You Can Draw A Nearly Perfect Circle Freehand

You Can Draw A Nearly Perfect Circle Freehand

You don't need to trace a soup can in order to draw a perfect circle. All you really need—even if you're drawing freehand—is a pencil and a piece of paper. The trick to it involves spinning the paper and keeping your hand as steady as possible. Watch how it's done in the video below.

How to Draw a Perfect Circle Freehand

It even works for differently sized circles!

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Key Facts In This Video

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    Learn how to draw a large freehand circle: (0:10)

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    To draw a medium-sized circle, pivot your paper on one of your knuckles. (0:31)

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    To avoid making darker and lighter patches on your freehand circle, draw it with a pencil or a ballpoint pen. (0:47)

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