A couch is a very important piece of furniture . The couch is a part of our daily lives. It’s where we lounge, relax, and watch TV.
A basic couch is a great place to practice your artistic skills. Although a couch might look simple, it is possible to focus your creativity and draw the parts.
We have created a step-by, detailed tutorial for how to draw a sofa. It is 9 simple and easy steps. This comprehensive guide makes drawing a couch much easier.
Each step comes with clear illustrations to help you understand the steps and guide you as you go.
These steps can be followed by anyone, no matter how advanced or novice you are at drawing. You can also add your own style to each step and improvise.
You can mix and match colors to make your artwork unique. Your imagination is your best tool to unleash your creativity. Have fun with your artistic abilities!
Draw a rectangular shape that is sideways on the left-hand side of the paper.
You can redraw the four corners and make them curve instead of straight. This trick will make the shape appear like a fluffy cushion.
Add another cushion seat to the one you have already drawn. Both cushion seats should be drawn in an even alignment.
Draw an irregular, square shape with curving edges just above the left cushion. This square must have straight sides and a curved top. It must also be wider than it is long. This gives the couch a more realistic appearance.
Sofa backs help support our backs while we are sitting on a sofa. This allows us to be comfortable and upright at the same time.
Next, repeat the previous steps above the right cushion. Both sofa backs should look the same and be aligned.
You are free to be creative! To make the couch look more artistic, you can create different patterns or designs.
Draw the left square arm, along with the sofa back and left cushion seat. This is the place where our arms rest when we are seated on the couch. An arm rest will make your arm feel sore and numb.
Continue the process on the opposite side of the sofa. Remember to draw the armrests of the couch as evenly and accurately as possible. Both should look the same and be drawn at the same level.
It’s now time to add a deck beneath the couch to support the cushions.
Below the cushion seats, draw a straight horizontal line. The line should end at the edge of the arm rest. The deck must be aligned at the bottom of the armrest.
Draw the foot of your couch on the left-hand side, just underneath the deck. As shown in the illustration, draw two lines that are short and diagonal with a horizontal connecting the ends.
Block feet are used to support and stabilize the couch.
To complete the set of legs on the couch and ensure that it is fully stable, repeat the previous step. The legs of the couch should be identical and parallel.
You have now successfully drawn a couch! All that’s left is to add some vibrant and vivid colors to complete your artwork.