There are a lot of components that are integral to helping your computer to run smoothly, and the computer chip is perhaps the most crucial of these. To celebrate this important component, let’s learn how to draw your very own computer chip!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a black pen and a ruler, and drawing four straight lines towards the bottom of your page. These should form a square, but with the corners unconnected.
Use a black pen to join the corners with soft curves.
Then, take the black pen and ruler to add another, smaller square inside the first.
Fill in the outer “ring” using a black pen…
And then use a black pen and ruler to add a dashed line around the edge.
Use these dashes to create a series of small squares, all around the edge of the main square shape. Fill in the small square in the top left corner with the black pen.
Then, fill in the square beside this one using a black pen, and add small dots to the top. Continue to fill in the rest of the small squares with the black.
Add small dots to the tops of the remaining squares…
And then take a gray pencil and ruler, and draw four lines inside the main square. This should form a square with the corners crossing over one another. Add a short horizontal line below that at the top.
Then, use a black pen to add a series of small circles to the center of this section.
Use a black pen and ruler to connect these circles to the outside square with straight lines.
Continue to angle the lines until they all touch the gray square…
And then use a gray pencil to shade the section at the top.
Continue to shade the outside area with the gray pencil…
And then use a brown-orange pencil to fill in the center.
And voila! A top-secret computer chip is ready – but does it contain information for a spy, or something more harmless? Only you can decide…