We have baked for you a new drawing tutorial, in which we will show you how to draw a muffin. Perhaps many of you know how to cook muffins, and today we will learn to draw them.
As you can see, the muffin drawing looks quite realistic and voluminous. In this lesson, we will try to show you as clearly as possible how to draw a muffin, as well as tell you how to make it look natural and convincing.
Firstly, sketch out the top of the muffin. This part looks like a small rounded cloud or tortoiseshell. In the first step, you should use very light and pale lines. Remember that here we are only sketching the outlines of the future muffin and finding its best position on paper.
Outline the lower part of our muffin. It narrows slightly towards the bottom. Note that the bottom edge of the muffin should not be perfectly smooth. Here, as in the previous step, you should use very light lines. As you can see, the sketch is gradually starting to look like a muffin drawing.
Using clear and dark lines trace the muffin drawing, giving it a complete look. At the bottom of the muffin, draw a series of long, straight lines, equally spaced apart. Do not place vertical lines too close to each other. Erase all unnecessary construction lines if they remain.
So, we got to the final stage of the muffin drawing tutorial. Here you will need to draw shadows to give the drawing a more voluminous look. First, you need to determine where the light is coming from. In our example on the left. With this in mind, begin to carefully draw shadows using hatching, as shown in our example. Further, add a small area of the cast shadow so that your muffin drawing does not look like hanging in the air.
It was a drawing tutorial on how to draw a muffin. If you like to draw food you can take a look at the whole category which is devoted to drawing food. There we tell and show how to draw a huge number of different dishes.
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