polymer Eraser
- Outline Markers
- Coloring Tools (I recommend Crayola’s 140 Piece Coloring Case)
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Step-by-Step Guide: Draw Hockey Pock With Stick
- Draw a small cylindrical shape. Parallel to it, draw two diagonal lines enclosed with a curved end on top while leaving the lower end open to form a stick.
- On the stick’s open end, draw a rectangular blade adjacent to it. The sides away from the shaft must be wider than the side connecting to the post, making it an isosceles trapezoid.
- Let’s add more details to the shaft to make it look like one. Draw three short horizontal lines for the knob at the top of the shaft and another four slightly diagonal, horizontal lines on the blade.
- Now, let’s color it with a dark gray hockey pock, a brown shaft, a red knob, and a white blade with a touch of brown.
Excuse the misspelling, I did it super late and I’m too lazy to change it right now 🙂 the prints in the books will be corrected don’t worry.
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Fun Hockey Facts for Kids
- Despite all the inconsistencies on when hockey was first played, the first formal indoor hockey game was played in Montreal, Canada, in 1875.
- Hockey sticks were straight until the 1960s. Stan Mikita, the Chicago Blackhawks Hall of Famer, is credited with introducing a stick curve in the 1960s.
- Hockey pucks are three-inch in diameter. They’re frozen before each game so they don’t bounce during the game.
- The first puck to be used during outdoor hockey in the 1800s was made of frozen cow dung.
- Before the 1927-28 season, forward hockey passes were not permitted.
- 26.5 million Canadians played in the men’s hockey gold medal final at the 2010 Winter Olympics. That’s 80% of the population of the whole world.
- When the Latvian hockey team plays at home and wins the game, supporters visit the home country embassy of the opposition team and lay flowers at its entrance.
- Even if Wayne Gretzky had never scored a single goal, he would still have more points than any other past/present hockey player.
- On March 5, 2004, a hockey game was held between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Ottawa Senators, with a total of 419 penalty minutes calculated.
- The 3rd most famous sport in the world is field hockey, with an estimated 2 billion fans worldwide.
- Allan Loney was the first hockey player to be charged with the murder of another player since he killed Alcide Laurin in a game on February 24, 1905.
- Canada’s $5 notes have people playing hockey on them and a brief quote from a hockey story.
- Every hockey team consists of 11 players, including strikers, defensive players, and goaltenders.
- Jarome Iginla donates $2,000 to the children’s charity for every goal he scores. Since 2000, he has added more than $700,000.
- The Slovak women’s hockey team qualified for the 2010 Olympics by defeating Bulgaria 82-0. They lost 18-0 to Team Canada in Vancouver.
- Average professional hockey player will lose as many as 5 to 8 pounds during the average game (mostly water).
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