How to Draw the WWE Championship Belt

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Things You'll Need

  • Letter-sized paper
  • Pencil
  • Ruler

The WWE Championship belt originated when John Cena defeated JBL at Wrestlemania 21 and customized it. After multiple title changes, the belt became the official WWE Title. The WWE Title is the biggest title in the WWE along with the World Heavyweight Championship. The multi-jeweled championship belt has many sections to focus on and detail. After you learn how to master the drawing of the belt, create it for drawings of WWE Superstars like Edge, Big Show and Randy Orton.

Set the letter-sized paper in the landscape position. Measure out a 9-inch horizontal line with the ruler 2 inches down from the top edge of the paper. Draw the 9-inch line with a pencil.

Measure 3 inches down from the horizontal line and create a duplicate parallel 9-inch line.

Create a large circle in the center of the two lines that extends out to the 6-inch mark and 3-inch mark of each line. Draw the circle by hand using the two lines as a guide.

See how the circle blends into the straight straps of the title belt.
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Flow the circle into the sides of the lines to form a curved line and complete the overall shape of the belt. Remove any extra lines so that just the general shape of the belt remains.

Draw a rectangle with slightly rounded corners on each end of the straps. Use the ruler to measure the sides as 2 inches and the top and bottom sides as 1 1/2 inches.

Draw circular jewels around each rectangle. Each side of the rectangle should have 10 different jewels. Add a diagonal line from the top right corner to the bottom left corner of the left square. Add a diagonal line from the top left corner to the bottom right corner of the right square.

The WWE logo appears several times on the title belt.
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Shade in the lower half of each split square and add the WWE logo.

Add a second curved rectangle to the right of the left side. Start with an arch on the top, curve it inward on the sides and then arch outward on the bottom. Repeat this process to add another curved rectangle to the left of the right side.

Decorate the left arched rectangle with "WWE" written on the top and "Champion" written on the bottom. Use blocked letters for the "WWE" and fill it in with tiny jewel drawings. Fill in the "Champion" with black shading. Draw a large eagle over a globe in the center between the words. Extend a vine plant from each talon of the eagle. The vines have four sets of two leaves with the ninth leaf at the tip.

Decorate the right arched rectangle with jewel colored letters that read "Mun" and "Nite" on the top and "RAW" on the bottom. Add a lock and chain in the center with a leafed circle surrounding it.

Draw a large arch in the center of the championship belt. It is the same as the other two except double in size and fits in just slightly against the top and bottom of the belt. Add jewel drawings all around the edges of the design.

Draw an inner circle in the center shape. Add an eagle at the top of the circle. Add the jewel encrusted word "CHAMP" on the bottom of the title. Draw a jewel encrusted WWE symbol in the center of the title. Draw a large empty oval on the bottom of the title as the nameplate.


  • Fill in the name plate with the name of your favorite WWE wrestler.


About the Author

Alan Donahue started writing professionally in 2003. He has been published in the Norwich Free Academy "Red & White," UNLV's "Rebel Yell" and on various websites. He is an expert on wrestling, movies and television. He placed second in the NFO Screenwriting Contest and received filmmaking awards from Manchester Community College and Norwich Free Academy. He currently attends Academy of Art University.

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