DIY Replica of Galileo’s Telescope. Galileo Galilei was born in Pisa in 1564, the first of six children of Vincenzo Galilei, a musician and scholar. If you’re going to do further work on the drawing like shading, take your time and take my painting of Galileo and turn it into a black and white picture for a shading ref. Let me know how you did or if this was easy enough. 9. How to Draw Galileo Galilei.The great man in the history of science Galileo Galilei. This telescope was better than the devices other scientists had made, and by the end of his life, Galileo had created a telescope that allowed the user to magnify objects at 30 times their original size. A few pieces of PVC pipe will be the biggest expense for this DIY project. Galileo’s Moon drawings.

Thanks for viewing and have fun, folks! But Galileo’s life was not easy. To buy a telescope like the one used by Galileo could cost a small fortune. However, building one will be very cheap. Lets start drawing the picture of Galileo Galileistep1Draw a circle,then draw neck,ear,shoulder,make eyes,nose,moustache,hairs,beard,with blue marker & the clothes with red marker.Highlight everything with black marker,make eyebrows,colour the hairs,moustache,beard with white,face,ear with skin …

He was one of the first scientists to show that the Sun (rather than the Earth) is at the centre of our solar system, revolutionising our understanding of space. He also invented a new type of telescope, thermometer and compass.

For all of you who have to draw this historical figure because of a history project, I hope you’ll find it easy to draw. Galileo Galilei (1564–1642) was a brilliant Italian scientist, mathematician and astronomer. Galileo was fascinated by the idea of the telescope, and used the designs created by other people to build his own. Prior to Galileo’s construction of his version of a telescope, Thomas Harriot (1560 – 2 July 1621), an English mathematician, and explorer had already used what he dubbed a “perspective tube” to observe the moon, on the evening of July 26, 1609.. In 1581 he entered the University of …