Drawing a Passion Cross

A Passion Cross is a slightly modified version of a Latin Cross, and thus is pretty easy to draw if you've been practicing it. The only difference is that the tips are pointed rather than square. Everything becomes even easier if you're drawing this on a grid, as the grid lines make the measurements extremely easy:

An example of making a passion cross using a grid



Don't feel like using a grid? Here's an easy way to draw a Passion Cross without one:
First, set up your Latin Cross, making sure the arms are drawn lightly enough that you can erase their tips.
Place a new mark in the center of the end of each arm.
Now place a mark on the arm's top and bottom side. These marks should be roughly half the distance as the arm's width from the corners.
Connect your marks to finish your cross!