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How to Draw a Steak

The team of Drawingforall.net really loves delicious food, especially meat on fire, and especially steaks. In addition, the team of our site loves to draw. So today we have connected these two passions of ours in one lesson, in which we will show how to draw a steak. In fact, it is very easy to draw a steak, and perhaps this lesson (along with a lesson on how to draw a stone) is one of the easiest on Drawingforall.net. But anyway, in the process of sketching a beef on the fire there are a few nuances that will be covered in this article.


Step 1

So the first thing we need to do is sketch the outer contours of the steak. Obviously, every time this wonderful dish will have a different appearance. Therefore, with the help of rough and not very smooth lines, sketch the contour of the future work of artistic and culinary art.

Step 2

In the previous step, we created the outer contours of the dish, and now we will make our steak drawing more detailed and realistic. To do this, outline the edge of the upper face of the steak as shown in the example from the artists of Drawingforall.net. Next, with the help of intersecting lines, draw a pattern of the grill grid.

Step 3

Our sketch already looks like a real drawing of a steak, but it lacks volume. To give this volume we need to draw shadows. To begin with, draw the shadows of the side edge of the steak in the places you see in our example. Next, draw the cast shadow under the steak, so that this dish does not look flying in the air.

Today the team of Drawingforall.net showed you in a very simple and accessible way how to draw a steak. You can draw a steak in the form of a single picture, or create a still life by drawing this dish next to tomatoes, a bottle and several heads of garlic. Perhaps you could learn this lesson in a few minutes, and it seemed too simple for you. If so, go to other categories on our website to find more complex drawing lessons, as well as subscribe to us on social networks in order not to miss a single new tutorial that by a team of artists and editors of Drawingforall.net.

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