Home » Drawing Tutorials » Food » How to Draw a Burger

How to Draw a Burger

How to draw a burger

In one of the previous drawing lessons, we already showed you how to draw a hamburger step by step. But this lesson on how to draw a hamburger will be slightly different from the previous one. Here we will draw exactly the same object but in a slightly different way. Before we begin the process of drawing, we want to take a couple of notes. First of all it should be remembered that there is an incredible number of different burgers, which have different fillings and even different buns (strange to imagine, but there are even burgers where instead of buns you get two leaves of lettuce). But it should be noted that the principle of drawing all burgers, even the strangest, remains the same. So, from the words of the action, let’s start drawing a hamburger.


Step 1

Let’s start drawing a burger with the basic outlines of this classic dish. Using very light lines, create a shape that is flat at the bottom and rounded at the top. Use the lightest lines to no longer face difficulties when you add the necessary details and corrections.

Burger drawing tutorial

Step 2

Let’s draw the burger stuffing now. In our drawing you can see a classic set consisting of a patty, cheese, sauce, tomatoes and lettuce. Of course, you can add other details, such as bacon or jalapeno. Sketch all these details using very light, almost transparent lines.

How to draw a burger step by step

Step 3

The sketch of our food is ready, and it’s time for us to start adding details and giving the final look to the burger drawing. Using dark and very clear lines, carefully circle all the details, as the artists of Drawingforall.net did. Complete the third step by removing all the unnecessary guidelines from the hamburger drawing with an eraser.

How to draw a burger easy

Step 4

The burger drawing is almost complete, and we have only the simplest thing left – to add shadows. Use hatching to depict the shadows. In the burger there is a very large number of different parts, and each of them casts shadows, so consider this when you draw shadows. And also do not forget to draw a cast shadow on the surface.

How to draw a burger

We have every reason to believe that with the help of this four-step drawing lesson even the most novice and not an experienced artist will be able to learn how to draw a burger. As it was already written above, all burgers are drawn in approximately the same scenario. But of course you can slightly modify your drawn burger, changing the filling in it, for example, adding bacon, or changing the buns, for example, making them with sesame. Also, do not forget about our efforts in the field of social networks, where we publish every day the sea of all that is interesting and useful.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *