How to Draw Buddha?3 min read
Although children can sometimes use words and actions, drawing is a great way for them to express themselves. It allows parents to see their child’s thoughts and feelings. We have been trying to boost our drawing for a while now. Today we will be learning to draw a simple face. It is a buddha we are trying to draw today.
Know more about Buddha
Buddha is the founder of Buddhism, which is one of the major religions in southern and eastern Asia. He was born in the 6th century BCE in the region known as Lumbini. His followers, who were known as Buddhists, taught the religion that is now known as Buddhism. The term buddha was often used by Hindu groups in ancient India to refer to an individual who has awakened from the sleep state of ignorance. According to some traditions of Buddhism, there has been a Buddha in the past. Some forms of Buddhism also believe that all beings will become buddhas one day.
Facts about Buddha
- Various forms of Buddhism commemorate various events in the life of Buddha Gautama.
- In other countries, the festivals are held on different days and have a variety of rituals and ceremonies.
- In Japan, the Buddha’s birth is celebrated on the 8th day of the lunar calendar.
- His name was Siddhartha, and he was often referred to as Siddhartha or Siddhartha.
- He is also referred to as Shakyamuni, the sage of the Shakya clan.
- Although his life can be regarded as historical, it is not clear when he died and the date of his death is not known.
- Scholars generally agreed that he died around 480 BCE. Others believed he died about a century later.
- The story of a particular buddha is one that begins before his birth and continues after he dies.
- It is the story of millions of lives that were spent on the path to Buddhahood.
- Although the historical Buddha is not regarded as the first or the last buddha to appear, he is still considered the first.
- He will be replaced by a new buddha named Maitreya after the relics of Shakyamuni are gone.
Let’s draw Buddha today!
Materials needed to draw the Buddha:
- Drawing paper
- Black marker
Guidelines to help Kids draw:
- Making a crease is the first thing to do before drawing.
- This is a great way to reference the steps and make them easier to follow.
- Having a visual reference point will help someone get started with drawing accurately.
- It does not mean that students need to draw a fat line down the middle of their paper before they start.
- No, this is not a trick to make a finished art piece look good. Instead, simply fold the paper in half and make a crease.
Steps to draw
- Let’s draw the guidelines first using the pencil.
- Now let’s start with the face.
- Let’s draw the outline of the face.
- Now draw the lips.
- To the center draw the nose.
- Connect the brows, add a circle between the brows.
- Draw the large ears.
- Add the details inside the ear.
- Now let’s draw the neck.
- Once the neck is drawn, let’s finish the hair and bun.
- Let’s use the black marker now to draw the outline.
- Now let’s start coloring.
- Use yellow to paint the face.
- And light green for the background.
Learning to draw benefits your child’s growth. This article should throw light into the beauty of lines in art forms. It also got rare information about the Buddha. Now make your own Buddha face with these easy steps.