Do you want to make a Wine glass drawing? If yes, below we have shared wine glass drawings’ step-by-step tutorial. This tutorial will be helpful for you to make a wine glass sketch with simple steps.
Supplies You Might Need
- Pencil – I uses Artline pencils for my artworks, it comes with different grades.
- Kneadable Eraser – For removing dirty stuff and lightning the value of shading these gummy erasers are very useful.
- Sketchbook – A quality sketchbook.
- Mechanical Pencil – 0.5mm mechanical pencils for drawing fine and precise lines.
- Fixative Spray – For protection of art from smudging.
- Blending Stump – Paper stumps for smooth blending.
- Pencil Color – Its thick cores are perfect for shading and shadows.
- Acrylic Color – This set of acrylic paint has all the necessary colors to paint anything.
Let’s jump into the tutorial to make Wine glass drawing!
Step 1 – First, vertically split the paper into two equal parts, then vertically draw a large rectangle with a height of 5.2cm and a width of 4.5cm. Next, make a vertically minus shape with a height of 5.5cm & a width of 1cm below the rectangle, then draw a small rectangle with a height of 1.4cm & a width of 2.3cm horizontally.
Step 2 – In the second step, start from the wine glass’s rim, then draw its bowl in a large rectangle & stem in a minus shape and base in a small rectangle.
Step 3 – Make wine glasses epicure & half glass wine then, draw some details. Finally, wine glasses drawing is completed.
Step 4 – Now, shade the wine glasses with 4b, 6b grade pencils & highlight with thin rubber or white gelly roll pen like this drawing.
Step 5 – In the last step, shade the land & glass’s reflection on land.
All steps in single frame
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