The team of Drawingforall.net presents you a new drawing instruction about food, and now we are going to draw a cheese. This drawing guide is quite simple, but in the end, we have to get a realistic piece of cheese. So let’s start this lesson and find out how to draw a cheese!
We start sketching the cheese with a regular parallelogram – a quadrangular shape, the opposite sides of which are parallel in pairs. It will be one side of a piece of cheese. By the way, we recall that the first steps of the drawing should be performed using very light lines.
At the upper part of the parallelogram of the cheese draw a triangle. The base of the triangle should be slightly rounded, as in our sample. As you can see, we formed the base of the cheese drawing with two simple geometric shapes.
In the third step of the tutorial we add the cheese holes. Incidentally, the holes are formed from the cheese milk due to fermentation of milk. Holes on the surface of the cheese drawing must be of different sizes and located in a random order.
It’s the easiest step of this guide. Just erase all the guidelines and make the lines more smooth and even. So, all you have to do is add some shadows to give your cheese drawing a complete look.
At this step we add the shadows. As in previous tutorials we advise you to do it by the hatching. First, you need to find out where the light falls, then add shadows in those areas where the light does not fall.
It was a guide about how to draw a cheese. You can leave it black and white, as in our example, or paint it the yellow as Wolverine’s costume. We hope you enjoyed this drawing instruction. If you like to make beautiful drawings of food, we advise you to try our lessons on how to draw an apple and how to draw a donut. In addition, you can put your cheese drawing next to and apple, donut or other items that you can find in our category “Food” and “The rest” to form a still life.