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How draw a circle

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Jun 4, 2010 | 10:20 PM EDT

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This tutorial will explain how to draw a perfect free-hand circle in 3 easy steps.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very funny!

is this a tutorial or a comedy comic?
well i laugh a lot! this tutorial should be reversed!
first draw a circle then draw the face sketch then draw his face
but this one.....


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Freehand circle, hmmm...

Well, that seemed an interesting project, really is very complicated draw a circle only with your hands and a brush, but what has come to this presentation is not really acceptable proof with make a perfect circle.

First, to draw a head (have to be mind circular, not any), you must take several hours and too difficult for anyone.

Second, would elaborate on smudge this drawing, because knowing that it is impossible not to leave traces after erasing, then can this way not wake up right.

Third, thus not erasing right, the circle does not perfectly. Therefore, having to lighten this process, since this video does not give the correct steps to draw a circle (Yes, in my opinion, you still must have objects this way to draw as perfect).

The graphics, slides and music are ok.

Xenondwarf responds:

Way to call the logic of spongebob into question!


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

i tryed it BUT IT DOESNT WORK.

btw if you cant draw a circle how the hell would you draw that perfect head.

btw sponge bob is cool, but dont go stealing sponge bobs lines and pictures and go make your own.

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Xenondwarf responds:

I wasn't stealing anything from spongebob. I was simply using these pictures to get anyone who knows this scene to laugh.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I remember watching this as a kid and making circles all the time but now my circles are crappy :P. but I don't care, i'm just saying about the good old times


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I have drawn the perfect circle :D Thank you for your tutorial

Xenondwarf responds:

No problem!