A crown symbolizes power. It is ornate, studded with gems and jewels and cuts a graceful picture. It is worn by kings and emperors. Kids come across the headgear in different children’s literature and picture books. They can try a hand and drawing the shape with this exercise. The sketch takes the help of guides for nailing the perfect shape.
Step 1: Draw two rectangles and join them by slanting lines.
Step 2: Make an arch-shaped structure.
Step 3: Draw a partial circle at the top and a square above it.
Step 4: Start detailing the topmost part.
Step 5: It resembles the shape of a fan.
Step 6: Now start detailing the circle below.
Step 7: Draw small circles along the arch.
Step 8: Sketch three circles below.
Step 9: Make angular, elongated structures in between.
Step 10: Make a double-lined arc below.
Step 11: Connect the small circles with triple lined arcs.
Step 12: Make doubl- lined, fan-like shapes surrounding the circles.
Step 13: They are interspersed with double-lined corn cob-like designs.
Step 14: Connect the mid-section and the top part with arcs and straight lines.
Step 15: Sketch small circles and arcs.
Step 16: Make the lowermost curved band.
Step 17: Triangular and rectangular shapes line the lower part of the crown.
Step 18: Intersperse them with circles and oblong shapes.
Step 19: The lowermost band is now decorated with floral designs.
Step 20: Color the crown.
You would find that the drawing mainly relies on basic shapes. The decorations are created on the basic form. It may look complex, but in reality, it involves simple steps that are many in number, but not overwhelming. After drawing, children can brighten up the canvas in vivid colors.