Volleyball Drawing

Create your own volleyball drawing for free, or discover one from our free collection. Choose an image below, then download for free or generate your own image in a similar style.

A volleyball spins in mid-air
A volleyball player prepares to serve
A volleyball player embraces her passion
Volleyball player spikes ball mid-air
An empty tennis court awaits players
A volleyball player spikes the ball
Vibrant sphere showcases geometric patterns beautifully
A volleyball displays team colors proudly
Pink volleyball net stretches across court
A volleyball displays green and white colors
A confident young woman exudes strength
Vibrant volleyball sphere showcases patriotic colors
A basketball player holds the ball
Vibrant geometric sphere showcases artistic harmony
A volleyball player serves the ball
A volleyball spins in mid-air
A volleyball floats against blue sky
A woman plays volleyball with determination
A volleyball spirals through the air
A volleyball displays its colorful pattern
Volleyball player leaps to spike ball
A basketball player dribbles the ball
A colorful volleyball rests on the ground
Volleyball players compete at the net
A volleyball player prepares to serve
A soccer player smiles confidently
A volleyball spins in mid-air
A woman gazes with determination

A volleyball drawing typically depicts a round, textured ball with curved lines representing the seams, often accompanied by a net or court background.

This volleyball drawing collection is hand-curated and made freely-available for use in your projects. To learn more, see the pages on license and attribution information for Kapwing.

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Volleyball drawing is a popular art form that captures the dynamic and exciting nature of the sport. One notable example is the work of Italian artist, Davide Barco, who has created numerous volleyball-themed illustrations for the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) since 2013. His vibrant and energetic designs have been featured on posters, merchandise, and social media platforms, helping to promote the sport worldwide. The process of creating a volleyball drawing typically involves sketching the basic shapes and poses of the players, then refining the details and adding shading and color. Artists often focus on depicting the athletic movements, such as jumping, spiking, and diving, to convey the intensity and skill required in the game. Some artists, like American illustrator, Chris Rathburn, even specialize in creating custom volleyball drawings for teams and individual players. Volleyball drawings can serve various purposes, from decorative art pieces to instructional diagrams. In 2019, the FIVB collaborated with the International Olympic Committee to create a series of educational volleyball drawings, which were used to teach the basic rules and techniques of the sport to children in developing countries. These illustrations showcased the power of art in communicating ideas and promoting the love for volleyball globally.

Volleyball Drawing Facts
  • The first known volleyball drawing was created by William G. Morgan, the inventor of volleyball, in 1895.
  • In 1964, Japanese manga artist Chikako Urano created a popular volleyball-themed manga series called 'Attack No. 1'.
  • The Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) has been organizing an annual 'Drawing of the Year' contest since 2012.
  • In 2015, a massive 24-meter-long volleyball drawing was created on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Many famous artists, such as Pablo Picasso and Keith Haring, have incorporated volleyball elements into their artwork.