Drawing landscapes are always interesting and when the subject is something as captivating and mysterious as a pyramid, it just doubles the fun. Here is a simple step-by-step 3D drawing of a triangular pyramid for kids.
- Begin your drawing by making an acute triangle as the one shown in the picture. It might look like a right angle triangle at first, but when you pay attention, it is an acute triangle.
- Now add two more lines to draw another triangle, keeping the right arm of the first triangle as the third arm of the second triangle (Picture 2).
- See the above picture and draw seven parallel lines running through both the triangles. Picture 3 can be a nice example of an optical illusion as the lines are looking like they are curved a little where they cut through the common arm of the two triangles. But, they are actually straight lines, you may check with your ruler to be sure.
- Now, follow picture 4 and add small lines perpendicular to the straight lines drawn in the earlier step. Once you are done, your stone pyramid will be ready.
- Next, it is time to work on the details of the landscape as a pyramid cannot just in an empty space.
- A symmetrical pyramid and neat sand dunes in a clear starry night; your picture is now ready to be hung in your personal art gallery.