How to draw a teapot lesson
Let`s learn how to draw a teapot.
As a model, I chose a small, compact teapot, which serves us faithfully during tea parties.
Our teapot has a rounded body, a lid, a pouring spout and a handle. Its sides are decorated with a pattern with roses, but for our purposes it doesn’t matter – we, most importantly, want to learn how to correctly depict the FORM of a teapot. And it is also important for us to understand that the depicted object does not hang in a void, but stands on a plane (table), which has its own boundaries – we will certainly show the visible edge of the table in the figure.
How to draw a teapot “in profile”
We’ll start drawing by marking up the dimensions: height, width and overall shape.
Draw the shape of the body – it is oval. Remember to maintain symmetry. Draw the shape of the body – it’s oval. Remember to maintain symmetry, and the axis of symmetry dividing the picture in half is our most important tool for comparing the halves.
Define in general the shape of the handle and spout. Оutline the shape of the lid.
And now flesh out the whole image:
For the volume of the image , we need to draw shadows.
Teapot drawing lesson 2
Let’s turn our kettle a little.
It will be a little more difficult to draw a teapot in this position, but I believe that we can handle it. The sequence of steps in drawing will be the same: from general to specific.
I drew shadows with a marker and with pencil, and it turned out interesting and funny.