How to Draw a Football Field.

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How to Draw a Football Field.

Football stadiums are among the most iconic buildings in all of entertainment and the field therein is equally identifiable. In order to draw a football field you just need a little eye for detail.

If you are drawing a football field to scale you need to allow space for 120 yards long and 53 yards wide. Each endzone is ten yards deep to allow room for players to play the game. In the middle of the actual field, at the fifty yard line, there should be a yardage indicator and perhaps a logo to show that you have reached midfield.

After you've settled on the outline of the field you can start filling in all of the details. You can add yardage markers along the sidelines in 10 yard intervals. You can also add smaller dashes to signify the passage of individual yards. To spice up the football field design you can add logos to each endzone, one to signify the home team, and the other to signify the away team.

After that is done, with a little bit of expertise in perspective drawing, you can add goal posts to the endzone and call your field complete!

   

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