How to Draw a Star
Draw a straight line at an upward angle to the left, crossing the upside-down V shape about 1/3 of the way down:.-“. Again, do not lift your pencil from the paper until you are finished. Draw a straight line at a downward angle back to your starting point:.-“.
Draw a large circle on a piece of paper with a compass and a pencil. Turn the top of the compass while keeping the point still to create a circle centered around the point. Make another mark on the edge of the circle and move your compass point to one of the new marks. Draw a 6-pointed star, then turn your paper 45 degrees and draw another one.
What is a 5 pointed star called?
A pentagram (also known as a pentalpha, pentangle, pentacle, or star pentagon) is a five-pointed star polygon that was used as a symbol in ancient Greece and Babylonia, and is still used as a symbol of faith by many Wiccans today, similar to how Christians use the cross.
What is a 7 point star?
A heptagram, septagram, septegram, or septogram is a seven-pointed star made up of seven straight lines.
What is a 9 point star called?
The nine-pointed star is also known as a Nonagram, Enneagram, or Star of Goliath, and it is also associated with the band Slipknot, who use the regular compound 9-pointed star figure as a symbol (see image on right).
What is the meaning of a 5 point star tattoo?
The nautical star also represented a traveler or sailor’s way home whenever they were lost in life or travel, and the five-pointed star of the US national flag and the distinctive color pattern of the compass rose found on many nautical charts.
What does a 6 pointed star mean?
The six-pointed star, also known as the Seal of Solomon, is commonly used as a talisman and for conjuring spirits and spiritual forces in various forms of occult magic. It is called the talisman of Saturn in the book The History and Practice of Magic, Vol. 2.
What is a 6 pointed star called?
The six-pointed symbol is known as the Star of David, a reference to the Biblical king and his legendary “shield.” (There are more complicated interpretations of the symbol based on Jewish mystics’ beliefs, which you can read about here.)