How to Draw a Wine Glass

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How to draw a wine glass

 

Hello everybody! It’s drawingforall.net with a new drawing tutorial in which we will tell you how to draw a wine glass. Notice that It would be a fairly simple drawing lesson.

This is a very sophisticated and elegant object. To draw it nicely, you should try to do everything as correctly. There are many different types of glasses. For example we took a classic wine glass, which everyone has. Let’s start the tutorial and learn to draw wine glass!

Step 1

 

First things first draw an oval. You should get a figure that will be similar to the egg. You should draw this figure as accurately as you can.

 

how to draw a wineglass step by step

 

Step 2

 

Then draw a vertical line extending from the center of the bottom of the oval. At the end of the line draw horizontally flattened oval, as in our sample.

 

wineglass drawing

 

Step 3

 

Now we outline the contours of the stem of the glass. It should be elegant. In the upper part of the oval draw ellipse.

 

wine glass drawing pencil

 

Step 4

 

It is the most simple step. Just erase the guidelines, make smooth all the lines and you will get something like this:

 

how to draw a wineglass

 

Step 5

 

At the final stage add some shadows and highlights to the wine glass. As we have said, to find any inaccuracies, look at him through the mirror. If in the end you get the same figure as in our example, you have done everything correctly.

 

How to draw a wine glass

 

It was tutorial about how to draw a wine glass. We hope you liked this drawing lesson. We think that it was very simple and informative. If you could not draw a picture as in our example, don’t worry. You just need more practice. Draw, erase failed drawings and draw again until you learn to draw perfectly. Subscribe to us on social networks and stay tuned. Goodbye!

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  1. Samantha

    Do you do step by step in coloured pencils please

    • In the future we plan to create tutorials with coloured pencils. But at the moment we have a huge number of unpublished drawing lessons with black pencils. So, stay tuned.

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