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How to Draw a Wine Glass

How to draw a wine glass

In this drawing tutorial, we will show you how to draw a wine glass. Notice that It would be a pretty simple drawing lesson.

This is a very sophisticated and elegant object. To draw a wine glass nicely, you should try to do everything as correctly as possible. There are many different types of glasses. For the greatest clarity, we decided to take a very simple and standard wine glass, the appearance of which is probably familiar to everyone.

So, let’s start the tutorial and learn how to draw a wine glass!


Step 1

Firstly, draw an oval which is located on top of a sheet of paper. You should get a figure that will be similar to an egg. You should draw this figure very smoothly and neatly.

how to draw a wineglass step by step

Step 2

Ok. Now you can draw a vertical line extending from the center of the underside of the oval. At the lower end of the line, draw a horizontally flattened ellipse, as in our sample.

wineglass drawing

Step 3

It’s time to delineate the contours of the stem of the wine glass. It should be elegant and thin. In the upper part of the oval draw an ellipse.

wine glass drawing pencil

Step 4

It is the easiest step of this wine glass drawing tutorial. With the help of an eraser, just delete the guidelines, and make the necessary lines of the drawing smooth and clean. After these actions, you will get something like the drawing, presented in our example.

how to draw a wineglass

Step 5

Add some shadows and highlights to the wine glass drawing. As we have said, to find any inaccuracies, look at your wine glass drawing through the mirror. If you end up with a drawing similar to the one you see in our example, you did everything right.

How to draw a wine glass

So, this was an instruction about how to draw a wine glass. We hope that this lesson was not only interesting to you but also useful and that you learned something new with the help of it. Also, we hope that it was very simple.

You can leave your artwork as it is, or depict some additional elements. For example, you can depict the background. In addition, you can draw vases, bottles, and other utensils next to this wine glass.

If you could not draw a picture as in our example, don’t worry. You just need more practice. Draw, erase unsuccessful drawings with an eraser and draw again until you learn how to draw perfectly.


    1. 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.

  1. What the flip dude?! That drawing is so rubbish and I want a better drawing so Get BETTER BRO

    1. First of all, why are you googling tutorials on how to draw a wine glass if you are such a expert that you feel qualified to say jack sh!t and critique his drawing and say it out loud!!! Second, since you’ve placed yourself in the seat of the ‘art judge’, why are you not creating YouTube videos and teaching people how to draw masterpieces not rubbish? What an a$$. This world is filled with miserable people who want others to be miserable too so they pick at individuals seeing which ones will seem effected and then you tear them down insistently till they become broken and miserable just like you. I’m not necessarily saying that I mean this artist but one would be naive to think this is one and only time you’ve been rude in someone’s comments so it’s obvious you are a damn internet bully, cyber bully, social media bully, comments bully or whatever name it should be called. Congratulations on achieving your goals and making a ton of people know you’re just a petty blockhead pest. Shewww fly don’t bother me! Mosquito 🦟

  2. This is a good way to teach children the basics of drawing. Good job. I’m going to try is with children. Never mind the negative people. They don’t have to look at this.

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