There are innumerable causes that their needs to be a higher awareness about…and that is one of the reasons awareness ribbons have come into style. The ribbon that most people have seen are the pink Breast Cancer ribbon, the yellow Armed Forces ribbon, and the puzzle pieces Autism ribbon. But there are so many more. Here is a list of the colors of other Awareness Ribbons. Today we will show you how to draw awareness ribbons with a few simple illustrated steps.
How to Draw Awareness Ribbons for Causes such as Breast Cancer and Autism
Draw a #9-like shape.
Draw an upside down letter ‘J’ shape to thicken the shape of the #9 you drew.
Continue the ribbon from up above. There is a criss-cross of the ribbon as you can see above.
Draw a curved line up at the top…this is the underside of the top of the ribbon.
Finished Drawing of a Cause or Awareness Ribbon
And there you have it, a finished awareness / cause ribbon. Almost every cause has an awareness ribbon…the most seen ribbons are pink for Breast Cancer awareness, yellow for the troops and Bone Cancer (as well as many other things), puzzle pieces for Autism, red for AIDS awareness. There are too many causes to list. The important thing is that you learned how to draw one.
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