When it comes to massaging aching muscles, bathing your children, or giving the family dog a monthly bath, a handheld shower head can be a handy upgrade to your bathroom. This step by step tutorial shows how to draw a Shower Head. It includes simple instructions along with pencil drawing examples for each step.
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How to draw a shower Step by Step
1: Grab a pencil and sketch out the upper part of the bath as in our example. Use the lightest lines to make it easier to erase unwanted lines and make changes in subsequent steps.
2: Draw out the lower part of the bath. In this and previous step we use slightly visible lines. Don’t forget that we will erase all the guidelines in the further steps.
3: Let’s start adding final look to our bath. Carefully draw out the tap. Then, using very sharp lines draw out the upper edges as in the example of the artists of Drawingforall.net below.
4: And at the last step of the tutorial on how to draw a bath remains only to draw shadows and glare. To make glare more realistic, draw the contours of the glare as in our example. To make the shadows darker and more voluminous, add more shading layers.
Some shower Drawing pictures