# How To Draw A Barbed Wire Drawing

In this article, You will learn how to draw a barbed wire drawing step by step guide. Also watch the video tutorial on how to draw the barbed wire easy.

## How To Draw A Barbed Wire Drawing

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### Step: 1 Drawing the curved lines for wire

Begin by drawing three small, narrow, overlapping ovals. These are the first of the coiled barbs. Then, extend two pairs of curved lines from each side of the barb.

On one side, allow the lines to cross over one another, disappearing behind one another. Notice the twisted pattern of the lines.

### Step: 2 Drawing pairs for wire

Enclose the ends of the lines by drawing another barb – three small, narrow ovals.

Then, draw another barb a short distance from the previous, set at a different angle. Draw two sets of curved lines between them.

Notice how the pairs of lines twist and coil around one another. Then, extend two pairs of lines downward from the last barb.

### Step: 3 Give a curved shape

Continue the curved lines until they meet the length of barbed wire already drawn.

Then, extend them on the opposite side of the wire. Enclose the ends of the lines by drawing a barb, three small ovals.

Draw another barb beside it, and connect them with two sets of curved lines. See how the lines twist around one another.

Extend two pairs of curved lines beyond the last barb.

### Step: 4 Drawing the extending wire

Continue to extend the pairs of lines, causing them to coil around one another. Then draw another barb, three narrow ovals. Extend curved lines upward from it.

### Step: 5 Drawing the twisting wires

Continue to draw the twisting curved lines, and enclose the ends with a barb – three narrow ovals.

Draw another barb above it, and connect them by drawing more twisted lines. Then, extend a pair of lines upward from the uppermost barb.

### Step: 6 Coloring the barbed wire

Double the barbed wire back upon itself. Draw two more barbs and the twisted curved lines between and extending beyond them.

Draw two more barbs, and connect them with pairs of twisted, curving lines. Extend a pair of curved lines beyond the last barb.

You’ve now formed the second loop in the wire. Then draw two small, curved triangles on each barb to indicate the sharp points that give barbed wire its name.

Thanks for drawing with me.

### Conclusion

That’s it guys, we have finally completed the barbed wire drawing, hope you liked it and if you have any doubts about the drawing, let me know in the comment section.

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